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Follow up on Auto DMs on Twitter

Written by Jill Manty  · January 12, 2011

A couple of months ago I wrote an article asking what you thought about about automatic direct messages. Overwhelmingly, you said you don’t like them.

You’re not alone. Turns out you’re not alone. A recent survey says 72% of people who responded had strong feelings against auto direct messages, compared to 2% who liked them.

Now it turns out, you can opt out of a large number of these automatic direct messages by following the steps outlined on my friend Sean McGinnis’ blog: 312 Digital.

So, no need to be annoyed any further. Just follow the four steps, and in short order you’ll never be bothered by an automatic dm again (or at least not as many).


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3 Responses to “Follow up on Auto DMs on Twitter”

  1. Theme Park Architecture on January 27th, 2011 12:25 pm

    I wouldn’t be surprised at 72%; they are annoying.
    Not so many automatic DM’s would be ideal!

  2. Rick on February 25th, 2011 9:34 pm

    I’m not suprise by those results. I hate DM too

  3. Business Logo on March 10th, 2011 12:06 am

    I don’t like the automated messages, but how about looking at them as a means of breaking the ice and making a more personal contact out of a business one. I find if I take the time to actually visit the offers in these automated messages, and thens send a private message back to that person they are often that thrilled that someone responded they are far more responsive to other messages I send out.





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