August 13, 2009 – While tweets never actually disappear, they do become unsearchable after a certain length of time and that amount of time in shortening due to Twitter’s growing popularity. That means that a Twitter post you wrote only a few weeks ago is probably already unfindable through search.twitter.com.
Luckily, the good folks over at ReadWriteWeb have compiled a super handy list of how to archive your tweets and make sure every precious word you send out to Twitter can be easily located for your research, data-collecting, and other organizational purposes.
The best part is that the suggestions work through different platforms so if you want to archive your tweets in your calendar, through WordPress, RSS feeds, Outlook, and so on, you have a lot of options available.
Check out the list and find your own perfect tweet archiving method.
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