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Find sales leads quicker and more efficiently on Twitter

Developer description is like Google Alerts but for Twitter.

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Editor's review

Published 17 Apr 2019

You know, I really love the way that advertisers and marketers have adapted to various social media platforms over the years. Gone are the days when advertisers blanketed social media with ads and hoped that someone would pick up on them. Viewers have turned away from regular advertising these days and many mentally ignore them. There's a whole generation out there now who mute the sound of tv adverts or, if they're lucky and watch them on delay, they fast forward to the end of the ad break. Consequently, marketers and advertisers have had to be smarter to get their message across.

These days, advertisers turn their attention to an audience that is more sympathetic to their cause. Rather than simply chucking everything out there and hoping that it will stick in the mind of their potential audience. they look for people that have an interest in their product already and can take it further. And with Twitter being one of the premier avenues for online advertising, it seems to be a great place to do it. MyTweetAlerts is like Google Alerts but for Twitter. It delivers email alerts based on Twitter keywords, mentions and a whole lot of other stuff. What that means is that you get filtered tweets that apply specifically to the service that you provide

MyTweetAlerts provides a very comprehensive and flexible way of discovering tweets from people that could be important to you. Here's what it offers. Basically, MyTweetAlerts can send you alerts and emails when someone tweets about a specific topic that is relevant to your business and the tweet has a significant amount of likes or retweets. You'll also get emails if someone tweets about specific keywords that are relevant to you and if they have a big Twitter following. This means that there is the potential to hit influencers and, with a bit of luck, your product will go viral. The bottom line here is that it will help your small business, agency, or personal brand find relevant tweets to enhance your product or service.

You can use the app's custom management tool to create your own customized Twitter email alerts based on your own specific criteria. It's very easy to do and also provides options on where, when and how often you receive these alerts. You'll also get to hear and see when your customers are talking about your business, product or service when they use Twiiter. The uses for MyTweetAlerts are virtually endless. The app itself is very clean and precise and new alerts are simple and fast to create.. It's also very easy to understand, navigate and manage with everything located under one roof, so to speak.

Why use this app? Well, think of the amount of time you currently spend ploughing through endless tweets looking for potential new sales leads from people talking about your product or service. MyTweetAlerts' smart and sophisticated platform will decimate that time and make your Twitter search much more productive. Not only will you find the leads you are looking for much quicker but it will also leave you more time to do other productive stuff. You just have to create the filters and keywords, locations and tweets that mention your website and you'll soon be receiving alerts and emails that detail where your new leads may be coming from. 

So, what does MyTweetAlerts cost? Well, right now there's a special introductory price for small business and individuals of just US$8.96 per month. That will give you 10 saved searches and unlimited emails. There's also a special on the enterprise plan for bigger business that comes in at US$89.96 per month. This provides 100 saved searches, unlimited email alerts, saved tweet history (including custom filtering,) multiple users and multiple email addresses for each search. If you're sick and tired of having to hunt through the clutter on Twitter to find potential sales leads and want to make better use of your time, MyTweetAlerts could well be the way to go.  You can find them here:

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