Advertising on Twitter Header
I asked this before but got few replies. So here goes again.
May I put classified ads on my Twitter header image? Twitter never reply to member questions, so I can't get an answer from them. I don't want to lose my account if my ads somehow are in competition to theirs and against their TOS.
Why would you want to do this, if the header isn't clickable?
Well there may be just a phone number, or a product could be advertised.
Think about how people use Twitter. They generally read their own feed, not individual profile pages. Chances are, very few people would ever see it.
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