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Book details
  • Genre:COMPUTERS
  • SubGenre:Web / Social Networking
  • Language:English
  • Pages:100
  • eBook ISBN:9781732358218

Twitter: Surviving Change

Rules, Retweets, Responsibilities

by Kurt Seapoint View author's profile page

Overview
Twitter was once a fantastic seller's market for writers and publishers. But that all changed at the end of 2017. If you've been affected by the dramatic changes to Twitter and are wondering how to survive on the platform, look no further—Twitter: Surviving Change will tell you how.
Description
Twitter was once a fantastic seller's market for writers and publishers. But that all changed at the end of 2017. If you've been affected by the dramatic changes to Twitter and are wondering how to survive on the platform, look no further—Twitter: Surviving Change will tell you how. Have you experienced a decrease in Interactions, a declining number of Impressions, difficulty posting and replying, or even a temporary lockout? Are you seeing fewer sales and less traffic to your website from Twitter referrals? This book will explain shadow-banning, the continued purges of bots and fake accounts, and what Section 230 means for social media users today. It even covers issues specific to writers who use Twitter for marketing. Your account can be compromised right now, and you don't even know it. Follow our checklist and quickly see how others see you on the platform. Learn what to do if you've been penalized or victimized by one of Twitter's known glitches. What took months to research and repair can now be accomplished in mere days, following the advice in this book. The resources provided in Twitter: Surviving Change will put you a step ahead of everyone else. Finally, you'll know how to fix issues to make you more visible to your audience.
About the author
Kurt Seapoint is an independent publisher with more than a decade on Twitter and a previous career as a newspaper journalist and award-winning scriptwriter. Surviving Change was researched and written to help users identify issues with their Twitter streams and get back on track as soon as possible.

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