Twitter: Internet Marketers busted and they’re Twitter’s pain in the a$$

Bwah! Ha! Ha! Some f*cking great internet marketer have been busted for creating stupid marketing programs that send irritating spam to innocent people at Twitter!

Mark Glaser from MediaShift who reported this sensational story earlier today clearly indicated that internet marketers are now the main suspects in Twitter-spamming:
There are now an array of marketers using Twitter to promote their businesses or to give better customer service responses. Some marketers are pushing the envelope with programs like Twitter Squeeze, which says it will help you: "Learn How to Quickly Generate a Massive Crowd of Followers Who Give You Cash When You Tweet!" However, the pitch clarifies that "Twitter Squeeze is not a spam technique, [and] it does not employ software to spam Twitter."

Source: MediaShift

Bwah! Ha! Ha! Sorry folks, I can’t help it. I knew all along that those stupid money-making and pagerank-stealing programs created specifically to take advantage of micro-blogging sites such as Twitter are stupid, just like their dumb and desperate creators and affiliates.

Those innocent people at Twitter better watch out now. If you have been spammed by idiots that promise you wealth and money at Twitter, just report those spammers to @spam.
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