Tacky Twitter Sales Tactic

tacky sales tweet?

I have received 3 or 4 Direct Message’s (aka DM’s) on my twitter account in the last couple of days that say things like:

Rofl this you?” & “I found you on here“, then they include a shortened web link to who knows where.

I just want to warn people who are building their social networks on twitter, it might be best Not to click on the links. They are probably links to sales sited or maybe even unsafe sites.

I just thought it was odd, and wanted to warn you because this looks like a newer tactic “sales” (Come on, there is a right way and a wrong way to do this guys.) people are using on twitter. Maybe just to get click-throughs, who knows, but it’s probably NOT that embarrassing photo of you at last year’s office Christmas party. ;)

Keep it real peeps.

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