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Is there a way to take: A) An influencers twitter followers B) Twitter users in a search query results And sort them through: 1) a search term (from their bio) or multiple variations of a search term 2) their follower ratio (for instance 2:1 following to followers) 3) Recently active (tweeted in the last x hours) And then either puts it into a easy to use user interface to follow/interact with the accounts easily OR exports them to a spreadsheet with a link to the profile. There's hundreds of tools and I've had trouble finding one that does this specifically. Is this possible with scrapebox? I'm an extremely novice user of scrapebox.

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    Kyle Byers

    8 months ago #

    Followerwonk does most of those things. Not sure about recently active though.

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    Ben O'Hanlon

    8 months ago #

    ManageFlitter does this.

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    Martijn Scheijbeler

    8 months ago #

    I would look into tools like FollowerWonk and TwitterCounter as they have most of the data around Twitter accounts.

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    Tad Chef

    8 months ago #

    Ouch. I can't read the last comment on my Laptop using Firefox. Please enable scrolling to the actual end of the content.

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    Arsalan Sajid

    about 1 month ago #

    I have BuzzSumo for this.

    Here’s an overview of the process that I take:

    Find good quality content relevant to my niche that has been shared heavily.
    Find the creators of the content and the sites that they’ve posted on.
    Gather extra stats on the authors to find out how authoritative they are (e.g., social influence, contributor list, etc.)
    Filter through the list to identify major targets.
    Reach out to the list of authors and build relationships with them.
    Work with them to create quality content assets.
    Utilise their distribution routes and contacts to build links and social signals to the assets.

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