If you’re interested in sourcing via Twitter, you’re probably familiar with the ever-popular tool called Followerwonk.

Tweeple Search is comparable to Followerwonk, yes. Tweeple is also better.

When you search, the tool locates matching text in people’s Twitter bios and ranks the results by the number of followers. 

That’s where the similarities end.

Unlike Followerwonk, Tweeple Search offers more than just a bio search. Once you switch to the “Influencer search” mode, things get interesting. You can search for queries and keywords in article content people have shared over the web. Then the tool ranks results by the number of shares those articles received.

What all that means for you, as a recruiter, is that you can make sure the user has truly influenced a topic, as opposed to merely having specified it in their bio text. In other words, you can find the contact info of real influencers rather than just people with big unengaged followings and a Twitter feed where you can hear crickets chirping all day long. 

So if we could only pick one out of Followerwonk and Tweeple Twitter Search, we would definitely go with Tweeple. It has everything its counterpart has to offer — plus a whole lot more. 

You can get started with Tweeple for free right here


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Noel Cocca

CEO/Founder RecruitingDaily and avid skier, coach and avid father of two trying to keep up with my altruistic wife. Producing at the sweet spot talent acquisition to create great content for the living breathing human beings in recruiting and hiring. I try to ease the biggest to smallest problems from start-ups to enterprise. Founder of RecruitingDaily and our merry band of rabble-rousers.

Dean Dacosta

Dean Da Costa is a highly experienced and decorated staffing professional, recruiter, sourcer and manager, who also boasts outstanding experience and skills in Human Resources, Project Management, Training, and Process Improvement. He is best known for his work in the highly difficult security and mobile arena's, and the gold star winning numbers he produced. His keen insight and creation of ground breaking tools and processes, to enhance and change staffing as we know it, have proven he is a true "Staffing Thought Leader". Despite all this he remains first and foremost one of the top sourcers, staffing managers and full cycle recruiters in the industry and a true "Search Authority"


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