▲ ▼ Tell me when I'm out of Twitter Jail
I'm a social media manager and marketer so tweeting on behalf of my clients is part of my daily routine. But there's a problem especially for new accounts, if a new twitter account like/retweet/reply to a famous account then it's an immediate recipe for a shadow ban or Twitter Jail even if the purpose was completely innocuous.
Often, even tweeting the product/company url twice in a day can get one into trouble as Twitter's algorithms are very stringent towards new accounts without enough followers. This leads to the disappointment of my clients, who come to me when they release a product or launch their company and obviously the account I create for them would be new and likelihood of going to Twitter jail is very high.
Fortunately, Twitter releases you from the jail if the infraction isn't severe but there's no way to know when that will happen. It has taken couple of hours, couple of weeks or even never in my experience. There are services like shadowban.eu which provide details about your Twitter Jail sentence but currently there's no way to know when you are out of the jail unless you manually check regularly.
Hey, thank you for sharing!
This sounds interesting and I could do this.
Are you interested in Search Shadowban or some other kind?
How much per month would you pay for such a service?
How fast the notification should be? Is daily email ok?
Do you know other people who would benefit from this?
I would like to have a solution for this as well, my accounts have faced Twitter shadow bans without any spamming and I am sure every other Twitter marketer has as well.
A service which allows us to know when our twitter accounts are out of ban would be extremely useful.
Checkout https://visualping.io/ by @charlieg which notifies webpage changes. Theoretically it should inform you when shadowban.eu details changes for a particular Twitter account. Other needgap users have even tracked changes for .pdf files with visualping.
Visulaping works, thank you! Although a dedicated tool to inform about twitter jail would still be useful.