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How To Get Rid of Pesky Coon Cats

Our Filter Results option can be really helpful. Specially when coon cats are getting in the way of adopting. Just ask @TracyandMicah.

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Tips For Following Blogchat

This video walks you through important tips for getting the most from following Twitter chat conversations — specially with #blogchat.

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How to Search Twitter Even When Twitter Search is Offline

Our Twitter search tool helps you find and retrieve search results for older tweets – even when the Twitter website or API is down. Watch this live demonstration to learn how to search archived tweets stored in our system.

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Twitter Retweet Best Practices

How using acceptable best practices to Retweet Twitter messages can help information spread and be found in Twitter search results.

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How To Use Priority Flagged Tweets

How to save, annotate (add notes) and prioritize important Twitter messages when monitoring your brand on Twitter.

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How To Remove Twitter Spam

With the creation of “Dropped Users” you can effortlessly remove Twitter users (and spammers) from your search results. And bring them back in with a single click. Watch the video for more details.

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How to Use Twitter Bookmarking

We are proud to announce the first bookmarking tool for Twitter! Watch the how-to video to learn more about how you can now save, tag and search search within tweets.

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How To Filter Twitter Search Results

We don’t believe you should have to start a new search just because your original search wasn’t quite right. Simply define what you want included or dropped from the results then sit back and let our filtered search pull a rabbit out of the hat. It really is magical.

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How To Search Within Twitter Followers

Video demonstration on how our in-network search features allow you to search within people you’re following, your own Twitter updates and even within your Twitter lists.

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