You might be a Twitter Spammer if…
(Tip: To report spam, follow @spam on Twitter and then direct message the @username – e..g., “d spam @spammer”)
- You @-reply people you don’t follow with links.
- You still have the default avatar (Hint to anyone who hasn’t yet)
- You have been suspended on a regular basis: “Sorry, the account you were headed to has been suspended due to strange activity. Mosey along now, nothing to see here.”
- You have one update, yet you add 100 people to your follow list every day.
- You repeat your same tweet w/ blog post several times a day, and freely admit that it wasn’t a technical glitch on the part of your Twitter client.
- Your followers count is in the single digits, but you’re following 100-1000 people.
- Your URL goes to a horribly ugly site with black and red bold sans-serif text, sporadic yellow highlights, occasional ALL CAPS and exclamation POINTS on a white background!!!
- You URL has a video of you pulling $2,000 cash.
- You are following nor followed by anyone, and regularly send @reply messages advertising your product.
- You follow people at random and drop them as soon as they’re following you.
- You have a “system” for making lots of money.
- Automatic direct messages with links to new followers.
- Your “name” associated with your Twitter ID consists of a 6-letter combo of the letters a-s-d-f.
- All @replies.
- No status updates.
- No profile, url, default background…