Sunday, July 29, 2012

Twitter Suspension

In this day and age, you must be persistent to get results. We started another Twitter account to inform movie fans of the movie endings. In a few hours, we begin following 930 people.

Today we logged into our Twitter account. Twitter suspended our movie account for being too aggressive. Does it makes sense to suspend an account for following relevant movie sites?

We agreed to not be aggressive in following because we must act like a passive society that accepts less in life. Why be persistent? If you choose to be passive, even with an impressive resume, education and skills, you will get stepped on.

Our first Twitter account suspension proves we should never allow SOPA. Any person can abuse the act to harm their competitors. Jealousy is toxic on the web. People dislike when another website performs better than theirs. They don't stop to think that generating traffic requires hard work and dedication.

Two nights after opening another Twitter account specific to our best movie website, we get suspended for what they claim is aggressive behavior. How do you follow Twitter accounts? The account owners choose to report you as spam. What indication is there that a website about movie endings is spamming?

We agreed to the terms and conditions again. Our account is running again, hopefully now in a passive direction so we can fail. Thanks. 

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