Tweet Topic Explorer: A word cloud per user @JeffClark #WebToolsWiki

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Tweet Topic Explorer lets you see what you and other people tweet about. This will help you decide who to follow.

To use this service created by Jeff Clark, simply enter a username and you will then be shown a clustered cloud of bubbles composed of big and small sizes. The large bubbles indicate topics that are tweeted more often while topics that are closely correlated are shown in the same color. The topics provided are based on the latest tweets from the person or organization you’re following or you want to follow.

On the right column of the page, you will find the latest tweets of the person or organization you’re searching for.

Discover the most-used words of any user you choose (even you) using Tweet Topic Explorer. The service if free to use.

Tweet topic explorer

Do you have any tips for using Tweet Topic Explorer? Please add them to this list. Please vote up or down any tips that are already here. Thank you!

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Tips for using @Tweet Topic Explorer #webtoolswiki

Tips for using @Tweet Topic Explorer #webtoolswiki

Do you know any Tweet Topic Explorer alternatives? Please add the names of each tool to this list and help others to find them and try them out. Please vote up or down any alternative so we find the most popular ones. Thank you!

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Your suggestions for alternatives to @JeffClark #webtoolswiki

Your suggestions for alternatives to @JeffClark #webtoolswiki

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