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ManageFlitter can do some of that. Inactive people who have not tweeted anything for 30 days People you follow who don't follow you Plus a bunch of other options, although some of them require a Pro account. Once you find the accounts it's easy to remove them in bulk.


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It is doing it just fine - after you post it. You can tell by seeing that the left over character count does not reflect the length of the full URL.


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Edit: Twitter deprecated Twitter API v.1. So this info is also deprecated now. You can access the same api by using the URL https://api.twitter.com/1.1/search/tweets.json. Though this endpoint does not seem to be identical to the previous endpoint outlined before. See Twiter API documentation for details. Original Text: As far as I know Twitter Search ...


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Bibhas is correct that Twitter offers limited access to historical tweets; however, there are other tools that archive the Twitter firehose for historical searching and referencing. I have personally used Radian6 to do this. Radian6 is not cheap, but it has been a reliable tool for searching historical tweets back at least a few years. You may be able to ...


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It actually depends on the amount of tweets with that hashtag. If the amount is really less, it might be possible. Twitter documentation mentions that - Clients may access a theoretical maximum of 3,200 statuses via the page and count parameters for the user_timeline REST API methods. Other timeline methods have a theoretical maximum of 800 statuses. ...


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The Twitter @ Anywhere API has a Tweet box that can be installed on any website. It also includes Twitter hovercards, follow buttons, linkify @mentions, and user login & signup. I used it when it first came out last year but at the time the javascript was bloated and slow and it totally screwed up web font rendering. It might work much better now.


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Your problem can be handled by using "#" for data-url. ex: data-url="#" data-related="anywhere:The Javascript API" data-count="vertical">Tweet</a>


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One alternative approach is to use Zapier to create a link between Twitter and another tool like StatsMix. The Zap can watch for generic search strings (like a hashtag) and update a counter inside StatsMix. You could even build graphs over time. Of course you're not limited to just StatsMix. You could use any analytics tool that Zapier supports. EDIT: ...


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It's not going through your firewall when it talks to the Twitter servers. Brizzly retrieves content from the Twitter API through its own connection and then stores it on their server and presents it to you while you're logged in. (It only does this when you're using it, though, otherwise you'd end up using all of your Twitter API limit.) If your company ...


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As discussed in the comments, you won't get the same information from LinkedIn than Facebook. As LinkedIn is more a professional social network, you are more likely to get information about who works there, what they have done before, where they live and so on. Here is an example with MS: http://www.linkedin.com/company/microsoft/employee-insights?trk=...


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[EDIT Disclosure: This answer is written by the TAGS author and includes links to his personal blog] The Twitter Archiving Spreadsheet Template (TAGS) template mentioned in the question comments is one solution that has been continually developed to address Twitter API changes. This post will direct you to the latest version, alternatively Open this ...


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Ended up using the Twitter API tool. More specifically, their API Console Tool. Had to authorise my Twitter account, but I got the entire timestamp of the tweet, down to the second!


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These particular tweets are just going unindexed by the search service -- not all tweets are indexed. Please note that we may not show every Tweet in search results pages. Reference


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Here is the sample code. http://psantos-blog.zi-yu.com/?p=197 Basically you need use request.Proxy = new WebProxy("http://localhost:8080", false); this code to specify the proxy.


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Friend or Follow is a pretty good option here. The web app allows you to filter all those that you follow (for free), and sort by: Follow/Followers Ratio (which will help determine spambots) Last Tweet (to determine inactive users) And users who do not follow you back


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You can use the api method user/show: https://dev.twitter.com/docs/api/1.1/get/users/show It will return all kind of info about a twitter user like: favourites_count listed_count followers_count statuses_count friends_count


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This isn't possible, the search API is currently not built for searching old tweets. Twitter has made it known to its developers that they are concentrating on real time efforts. Your developer will have to use a combination of search engines, Twitter search API (to the extent of it's limit) and Twitter clients that have attempted this before. For example, ...


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Why you get the error message, @mhoran_psprep explained that. Now if you still want to achieve something like that, the closest thing is to choose a keyword, that is likely to appear in every other tweet and search with that + the source. There is no word like that, so I chose a letter. :P I searched with the letter a and the source as tweetdeck. http://...


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The answer is found on the Twitter search API documentation source can only be combined with a keyword parameter. If you do not include a keyword you will receive an HTTP 403 error with the message: {"error":"You must enter a query."}. supports multi-word sources by using _ instead of spaces. For example, the source "Tweet Button" ...


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This seems to be your best bet for now within Google Search as Google may have added it as a special reserved word in a similar format to say c++ site:twitter.com inurl:status google+ The following seems to search Google and Google+ but if you look at the results in realtime, there are also results that do not make any sense. twitter.com/?q=google%2B#!...


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