Back in 2009, I presented and article 4 Steps to Get Rid of Twitter Spam, which had a great response. Here is a follow-up piece that goes into more details about how to nix all possible sources of Twitter spam.
Twitter has proven itself a massively successful social media tool both for recreational and professional networking use. Equally as popular these days with businesses as celebs, the site has exploded into unprecedented popularity over the last 18 months. But it’s… Continue Reading
Twitter spammers are at it, again. If it wasn’t enough with the Twitter direct messages (DMs) with offers about “making money with Google” or “make $500 a day online”, now there are more kinds of Twitter spam that you can… Continue Reading
Some application developers request access to your Twitter account in order for their applications (e.g. Pandora, Mashable, TweetMeme) to work. Here is an example of the application TweetMeme asking you to grant it access to your Twitter account:
On the past 2 weeks, I have received a lot of Twitter direct messages (DMs) with offers about “making money with Google” or “make $500 a day online”. It appears that I am not the only one. These Twitter direct… Continue Reading