Combine Twitter with this automation, and you can do some powerful research and get deep insight into any topic you want.
Twitter users post more than 350,000 tweets per minute, and it’s not all just celebrity gossip.
Almost half of Twitter’s audience consumes news regularly on the platform, and many polls suggest that the platform has helped them to understand world events. So, Twitter offers much more depth than you may think.
You can easily tap into that data with this automation.
To make the automation work, enter the Google Sheet name, the keywords you want to search for, and the maximum number of tweets you want to be pulled. 💥 BOOOM!
The automation will extract the tweets and save the data to Google Sheets along with information like handle, number of retweets, likes, comments, and tweet URL.
That means you can use Google Sheets to group together, visualize and analyze data based on different metrics.
You can group the data by comments and likes to see what’s getting engagement, filter the tweets by the source to see who is tweeting the most about your keyword, and even use retweets to see what type of tweets are getting the most shares.
If you work in marketing, you can discover what your target audience is talking about and periodically update your Google Sheets file to track trends.
If you are a product owner, you can do social listening by typing keywords related to your company’s offerings. For example, if your company is offering courses for Spanish learners, you can search for “Common problems learning Spanish” and get a ton of fresh content ideas.
The possibilities are endless, and this automation is your gateway. Click the “Try it” button above and give it a shot!
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