Inntopia | July 20, 2018
We've all heard about bots and spam on Twitter, but when Twitter detects suspicious behavior (even if it's not a bot) they will "lock" those accounts until they can confirm everything is a-okay. Locked accounts haven't been much of a talking point thus far, but on July 11, 2018 Twitter announced: This week, we'll be removing these locked accounts from follower counts across profiles globally. As a result, the number of followers displayed on many profiles may go down. The New York Times claimed this could reduce the combined follower count on Twitter by up to 6%, so how did resorts' and hotels' follower counts fare? Take a look. The ...
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