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The number of Twitter followers of a given user tracked over time can be used as a proxy for growth. Use this integration to keep tabs on key accounts automatically. After you set it up, Zapier will search for a Twitter user's followers via a webhook and post the count to a PostgreSQL table. That way, you'll have the info you need for any further analysis.

How this Webhooks by Zapier-Twitter-PostgreSQL integration works

  1. A Zapier webhook looks up the follower count of a given Twitter handle
  2. Zapier posts the follower count to a PostgreSQL table

Apps involved

  • Webhooks by Zapier
  • Twitter
  • PostgreSQL
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