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twitter.com/robbiemelvin:

    Twitter Removes Follow-Back Requirement For Direct Messages →

    fastcompany:

    Is this a good thing or a bad thing? On one hand, it allows for ease of communication, and could potentially take on the world of email. On the other hand… spam. 

    No this is NOT good.

    — 9 months ago with 62 notes
    1. thebusinessofsocial reblogged this from fastcompany
    2. vertmob reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
      Big news for brands doing CRM on Twitter.
    3. problemsolver reblogged this from fastcompany
    4. maxinefeliceshaw reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
      This is very, very bad.
    5. ratsoff reblogged this from brooklynmutt and added:
      :O
    6. fondano reblogged this from brooklynmutt
    7. adamwescott reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
      NOTE: You must proactively update your Settings if you wish to receive DMs from people you don’t follow—and vice versa.
    8. saadiqtaj reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
      Hm..
    9. robbiemelvin reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
      No this is NOT good.
    10. elozanobuhl reblogged this from fastcompany
    11. caitlinbyrd reblogged this from brooklynmutt
    12. hmjservices reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
      Not sure I approve … hmm …
    13. extrafickle reblogged this from fastcompany
    14. peterwknox reblogged this from specialedition87 and added:
      Not a good thing. Unless you’re a business.
    15. fityshadesofghey reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
      this will not end well.
    16. jaison96 reblogged this from brooklynmutt and added:
      Crap.
    17. titivil reblogged this from brooklynmutt and added:
      Oy.
    18. fieldnotesfromabroad reblogged this from laughterkey
    19. brooklynmutt reblogged this from fastcompany
    20. christelleletist reblogged this from fastcompany
    21. beerburritowhiskey reblogged this from laughterkey
    22. mardenkane reblogged this from fastcompany and added:
      It is by opt-in only — but I don’t see many people opting in to receive messages from anyone that follow them. So why...
    23. laughterkey reblogged this from unicornery and added:
      Whew.gif
    24. letao reblogged this from unicornery and added:
      Opt-in only is VERY helpful. I imagine the only people who’ll opt in are corporate support accounts.