You could track on http, but you'll be rate limited. You can track on mysite and I think you'll get what you want, and a little more, but if you track on mysite.com you probably won't get anything.
-John Kalucki http://twitter.com/jkalucki Services, Twitter Inc. On Sep 8, 4:37 am, Robert Chatley <rob...@metabroadcast.com> wrote: > Hi, > > I want to use the Streaming API to track all the statuses that include > URLs from a particular domain. e.g. > > * "I really likehttp://mysite.com", > * "http://mysite.com/goodstuffis great" > etc. > > Given the current track api this doesn't seem to be possible? If I > specify "http://mysite.com" as a keyword, it doesn't match the above > cases. Is there a way to do that? A specific keyword syntax perhaps? > We happen to be using the Twitter4J java client, but I don't think > this is a client issue. > > Using the search api, specifying "mysite.com" (but not "http:// > mysite.com") finds the statuses we want to match, but we would rather > use the streaming api rather than polling. > > thanks, > Robert