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Just Say No to Auto DM on Twitter

Many desktop tools that help you manage your online presence give you tools to send auto-responders on Twitter, more well known as DM (direct message). The original intent of the DM was to exchange personal information you didn't want the whole world to see. But now, they have become inundated with marketing messages that are cold, impersonal, and sterile. In my opinion there are 3 types of DM offenders: The Connector. These types send you their Facebook page or ¬†LinkedIn link to connect. If … [Read more...]