How can I add twitter keywords to companies?
You can fill in three different types of keywords or phrases in the Twitter keyword box of the investment component. The sequence in which you enter these keywords or phrases matter. And you also should take into account that each keyword or phrase needs to be entered on a new line.
The first type of keywords you can enter, is the single keyword. So words like 'keyword', 'phrase', 'skuzet' and 'investment' can be used for one company, but each on a separate line. Tweets with one of these words in it will be shown on your website. If you want to follow a specific topic, you can, for example, enter the keyword '#keyword'. If you want to show message to someone or something, you can enter the keyword like '@skuzet'. It is not needed to use quotes with your single keyword, and you can enter as much keywords as you like.
The second type of keyword is a phrase between quotes. The phrase between quotes can be used if you want only tweets to be shown in which the specific phrase is mentioned. The phrase between quotes should contain multiple words (otherwise you can just use the keyword). You can use multiple phrases between quotes for each company. Examples of phrases are: 'keyword skuzet', 'investment #phrase' or 'investment @skuzet'. Each phrase should be entered on a new line.
The final keyword is the multiple keyword. To show tweets that contain multiple keywords but you do not mind in what order, you can use the multiple keyword. To use this multiple keyword, just enter two or more keywords on one line. All tweets that contain these keywords, will be shown. The multiple keyword option can be used only once for each company. Examples are 'keyword skuzet', 'investment #phrase' or 'investment @skuzet', but without the quotes.
As mentioned, you can use all three keywords or phrase types for one company. Each keyword or phrase will result in multiple tweets, if the keyword or phrase is used in a tweet.