New Release Boost: Twitter, Surviving Change by Kurt Seapoint

Twitter

Surviving Change

by Kurt Seapoint

“A GEM! GUARANTEED TO BE YOUR GO-TO GUIDE FOR ALL THINGS TWITTER.” – Sue-Ellen Welfonder, USA Today Bestselling Author

This is the handbook you need now to survive on Twitter…

Twitter: Surviving Change is a quick-read handbook to help you navigate the platform today. The rules have changed and the level of enforcement we see has increased. If you have experienced a decrease in Interactions, a declining number of Impressions, difficulty posting and/or replying, a temporary lockout, less sales and web traffic from Twitter referrals, or you just have a feeling that something isn’t quite right… then read this book now.

We include the latest on the “auto-suggest” issue that led many users to believe they were shadow-banned during the past two years, in addition to chapters on the platform’s shift from porn, the tweet count hike, continuing purges of bots and fake accounts, and what Section 230 means for social media users today.

There is also a chapter covering issues we are still seeing in writers’ accounts on Twitter.

We include a checklist to follow to see if your account is compromised. Learn what to do if you are being penalized or if you’re caught in one of the platform’s glitches. What took us months to research and repair, you can now accomplish in a matter of days with this book.

We learned the hard way that the old advice just doesn’t work anymore.

Read Twitter: Surviving Change and find out today, what works now.

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About the Author:

Kurt Seapoint is the pen name for an independent publisher with more than a decade on Twitter. Surviving Change was written to help you identify issues with your Twitter stream and get back on track as soon as possible. Many of the examples mentioned occurred with our own accounts and with people we are acquainted with on the platform. In this book, we strive to provide accurate and practical information to help you successfully navigate our favorite platform.

Kurt on Twitter: @kurtseapoint

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