How are some of you failing to see the difference between "Powered by
Twitter" being something they want you to do and "http://" is something they don't want you to do?

Why don't they want the latter? Because someone with the email of
"" registered the domain. Not exactly
the type of company that Twitter wants to associate itself with. Yet,
for applications and sites that DO comply with the ToS, they want an
attribution and link back to their site. Aren't some of you self
proclaimed SEO/Marketing experts? Everyone wants links back to their
site, including Twitter.

Making a logo downloadable doesn't mean either that they want you to
use it, or their font on your website when doing your own branding.

Some people here are confused


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