The scope of this blog will be not only to keep users up to date with the latest Spamcleaner developments but also to provide actionable insights on how to empower you as a Twitter user.
It is no secret that right now our priority group are high-end profiles with a solid following (>100k) and a high volume of interactions. On Twitter, as elsewhere, giving is the secret to getting ahead. An intensive exchange of shares (retweets) can lead though to a dilution of one’s presence in their own timeline which is, in turn, perceived as spam by followers. This is where spamcleaner comes into play. You can clean retweets every 5-10 minutes to pave the way for hundreds of exchanges per day and a higher growth per retweet.
In addition to that, we added new features to delete tweets posted in a to-be-defined timeframe (Version 1.1). This allows users of platforms like Tweetdeck and Hootsuite to limit the amount of unauthorized tweets posted from their accounts in case the common Hootsuite/Tweetdeck account they are using is compromised when they are away.
A new version (1.2) will be released the first week of January. For suggestions use the comment section below.