Matt: Not sure what you want me to pick up in the documentation. I must be missing something.
When I read the page on daily POST limits [http://support.twitter.com/ forums/10711/entries/15364] I see: <quote> Current Twitter Limits The current technical limits for accounts are: Direct Messages: 250 per day. API Requests: 150 per hour. Updates: 1,000 per day. The daily update limit is further broken down into smaller limits for semi-hourly intervals. Retweets are counted as updates. Changes to Account Email: 4 per hour. Following (daily): Please note that this is a technical account limit only, and there are additional rules prohibiting aggressive following behavior. You can find detailed page describing following limits and prohibited behavior on the Follow Limits and Best Practices Page. The technical follow limit is 1,000 per day. Following (account-based): Once an account is following 2,000 other users, additional follow attempts are limited by account-specific ratios. The Follow Limits and Best Practices Page has more information. </quote> When I read the page you pointed me to, I see that OAuth calls are 350 per hour. So I am still left with the same question, when we hit the daily POST limit, is there a process to ask for an increase? The documentation says it is controlled at a user level, which implies an increase is possible. Yet the documentation does not explicitly say how an increase is requested. I am sure the answer is obvious, I just have been unable to find it. Looking forward to your reply... Dave