First of all, there is only one form of spam - it's *unsolicited*
messages sent massively.
Second of all, tell me, please, in what way creating, let's say, 100
accounts just for tweeting weather forecasts for different cities is a
spam? I'm not talking about mentioning there random nicknames or
something like that to get new followers, of course. Just pure
forecast, without any links.
Third of all, why do you think those RSS feeds will be useless? Maybe
it's more convenient for some users to get updates with Twitter than
with Google Reader.

On 27 янв, 18:30, Dale Folla MeDia <mogul...@gmail.com> wrote:
> the only possible reasons someone would have to create that many accounts
> would be to spam in one form or another.  There should be other ways to skin
> that cat..  You could not keep up with that many accounts unless you sent
> out huge amounts of useless RSS feeeds just to gain followers so you can
> mass dm them...
>
>
> On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 5:16 AM, Andrew Badera <and...@badera.us> wrote:
> > I would point them to examples of other apps (local news spammers come
> > to mind) that have recently been blacklisted.
>
> > That aside, I for one am 100% opposed to giving anyone this sort of
> > tool. Not that certain other people on this list haven't already done
> > so for profit, sadly.
>
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> > On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 7:50 AM, Jonathan Markwell
> > <j.l.markw...@inuda.com> wrote:
> > > Hi All,
>
> > > Would be interested to hear both the community's opinion on this and
> > > the official Twitter view.
>
> > > I have a client that wants to create thousands of new accounts that
> > > they can use to send out a wide variety of niche interest tweets. They
> > > already have a quote from an outsourcing company that can do the work
> > > and are keen to go ahead. The accounts will, for the most part, be
> > > automated but I'm encouraging them to ensure each gets at least some
> > > human participation in them on a regular basis.
>
> > > I'm apprehensive about this and I'm trying to disuade them from going
> > > ahead. I'm not convinced that accounts that are primarily automated,
> > > especially when set up on this scale can add that much value to the
> > > ecosystem. Their feeling is quite the opposite and they believe the
> > > audience they are working to provide for will find this extremely
> > > valuable. In addition they are confident, and have some data to back
> > > it up, that what they are creating will bring a huge number of new
> > > real users to Twitter.
>
> > > What are your thoughts on this?
>
> > > Jon.
>
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