Thanks for the question, use these content and connecting tips to help make your Twitter social media experience more engaging.
When searching for new content - use a Twitter search query with the following format:
phrase min_retweets:n min_faves:n -filter:nativeretweets
For example, to find new original and in this case, popular content about dogs use:
dog min_retweets:500 min_faves:10000 -filter:nativeretweets
What's happening here is:
phrase- words at the beginning of the search query are the phrase to search for, this can be a mix of words and hashtags.
min_retweets:n- is the minimum retweets that the post should have, replace
nwith the minimum number of retweets.
min_faves:n- is the minimum likes that the post should have, replace
nwith the minimum number of likes.
-filter:nativeretweets- shows tweets from people that have not retweeted this tweet, remove
-to see retweets.
Some experimentation will be required for what works best. If you have interests in a more specific niche then it can be a good idea to lower the minimum numbers.
Consider also checking out https://twitter.com/search-advanced for helpful user interface for other options.
Explore results - use Twitter search results tabs to explore options for content to reshare and people to engage with, in summary:
Top- will show you the content that best matched your search query.
Latest- will show you content that is a live feed of recent results.
People- will show you a list of people that best match query.
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