Gnip now has every tweet ever tweeted. ~@jolieodell
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This morning, Gnip launched its Historical PowerTrack for Twitter, which will give developers the ability to search, find, analyze, and compare all the tweets ever written, even ones written before the developer in question started scraping Twitter... The data will make it possible for anyone (anyone working with Gnip, that is) to parse a huge historical archive of tweets and look for patterns.
Things you're allowed to use Twitter Historical PowerTrack for:
Social media marketing
Marketing and advertising
- Business intelligence
Things you're not allowed to use Twitter Historical PowerTrack for:
- Publically archiving your old tweets so they're not trapped inside Twitter.
Remind me again why I cannot migrate my tweets to another website?