Tracking your own name, your company name or any other search string on Twitter used to be easy. You could get an IM any time your keyword was entered in a tweet by anyone. But that feature has been offline for some time.
TechLifeWeb has a workaround of an IM Twitter tracking tool, TwitterSpy. I’ve set it up, and it’s working. There’s some delay and some choppiness, but it works.
Now the small biz application is this: track your business name, key words for your industry, etc. You can read a couple of examples on C.C. Chapman’s Flickr account. (really!)
- Check your small business website for outdated pandemic changes, missing info - January 31, 2023
- Rural Tourism Trend: electric vehicle chargers can drive visitors - January 15, 2023
- 2023 trends for rural and small town businesses - December 26, 2022
- Local reviews on Google Maps drive enduring value - December 17, 2022
- Extra agritourism revenue from camping, cabins and RVs with HipCamp - December 12, 2022
- Harvest Hosts attract vanlifers and RV tourists, Boondockers Welcome - December 2, 2022
- Holiday 2022 marketing: Tell your founding story - December 1, 2022
- Holiday 2022 Marketing: Tell your customers’ stories - November 30, 2022
- Holiday 2022 Marketing: Introduce your people - November 29, 2022
- Holiday 2022 Marketing: Share your holiday traditions - November 28, 2022