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Twitter Rescue Solution

Published on 5/23/2018
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Change of Heart

Don't lose your tenure just because you want to switch your agenda on Twitter.

I set up a new Twitter account back in 2010 and used it to tweet about my blog posts, but the blog no longer exists. The age of your account is important to a lot of visitors, so I didn't want to just start over. Likewise I didn't want all those old Tweets, with broken links to a blog that wasn't there anymore.

The Solution

I found several ways to mass delete Tweets, but after careful analysis I felt like they were really just ways to exploit those who used them. I am not usually paranoid, but I don't like unlocked doors hanging open either.

Finally I discovered TwitWipe, where you can login to Twitter and click a few buttons to start the process. I didn't have hundreds of Tweets, so it did the job pretty quickly, but I understand the more Tweets you have the longer it takes. Sure enough, when I finished running the program and went back, all my Tweets were history and I could start all over on a new path.

Anything else?

Even though the website says they don't copy your password, they do take permissions to access your site (how else could they do it?), but you can click your image, select Profile and Security, click Apps and Revoke Access to anything you don't want in a quick click.

I also took the precaution of changing my password just in case.

Now I have the challenge of rebuilding my image to fit the new direction, but that's an adventure I will enjoy.

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