Search Twitter and Facebook via API to export raw results
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I'm looking to use the Twitter and Facebook APIs to search for all posts that are within a 3 month period - 1 April to 30 June, posted in New Zealand and about a variety of specific keywords which I will give in an interview.
We just need the raw data in a excel or CSV. We are happy to talk about other out puts. The key thing is to get the data from those platforms.
We've tried getting people to manually search for these posts but it's not as effective as we want. This is why are wanting to try using the APIs to get all the raw data.
We use Skype for most communication. We expect to be able to text chat most of the time, but we can also have a voice call when needed. Being able to have a conversation in English is critical. The interview for this job will be a voice call via Skype. We will not hire anyone we can not have a voice call with.
Our biggest concern is high quality work - fast AND accurate work. We expect quick turn around BUT it also needs to be bug free. The cost is not our biggest concern. We aren't looking for the cheapest job. We ARE looking for the highest quality job.
We do not allow manual time. It will be turned off in the job, and it will not be accepted. We have found that when visibility on the work gets a better outcome for both you and us. We insist on all time being tracked using the work diary timer.
We require that we have direct communication via skype with the actual developer doing the work, or with someone who can get answers within 3 mins of us asking. We've found that dealing with development coordinators causes miscommunication and takes to long to get outcomes. We are happy to include others in all skype chats so you have visibility, but we do insist on working directly with the actual peson doing the work.
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