Talkwalker Quick Search Tool Gives Small Businesses a Peek at Social Media Trends

Talkwalker Quick Search Can Help Small Business with Social Media Strategy

Small businesses can supercharge their social media marketing strategies by tapping into a new search engine that will give them instant access to billions of social media and online posts. Talkwalker recently announced the launch of Quick Search, the search engine focusing on social media with unlimited global searches available.

Introducing Talkwalker Quick Search

New Content Ideas

With it, small businesses can analyze their target market by looking at information on their brand and competition without a big price tag and complicated marketing analytics tools. Marketers and small business owners alike can get new content ideas, find all important influencers, and get better ideas of their audience by spotting trends and getting new brand insights with this new tool. Unlimited searches go back 13 months.

Leg Up

“Small businesses and start-ups need a leg up on the competition — to be able to analyze what is happening in the market related to their brand and their competitors,” said Todd Grossman, Talkwalker CEO for the Americas.

“Talkwalker’s Quick Search tool allows them to set up some simple searches around a brand, competitors and industry trends and receive powerful insights. The easy-to-read interface and fast reporting mean that small business owners can set up simple searches to analyze what is happening in the market related to their brand and their competitors.”

Blanket Global Coverage

Other features include blanket global coverage of blogs, news sites and forums. There’s also the ability to compare different brands and benchmark  KPIs like engagement with 90 percent accuracy.

Talkwalker is an analytics company that works with over 1,000 brands. Company  headquarters are in Luxembourg with offices in New York City, Frankfurt and San Francisco. Get a free demonstration of Quick Search here.

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Rob Starr Rob Starr is a staff writer for Small Business Trends. Rob is a freelance journalist and content strategist/manager with three decades of experience in both print and online writing. He currently works in New York City as a copywriter and all across North America for a variety of editing and writing enterprises.

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  1. It is really important to keep up with the trends. This will let you know if the message you are sending out is still relevant to today’s times.