This week’s FullContact 2-Minute Drill focuses on how to export Twitter followers.
So you have a ton of contacts you interact with via Twitter. But how do you actually make sense of them outside of Twitter? There’s no native way to export Twitter followers from within Twitter…so we found a simple, quick solution to download Twitter followers to a CSV.
Since the CSV includes public items like first name, last name, location, and more, once you’ve downloaded your Twitter followers you can do a whole lot with them.
If you normalize their addresses, you can do location analysis on your followers to see where most of them are concentrated. You can also add them to your address book and upload them into our Cloud Address Book, where you can use the Merge & Cleanse features to merge Twitter handles into your contacts (and create new contacts from those Twitter followers who don’t yet exist in your address book).
But it all starts with exporting your Twitter followers. Here’s how to do it:
There you have it. If you want to export your contacts from Twitter, that’s the easiest way we’ve found to make it happen.
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