Influencer Research: Is this functionality still possible anywhere from RiteTag's dashboard (other than from within /automation/)?

Kristin 5 years ago updated by RiteTag Support Team 5 years ago 4

One of the highest converting techniques I've used with RiteTag is finding tweets by specific users through the 'Research tab' that we used to have. From that tab, I'd manually

  • enter the twitter handle of the person I wanted to see more of and
  • next I'd retweet the tweets I resonated with most strongly.
  • I used our bomb optimization tools to add a li'l pizzazz.
  • Then, using Ritetag, I connected with other Twitter-users and got their attention.

In short, I made connections that I really wanted to make because I was doing things a bit differently than the standard retweet or banal 'thanks for your info-tweet' in my "Retweets." Posts I made using our optimization tools got noticed and often led to a personal DM thanking me for the extra care I gave to sharing in a unique way.

Although I've somewhat found a work around through /automation/, I really feel like this is a hugely constructive feature we offered and I'd love to see it come back into the dashboard. The 'Research tab' was something I visited daily and although my results are correlative at best, I've seen a decline in my engagement since and speculate as to causation.

Everything in social media is based on a trend, it seems... -Though the followers and customers we gain because we do something that shows them the extra time we take to read and add to the conversation they start - whether it be via a blog post or an important topical hashtag - those are the connections we make for life.

Under review


In analytics pages, even free users can engage with influencers and the Tweets in an analytics page, right from the page.

In Automation, I think this solves your problem better:

- Saul

This was not even done.


Sorry it went through for some reason. anyway.