The short answer is no. Twitter has fairly rich APIs that enable marketers to download vast troves of data. Most of this data is not in a format that is easily usable for Lytics since identifying events would not map to our user profiles. Where some marketers make use of Twitter is to download .csv files of key customer segments for ad targeting on Twitter. This tactic may make sense for some users - especially our B2B customers.
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- How to Hide and Unhide Data Stream Keys
- Where does the web location data in my account come from?
- How can I change the stream name that comes from web?
- How do I pass cookie data to Lytics?
- How do I turn off my segment-lytics integration?
- I loaded a field a couple of days ago and I am no longer seeing it in data streams
- Can I collect user data from Twitter?
- Can I collect user data from Facebook?
- What is the "default" Stream?
- How do I know if my data is being collected?