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Using Twitter Advanced Search to Find New Customers

Twitter Advanced Search

Twitter is an absolute treasure chest of information about people. If there's one thing Twitter knows well, it's what people are doing and thinking at any given moment. Users often Tweet everything that's happening to them - what they're eating, where they're going, what they plan on doing tomorrow, even what car they intend to buy soon.

Sounds like a longshot, right? No. In reality, Twitter can be harnessed for valuable information about people who are in the market right this very moment in your local area. You just have to know how to find them..

Luckily, Twitter Advanced Search does the trick. We have put together 7 tutorial videos on how to use specific areas of Twitter and posted them on 7 different sites. Watch the video below, then go to the next video in the series over at Automotive Social Network. Or, you can see the complete list of videos and where they're posted on the TK Carsites blog.

Enjoy!

 

Joey Abna
Solid tip JD!
Jim Bell
I am in there every day doing this and have some success. Engage engage engage is the key and doing the right searches will do the trick.
Glen Garvin
Amazing how few dealers are doing this. A friend of mine recently posted from New Jersey on Twitter asking me for a recommendation on a Nissan dealership in New Jersey. Could this have been any easier for a dealer to jump in and win this conquest sale? I was almost embarrassed to know that no dealers contacted him. Travesty.

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