Twitter Tool Tuesday – Twapper Keeper

Twapper Keeper archives billions of tweets across tens of thousands of keywords, usernames and hashtags. The idea is that you can create your own archive and Twapper Keeper will store any tweets which meet your criteria for you, allowing you to read, track, export and analyse as much as you like.

The archives are really quick to set up, all you need to do is log into your Twitter account as you do it. Although there is a premium service offering up some extras, you can get set up for free.

If you’re hosting a conference, or want to start a discussion on a particular subject, then this is a great tool for you!

Try it out here:

Twitter Tool Tuesday – Twitter Alarm

Tweet Alarm will alert you via email every time someone tweets using a certain keyword decided by you.

Working in a similar way to Google Alerts, you can choose any number of keywords to be tracked and choose the frequency of alerts from 3 options: daily, weekly or as often as tweets are found – helping you to avoid being bombarded by emails!

You can set up as many different keywords as you like and even  exclude users, so if you don’t want to be alerted about your own company tweets, you don’t have to be. Tweet Alarm is a great tool for keeping track of what’s being said about you, your company, your friends or just subjects you are interested in – and it’s free!

Check it out for yourself here: