If you use Twitter the way I do, you probably struggle to stay up with the stream of messages that come your way. Summize may offer a solution. It’s a new search engine for Twitter posts, and it appears to be facile and robust.
The service’s “About Us” section describes its mission as “to highlight the topics and attitudes expressed within conversational media.” The site pulls the posts from Twitter’s public timeline and gives a number of search options. For instance, you can:
- Find twitters from a user: from:alexiskold
- Find twitters to a user: to:techcrunch
- Find twitters referencing a user: @mashable
- Find twitters containing a hashtag: #haiku
- Find twitters with an attitude: : )
- Combine any of the operators together: jquery from:jeresig
You can also use a dropdown menu to do all of that. Plus, you can search for posts in 18 languages, and the site makes it easy to post your search results on Twitter.
Via @steverubel, about a week ago.
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2 thoughts on “Summize, a Twitter search engine”
In the optimizing process, the website content is changed, the tags and titles of the web pages are changed so as to make the website listed in search engines when people search for something using those keywords. The website as well should be rich with some good content on topics pertaining to the website.