So, what are the best websites and places to learn more about UFOs and UAPs?
In the spirit of ‘Give someone a fish feed them a day, versus teach them to fish and they can feed themselves forever,' I am going to share with you some of my favorite sites and brands for UFO information.Plus, I will actually show you what tools, platforms and tricks we use here at Threadwerid.com, on a day-to-day basis.
Here are some resources we are particularly fond of:
Think in terms of creating systems and successful habits versus sources, sites, and people. Let me explain…
The rate of information created, stored, shared online is increasing exponentially, and without using tools to keep track of changes in any topic, you will have an impossible time keeping track of everything. So before I teach you how to set up your own research here are a few pointers to keep in mind.
Improve your search criteria to improve your alert results. Don't just search for keywords. Instead, refine your Alert results by:
A list is a curated group of Twitter accounts. You can create your own lists or subscribe to lists created by others, organized by themes like "UFO Researchers." Viewing a list timeline will show you a stream of Tweets from only the accounts on that list. The simplified version is that Twitter lists organize your Twitter followers.
How to create a List in Twitter:
Google notifies you when the search engine indexes a page that matches terms you choose. I use this daily for terms like "UFO disclosure," "alien disclosure," "UFO sightings," etc.
Most people receive Google Alerts in email. With one or two alerts that track rarely used keywords, you might receive an occasional alert. But try to track several popular topics and alerts can fill your email quickly. That's when Inbox by Gmail comes in handy.
Instead of showing each email individually, Inbox by Gmail gathers your alerts into a bundle. Alerts can flood your inbox, but they'll all be put in the bundle until you choose to review and/or archive them. Alerts won't overwhelm other emails.
You can get emails when new results for a topic show up in Google Search. For example, you can get info about news, products, or mentions of your name.
Create an alert
Click Create Alert. You’ll get emails whenever we find matching search results.
So, now you’ve got some insight as to how we keep up to date on the latest news in regard to conspiracies, aliens, UFO’s, and all things weird.
Give some of these methods a shot, and let us know how it goes!
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