How to Prevent Your Twitter Account from Being Suspended!

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If you are using twitter for your internet business, this topic is particularly important for you! Twitter is a very good tool for your business, but once your account(s) is being suspended, your business will be seriously affected!

Many Twitter gurus don’t warn you with these rules, so you must be aware of this yourself. I was once following methods recommended by certain gurus, but their account had been suspended. I was lucky that I’m able to survive until today.

Below are summaries from my research. For detail, please read here:
http://twitter.zendesk.com/forums/26257/entries/18311

If you are doing these with your twitter account, please stop them right now!

1. Create Serial Accounts: Beware! Some marketers teach you to do this so that you can get double or triple sales from Twitter, but be careful of all accounts suspension!

2. Name Squatting: Accounts those are inactive for more than 6 months may be removed without further notice. Those accounts are being created for the purpose of :
•preventing others from using those account names
•selling those accounts
•using feeds of third-party content to update and maintain accounts under the names of those third parties

3. Spam: Don’t use Twitter service to spam anyone. You will be considered as spammers if:

•you have mass followed/ unfollowed other users in a short amount of time, particularly by automated means;

•you repeatedly follow and unfollow people, whether to build followers or to gain more attention for your profile;

•your following is much more than your followers;

•your updates consist mainly of links, and not personal updates;

•you have been blocked by many users

•the number of spam complaints that have been filed against you;

•you post duplicate content over multiple accounts or multiple duplicate updates on one account

•you post multiple unrelated updates to a topic using #

•you post multiple unrelated updates to a trending or popular topic

•you send large numbers of duplicate @replies

•you send large numbers of unsolicited @replies in an attempt to spam a service or link

•you repost other user’s content without attribution.

•you have attempted to "sell" followers, particularly through tactics considered aggressive following or follower churn.

4. Pornography: You may not use obscene or pornographic images in either your profile picture or user background.

More readings here:
1. http://twitter.zendesk.com/forums/26257/entries/18311
2. http://www.thewwwblog.com/tips-prevent-twitter-marking-you-spammer.html

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