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Has your Twitter engagement recently dropped?

In the last couple weeks, the notifications I have been receiving via my @chrisabraham Twitter handle have plummeted. Serious chirping crickets. So, I did some searching and it looks like either Twitter or I had changed some settings on the account.  I never limit my engagements to people I already follow back, so I am suspicious that this might be Twitter — I would never intentionally do something like this.

Here’s what I discovered and what I did to resolve the issue: first, be sure you’re on your Twitter Notifications page and then check on the Notification Settings:

Then you just have to choose how noisy you want it. I like it nosiest! I feel like the most valuable aspect of Twitter as a communication platform is its promiscuity — the fact that anyone and everyone can contact and engage with me via Twitter — and checking both of those boxes gets rid of just about all of that, right?

So, as you’ll see below, I just unchecked both Filter Tweets [ ] by Only people you know and [ ] Quality filter and clicked Save changes.

Et voilà!

And since I use @chrisabraham for both business and pleasure, I had been blind so that I didn’t even see a tweet that Aetna has sent to me via Twitter to ask me if I needed anything — and I did!

While it wasn’t ideal that it took me an extra day to get the above tweet (and a wonderful serendipity that I did at all), it didn’t take me an extra week or an eternity.

That’s the reason why I thought this PSA was worthwhile taking up an entire Biznology blog post — because this might be happening to you! If it is happening to you, you need to fix it now!

Good luck.

Let me know if this happened to you. Is it a thing? Do you know how long it’s been going on?

I fully intended to discuss the two top marketing trends for 2017, which are Influencer Marketing and Native Advertising, according to the members of my panels at Renaissance Weekend last week in Charleston; however, I think this is a much more important note, in case you didn’t already know.

Chris Abraham

Chris Abraham, digital strategist and technologist, is a leading expert in digital: search engine optimization (SEO), online relationship management (ORM), Internet privacy, Wikipedia curationsocial media strategy, and online public relations with a focus on blogger outreachinfluencer engagement, and Internet crisis response, with the digital PR and social media marketing agency Gerris digital. [Feel free to self-schedule a 15-minute call, a 30-minute call, or a 60-minute call with me] A pioneer in online social networks and publishing, with a natural facility for anticipating the next big thing, Chris is an Internet analyst, web strategy consultant and adviser to the industries' leading firms. Chris Abraham specializes in web technologies, including content marketing, online collaboration, blogging, and consumer generated media.  Chris Abraham was named a Top 50 Social Media Power Influencer by Forbes, #1 PR2.0 Influencer by Traackr, and top-10 social media influencers by Marketwire; and, for what it’s worth, Chris has a Klout of 79 the last time he looked. Chris Abraham started doing web development back in 1994, SEO in 1998, blogging in 1999, influencer engagement in 2003, social media strategy in 2005, blogger outreach in 2006, and Wikipedia curation in 2007. Feel free to self-schedule a 15-minute call, a 30-minute call, or a 60-minute call. If you want to know the services that Chris offers check out Services If you want to work with Chris use the Contact Form You're welcome to follow me via Social Media You can learn more about Chris over in About Chris writes a lot so check out the Blog Chris offers webinars so check Events

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