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How to scrape usernames using keywords in Twitter?

Scraping-twitter

Twitter is such a social networking platform to which more people are increasingly turning to reap its offered benefits. If you want to grow your business and make it successful, nothing can be better than Twitter. You can reach to millions of people if social media marketing done properly. Most of the businesses are leveraging the power of Twitter and interact with their customers and also reach their target market and audience.

But for this you need to have good twitter followers list. Because without having followers whom are you going to show your brand’s face? If you want to have a custom Twitter list then you have to identify Twitter usernames who may be interested in your offered services or products.

Finding Relevant Twitter List:

You can scrape the Twitter users using Scrape by Keyword feature of TwtDominator.

Scrape User

Scraping users can be done by uploading a text file of keywords. The keywords should be somewhere in the Twitter username.

You can select no. of users you want to scrape by a particular keyword.

Select Search by people to scrape the Twitter profiles of users. You can also delete the duplicate profiles by selecting Remove Duplicate.

Click on Start.

Within minutes, the necessary data will be scrapped according to the keyword you have uploaded. Following data will be scrapped.

2. Scrape userd by keywords-  outputUsing this data can be very much helpful for your business if used properly. TwtDominator makes it possible for brands to get all the necessary data and insights required for successful marketing campaign.

 

 

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