[Air-L] [External] Purchaing historical tweets

Peter Gloviczki pgloviczki at coker.edu
Sun Mar 22 14:43:30 PDT 2020

Hi, Seongho,

DiscoverText tends to be one of the most recommended on this forum.

Hope this helps, Peter

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On Sun, Mar 22, 2020 at 4:46 PM An, Seong Ho <anseong at upenn.edu> wrote:

> Hi colleagues,
> Hope you are safe and well.
> My research team is looking for the best and fastest option to get
> historical tweets. DiscoverText was recommended but they are not
> responsive. I have also contacted TrackMyHashtag but am not sure if they
> are the best. It would be great if you can share your experience or
> recommend third party data sellers most used by researchers.
> Thank you,
> Seongho
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