On 03/24/2010 05:35 PM, Dewald Pretorius wrote:
> I wonder what the real person behind that account, Casie Stewart, will
> feel and think if she knew that Twitter has classified her account as
> "low-quality", or rather, has classified her obviously human-finger-
> driven contribution to Twitter via TweetDeck and the web interface, as
> too inferior to include in the search results. Yes, I know. That may
> not be the message you want to send, but that is the message that you
> do send.
> http://twitter.com/casiestewart
> http://casiestewart.com/
> http://twitpic.com/photos/casiestewart

More to the point, when Twitter "declares" a user to be of "low
quality", does Twitter inform that person? Or does the person only find
out when a friend says, "Hey, you're not showing up in Twitter search.
You may have violated a Twitter guideline documented here


and need to send Twitter an email requesting that you be re-instated."

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