Twitter is among the largest social media platforms of all time, with nearly 300 million monthly active users. While there’s no comparison between Twitter’s user base and that of Instagram (1.5 billion monthly active users) and Facebook (2 billion monthly active users), it still has a stable market. Why do you think that is?
Twitter has been making headlines, but it’s rarely for a good or innocent cause; the news has always been negative and problematic. So, why do people still use it?
Well, the main reason behind this is the publicity. If you’ve ever heard the phrase “all publicity is good publicity,” this is one of the places where it undoubtedly applies.
We all need to know exactly what’s happening worldwide, and it’s rarely what we want to hear. But that doesn’t mean we stop listening to the news altogether, right? Similarly, Twitter might not exactly be the most unproblematic platform with the most positive news, but it’s just what we need to hear.
Anyhow, on October 28, Musk acquired Twitter and waltzed into the Twitter headquarters with a sink in his hand. He posted a picture of his eccentric arrival on Twitter and captioned it, “let that sink in.”
He immediately fired the CEO, CFO, and an astonishingly large number of executives upon the acquisition. Apparently, the reason behind all this is to bring real change from the inside. Be that as it may, people are excited to see what this new phase of Twitter brings.
In today’s blog, we’ll talk about whether or not it is possible to recover a suspended account on Twitter. To learn all about it, stick with us until the end!
How to Recover Suspended Twitter Account
Log in to your Twitter account: Even if your account is limited and you can’t verify it, you might still be able to use Twitter with limited features. There will be a countdown timer that will tell you how long your limitation will last, and it can be anywhere from 12 hours to 7 days.
However, if your account’s suspended, you might not be able to use Twitter at all. Don’t worry; you can still file an appeal to get your account back.
Delete offensive tweets: If you’ve tweeted anything that can be taken as offensive, abusive, racist, or problematic, delete those tweets.
Fill out an appeal for Twitter: If you believe your account has been wrongfully suspended or limited, go to the web browser on your laptop/computer and tap on this link: https://help.twitter.com/forms/general?subtopic=suspended. This is Twitter’s official appeals form for suspended and limited accounts.
Write a short but clear description of the issue you’re facing in the form, and fill out all other information required.
Hopefully, Twitter will take immediate action to fix the issue you’ve been facing with your account. As long as your account is limited or temporarily suspended, you don’t need to go through all this hassle to fill out the form.
Just wait a few days, and your account will be returned to you. This time, keep in mind that you must not post offensive content or perform any suspicious activity on your account.
In the end
As we end this blog, let’s recap all we’ve discussed today.
Twitter is a large social media platform with hundreds of millions of users. It can often get difficult to manage all the activity on the platform, so it isn’t uncommon for the wrong account to get suspended every once in a while.
Don’t worry; if your account has been wrongfully suspended, there’s a simple way to get it back. Just fill out a form on Twitter’s official form for suspended and limited accounts, and they’ll get back to you soon. In the meantime, it’s also a good idea to check out your profile once to see if you’ve ever posted spammy or inappropriate content.
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