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January 09, 2020, 12:36:28 PM
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Now a days, it is a common thing that "Your twitter id is suspended ".

I lost one of my twitter id with 10000+ followers. Then i open another twitter id. My new twitter id was suspended last week. But i am lucky enough that after reviewing twitrer authority unsuspended my twitter id.

Now i want to share my little knowledge with my friends about how to protect your Twitter id from suspension.

What is the cause of suspension of your twitter id?

1. Breaking the rules and policies of twitter. You can learn about twitter rules here https://help.twitter.com/en/rules-and-policies/twitter-rules?lang=browser.

2. Making spam post.

3. If twitter authority suspect an account has been hacked or compromised.

4. Abusive Tweets or behavior.

5. Use excessive hashtag(#).

6. Use third party app for gaining fake followers.

7. Use multiple twitter id in one twitter app or one browser.

8. Aggressively following and unfollowing people in a short time.

9. Following too many people after creating your account.

For more info you can visit here
1. https://help.twitter.com/en/managing-your-account/suspended-twitter-accounts.

2. https://marcguberti.com/2014/05/10-reasons-why-twitter-would-suspend-your-account-and-solutions/amp/

If you want to avoid suspension you  must avoid the above mention thing.

If your twitter account is suspended  you can appeal to unsuspend your account. You have to fill up a form with your e-mail and others info associated with your twitter id. Then twitrer authority will contact with you via e-mail. If they think they may unlock your twitter id.
1. https://help.twitter.com/forms/general

2. https://help.twitter.com/forms/restore

You can read this article https://www.netleadz.co.uk/blog/your-twitter-account-suspended-what-next.

Best of luck my friends.
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January 09, 2020, 08:16:55 PM
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It is common to have your Twitter account suspended if you are breaking the rules.
And I really wonder what you are doing with your account and you get suspended. It is really hard to do so if you behave normal in the platform. I believe you are trying to do something malicious and you just can't hide from Twitter's algorithm.

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January 09, 2020, 08:31:05 PM
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It has been announced and reported by the medias that twitter is issuing ban for those twitter accounts that doesn't have any content but likely to be tweets for the bounties that they've joined.

It's very simple, don't use your twitter for bounties.

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January 09, 2020, 08:49:33 PM
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A really useful topic for all people, especially for bounty hunters who work on Twitter campaigns, I think there are many people working in more than one bounty and in one day they posting many tweets in a short time on their Twitter account and this action is tracked by Twitter algorithms that the account is spam and get suspended, In addition, there are those who follow thousands in one day, and those who put a lot of hashtags in one tweet, and these are things that violate the rules of Twitter, We must understand that the Twitter account is for personal use and not for excessive use and unusual behaviors.

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January 10, 2020, 03:50:35 AM
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It is common to have your Twitter account suspended if you are breaking the rules.
And I really wonder what you are doing with your account and you get suspended. It is really hard to do so if you behave normal in the platform. I believe you are trying to do something malicious and you just can't hide from Twitter's algorithm.

You are right. I must break the rules.
Then i participate bounty campaign and i have to post so many post with Hashtag from my Twitter account. Also i am followiing many peoples in a short time to increase my followers. As a result i lost my Twitter account.

I know that one topic is not helpful for all peoples in all time.
But if even one person benefited from this post, I would think my effort was successful. Thanks.
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