Eating One’s Own Dog Food: Why I Like Tweetscan

Tweetscan4I’ve been a fan and user of Twitter for a few months now, and as adoption grows, I’m finding more uses.  There are a plethora of tools out there to search, measure and capture streams of conversations in Twitter.  I had been using a tool to capture twitter replies via email, but was frustrated with that tool’s latency.  After asking for a recommendation, I created an account with Tweetscan.

I didn’t see any summary emails coming through from Tweetscan for a few days, and when Scott Monty mentioned having a problem, I piped in on Twitter with a "Yeah, me too"-like response.  Within minutes I had a reply from @Tweetscan with a recommendation, and a couple of DMs later I was back in business.  I’m sure @Tweetscan is using it’s own product to search for users having issues (and praise too) – the prompt response and reply solved the problem for me…and confirmed another fan of the site.

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  • Adam,
    Glad to have run into you on Twitter. Always good to find like-minded local Red Sox fanatics online. I get a kick out of all my twitter pals saying things like “Go Brewers!”….Total Boston Sports Snob.
    I like http://www.quotably.com for tracking Twitter conversations.
    Enjoy reading your stuff. Take care.
    Mike

  • Adam,
    Glad to have run into you on Twitter. Always good to find like-minded local Red Sox fanatics online. I get a kick out of all my twitter pals saying things like “Go Brewers!”….Total Boston Sports Snob.

    I like http://www.quotably.com for tracking Twitter conversations.

    Enjoy reading your stuff. Take care.

    Mike