For anyone trying to track keywords on Twitter, there are a lot of different tools such as Summize (now Twitter Search) to Social Median.
But about if you’re interested in monitoring multiple search terms? Rather than do a variety of individuals searches, a good alternative is TweetGrid, which lets you create a search “dashboard” that displays multiple search terms.
You can configure the dashboard in different ways depending on how many keywords are being monitored. For people really into tracking keywords, TweetGrid can display as many as nine keywords. TweetGrid also gives you the option to use different languages, display as many as 100 Tweets per search term, and shorten URLs.
As well, a nice feature within TweetGrid is the ability to post replies and reTweets rather than go to your Twitter account or client.
All in all, a valuable and useful tool.