Historical Twitter Prize Drawing

We need beta testers to close out our first year of new product development. Our tool Sifter is used for searching the complete “undeleted” history of Twitter. It allows the user to get a free estimate of the size and cost of a data license. Sifter supports keyword and metadata filters as well as complex Boolean formulations, all powered by the Gnip PowerTrack.

We are offering a prize drawing for anyone (not limited to academics) who gets onto Sifter between today December 2, 2014 and the Winter Solstice on December 21, 2014 and completes the following three steps:

  1. Create a valid Sifter estimate for no more than 3 Twitter days resulting in no more than 100,000 results. Depending on the keyword or hashtags, this may take some trial and error and possibly use of the sampling filter. We’d very much like you to iterate through various free estimate attempts. Once you are logged in, it takes between 30 seconds and 2 minutes to create a valid estimate, depending on the complexity of your rules.
  2. Tweet about the experience including @texifter in the body of the Tweet.
  3. Send us a brief email about how Sifter could be improved (info@texifter.com) and please include a link to your Tweet.

The prize drawing will take place December 22nd. The drawing is limited to one entry per Twitter account. An individual or organization with multiple Twitter accounts can enter multiple times, however, an individual or organization can win only one prize.

We will award five equal prizes in December. The winners will be able to get new estimates for up to 3 Twitter days and no more than 200,000 tweets. Texifter will pay the license fees and the winners will have access to the data in gratis DiscoverText Enterprise accounts for 90 days.

For more information, please send us an email info@texifter.com. To get started, register for Sifter or login to your existing account.

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