Steve Buttry, director of community engagement and social media for Digital First Media in the US has posted on his ‘The Buttry Diary’ blog the first of what he plans to be a series of posts looking at specific techniques for using Twitter, aimed at journalists, roughly each week.
His first post was published this week and addresses search. Here is a line from his first post:
Twitter’s basic search just added some new features, and I encourage journalists to check out its new features, including the ability to search the tweets of the people you follow. But advanced search has more useful features, especially for local news reporters.
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