Three New Ways to Tame your Twitter Feed with Anders Pink [VIDEO]

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Twitter is an incredible resource for content curators. However, if you follow a large number of people, your Twitter Feed can get chaotic, with multiple influencers tweeting on multiple topics every minute. The good stuff is in there, but it’s buried among the GIFs, RTs and everything else. Great for finding some random inspiration. Not great if you’re looking for the most relevant, recent content on a focused topic. You can create a Twitter List, but even then you see everything that your list members share which often can be off-topic.

Anders Pink helps you tame your Twitter Feed and see more relevant content. Here’s a quick video to show you how:

 

Step by Step:

1. Instantly See relevant Content on the Topics you track on Twitter 

Log in to Anders Pink using your personal or brand Twitter account. We analyze your Twitter feed to see which topics you share the most content about, and immediately show you a summary of recent content from quality sites on those topics:

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Click “see more” for any topic to get more content and filter by time period using the time filter at the top right:

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You can edit your topics at any time by clicking “edit/remove this topic” beside any topic:

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2. Get a More Filtered View of Your Twitter Feed

We also bring in articles shared by the people you follow on Twitter (just links to articles – not the lunch photos, weather updates and all the rest of it…).

You can see the most recent and most shared articles from your Twitter feed on your home page in “Top from your Network”:

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Click “see more”, and you can filter these by time and topic. Say you want to see only the articles most shared by people in your Twitter network on Content Marketing in the last 24 hours. Not easy in your Twitter feed, but in Anders Pink just filter your feed by the term “Content Marketing” to  zero in on what’s getting traction:

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Click to see who’s shared an article, and share it yourself to social to add your insights and engage your audience.

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3. Create a Custom Briefing with Specific Twitter Influencers and Topics

You can go further to get a custom briefing from specific Twitter Influencers filtered by topic. Say you want to keep track of what the top Twitter influencers on Content Marketing are sharing, all in one place. You can do this in Anders Pink by creating a custom briefing and adding them as sources.

Step 1: Create a briefing

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Step 2: Choose “Pick some sources”

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Step 3: Add your sources

You can manually add any Twitter user’s handle and see a preview of what they’ve recently shared. Here are the articles recently shared by Rand Fishkin of Moz (@randfish)

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If you like what you see, just click “add source” to add them as a source.

Not sure who to add? You can also get suggested sources. Just type your topic into the suggested sources field, and we’ll bring you back the best sites, Twitter influencers and RSS feeds on your topic:

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Preview and Add as many as you want.

Step 4: Filter by Keywords

Once you’ve added the sources you want, filter them by whatever terms you’re interested in tracking:

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Then just save the briefing and boom – it’s live, and will update with relevant content from just the Twitter Influencers you’ve selected, on only the topics you want to track, every few hours.

Twitter’s a treasure trove of content. But if you’d rather not waste time digging for gold, let us do it for you. You can save time searching, and instead focus on reading and curating quality articles, sharing the best ones and adding value for your team and your network.

Sign up for a free trial and start taming your Twitter Feed.



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