Because so much Twitter data is public, you can easily use that data to learn so much about your competitor’s followers and strategies. In this post, we will look at seven ways you can use this data to look behind the scenes of what your competitors are doing.

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Written by alastair
4352 days ago

Some really useful stuff in there that I would never have thought of. Thanks for sharing.



Written by ShawnHessinger
4354 days ago

Thanks for sharing, Wayne, and nice to see you again here on BizSugar. I've come to the conclusion that competition should strengthen almost any business and if not it may be the sign of a much greater and deeper problem with your venture. So I guess I'd characterize the transparency which social media has made the order of the day as a very positive development.



Written by WayneLiew
4352 days ago

No problem, Shawn. Yeah, it's good to see competition that way. Learn from what your competitors are doing and trying to outsmart each other will only make us better business owners.



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