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  1. Hi, Nate — I’m new to using Twitter and monitoring conversations on it, so this post is really helpful. I love the TweetVolume tool; however, is there a way to determine the attitudes or get more information about what is being said? Your presentation at Digital Marketing World was great. thanks!

  2. Thanks, Phyllis and Pat!

    Pat – You’ve got a couple of options. First, start watching the stream yourself. Set up Tweetdeck with some searches on your brand and other relevant keywords. Then watch the tweets roll in, and you should get a subjective feel for the sentiments that are out there.

    If you want something else to help monitor sentiment, check out http://twendz.com. It’s pretty helpful in determining what the actual sentiment numbers break down to.

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