Twitter Aps, Personal DM’s and Spam — A Word of Caution for Legal Marketers and Other Professionals


I received a personally addressed DM (Direct Message) Tweet, saying, “Hey Kara, I just took “How old are you in your heart?” and got: 5-25 years old! Try it” Just or fun, I thought I’d send it out to my 7,600+ followers…

The good news:

I received quite a range of responses, “This was fun”, from a social media buff; and “If I take the test, I’ll probably be 100?, from an ad agency owner in Florida.

The not so good news:

The majority of the responses I received were along the lines of a Baltimore law student’s,

“um… are you aware you DM’d me about taking an online quiz? If not, you should probably change your password.”

I also lost about 80 followers and received a call from an irry, and very odd fellow…

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