Downloading Twitter Followers Made Easy

Export anyone’s Twitter followers to Excel or CSV to optimizeTwitter ads with tailored audiences, identify competitor insights and much more with TwitterExtractor

New York, United States - August 21, 2018 /MarketersMedia/ —

TwitterExtractor has launched after months of development! This robust service is designed to assist marketers, analysts, small business owners, decision makers and advanced Twitter users to optimize their ad budgets by serving Twitter ads to specific, precisely defined audiences. The tool allows you to download followers for any Twitter account and use this follower database for advertising, follower analysis or as your account backup.

“We can clearly see the demand for TwitterExtractor services and we are rolling out our system in just the right time” – says Mark, TwitterExtractor CEO. “Our service is giving results that are 100% accurate compared to our competitors. On top of that, we managed to beat our competition by offering our services as lowest prices in the market, and we are looking forward to changing the way Twitter ads work”. is all about providing users with an effective Twitter follower exporting tool. Its simple interface requires minimal initial input: type in the Twitter handle you want to extract followers for, then specify your email address and that’s it! You will be provided with a free price quote. The price is based on the total number of followers for the given specific account. There is no need to sign in with your Twitter account like other sites; there also no limit as to the maximum number of followers you can download, which gives users extra flexibility when they need it. Accounts with larger follower base will typically take more time to generate, however it doesn’t take too long. Once the list is done, TwitterExtractor will email you with a link to download your Excel spreadsheet or a CSV file.

The Twitter follower spreadsheet you receive contains around twenty different pieces of information about the followers, ranging from their description to location and time zone to language preferences and much more.
This information is particularly useful for competitor insights and follower analytics; you can find out your competitors’ most popular and valuable followers and reach out to them. Twitter influencers have a huge following and can act as brand ambassadors for any brand.

Reduce your Twitter ad costs with specific targeting; don’t waste your money by showing your ads to people who have no interest in your product or niche. The data provided also helps with identifying Twitter bots (fake accounts); avoid wasting time and ads spend on advertising to these bots.

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