Charting Twitter’s Hidden Networks
The tagline for Twiangulate is “Charting Twitter’s hidden networks”. Twiangulate is suggests Twitter accounts based on keyword search terms you specify. You can find people who follow 2 separate accounts for example. You can also search by location. It also lets you search who followed someone, and the “followers of” tab lets you steal your competition’s following. Of course you’ll need to do so one by one. This is a great tool to use on a desktop Chrome browser because you can slide accounts to the top of your browser – this way your search results stay in place, avoiding the need to hit the back button. You sign-in with Twitter via oAuth. The interface is simple yet attractive.
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