Having your Twitter account suspended for no apparent reason a sign of success?
Nope, what did you do ? Twitter doesn't suspend account for no reason, the only reason is you violate twitter rules.
I don't know. I can't get them to answer my request to be reinstate.
Happened to me after joining. I looked at the rules and had not violated any. I was sent a notice that my account had been wrongly suspended, but was still asked to change my behavior. I only tweeted 7 times, only followed 30 people. What behavior?
I hope Twitter reinstates me because it took me about 3 years to get over 6600 followers and it help with my website promotions.
Getting an account suspended is not a sign of success. It is a sign of a failure to abide by Twitter's policies and guidelines. If it truly was for "no apparent reason" then you should inquire why your account was suspended.
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