Twitter is great for browsing when you have time spare but for business users, picking out the tweets that really matter can be time consuming and expensive. What if you wanted to track a certain keyword, hashtag or simply know who’s talking about your brand on Twitter right now?
Twilert was born from a need to create a simple and effective tool which agencies and brands could use to distinguish the important tweets from the noise.
Who we are
What makes Twilert different from other monitoring tools is that it’s incredibly easy to use, so you can receive keyword alerts within minutes.
With four different plans available, it’s easy to find a Twilert solution which suits your business objectives, whether that’s monitoring specific keywords, tracking competitors or generating new leads.
What we believe in
We believe that using Twitter should always provide a return for your business and we make it our mission to educate users on the best way to use Twilert and Twitter Search to effectively achieve this.
Our support pages and blogs are full of hints and tips, all of which will help you to effectively manage your online reputation.
Twilert Twitter Monitoring Origins
The Present Status of Twitter Alerts
Currently, we are focused on ensuring the alert and monitoring infrastructure is near perfect. Perfect means that we never miss a tweet based on customer’s criteria, and the system experiences 99.999% uptime.
We believe we currently have the most robust and accurate self-serviceTwitter alerting system on the market.
Due to demand of users, we have also implemented a free Old Tweets tool to help users search, filter, and review old tweets in their account.
The Future of Social Listening with Twilert
Our plans for Twilert in the next year include but are not limited to:
- Alert analytics to give insights into how your alerts trend
- Heatmapping – see where alerts are heating up
- Scheduling – schedule alerts for your own time ranges – track events when they happen
- Integrations – beyond email, set your alerts to go to Slack, a text message, or 1,500+ other applications
In addition to the Twitter-specific features, we are exploring how to allow our advanced social media monitoring system to branch into other social media networks. This will allow anyone to create a custom listening crawler for any website!