twXplorer, a search tool developed at Northwestern University Knight Lab in Illinois, helps shows related hashtags and links based on your search query in Twitter.
For any search terms you enter into twXplorer, you get four different ways to see your search results:
Up to 500 recent tweets containing the terms you entered.
In tweets that include your search terms, a bar graph showing the most popular other words that appear.
The most popular hashtags included in tweets containing your search terms
The most popular links in tweets containing your search terms.
twXplorer also removes common words from the searches like “the” giving better results as well as common stem words (words without the -ing -ly -ed and such). For more on how it works see the About page.
Searches can be saved as snapshots for viewing later. You can also work with Lists you have created or that are publicly available.
A great search tool for Twitter Thanks to Knight Lab for putting twXplorer together.