I have been trying a certain algorithm but havent succeeded and
getting a http 403 response.
The algorithm is something like set a date say 2nd June to 4th June
with a string search query.

Call the search method and consume the first 1500 results , as the
tweets have status ids and you can limit the searches with the maxid
and sinceid parameter, get the sinceid from result and set it as the
maxid for the preceding 1500 tweets in time and so on.
Is this approach gonna work.

On Jun 7, 4:24 pm, Pascal Jürgens
<lists.pascal.juerg...@googlemail.com> wrote:
> As stated in the API WIKI, the number of search results you can get at any 
> given point in time for one search term is indeed ~1500.
> (http://apiwiki.twitter.com/Twitter-Search-API-Method:-search)
> There are several ways to go beyond that.
> a) Do perpetual searches (say, one every day), and merge the results
> b) Get streaming access and track keywords in real time
> c) Vary search terms and combine the results
> Good luck.
> On Jun 7, 2010, at 22:53 , sahmed10 wrote:
> > I am developing an application where i am trying to get more than 1500
> > results for a search query. Is it possible?
> > For example when i specify return all result from 2nd June to 6th June
> > with the search string of "iphone" i only get 1500 latest tweets, but
> > on the other hand i am interested in all the tweets which have metion
> > of iphone from 2nd June to 6th June.Is there a work around this?

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