Hi Edward and Nassr,

Thanks for the replies :) I have seen plenty of services out there
where you enter your twitter profile and they display how many
followers are in each country, and I can't imagine how that would be a
big deal, since they gather that data from everything Twitter publicly
releases through their API.

However, parsing that location from the user.location field seems like
the hardest and most error-prone way to get that info. Is there really
no better way?

On Apr 27, 2:18 pm, Nassr zied <zied.na...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I have the same problem i found some documentation 
> here:http://dev.twitter.com/doc/get/geo/search
> but i still looking for a solution for my WP7 Twiiter Client.. so if u did
> somthing let us hear from u ;)

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