I am wondering what is the best way to manage my apps with the new process of elevated POST access.
Here’s some context :
- I work in a Social Media agency that provide solutions for our clients, such as Twitter Apps for community animation or promotional events (launch of products, Christmas period, holidays, and so on…).
- These events can be really ephemeral (1-2 days) or last for a month (rarely much).
- The volume of tweets generated by these apps could vary over time (a burst is expected during a Twitter Ad campaign for instance) and depends of the community commitment.
- Each event concept is different (it could be an experience, a quiz, a game, a poll, etc…)
So what is the best option :
- Create an App per event, and submit an elevated POST access request each time (and lose reactivity in the process of app deployment, knowing that the schedules are sometimes really short)
- Create an App per client, and submit an elevated POST access request each time we have a new client (less time consuming, but the description of the App won’t be specific and tweet consumption will be mutualized between events)
- Create an App that will be used for all the events we create for our clients (only one elevated POST access request to pass, but if this app is restricted for some reason, all events across all our clients will be down)
One more question, when granted an elevated POST access, is there no limit or the limit is just “elevated” ? If so, what is this limit ?
Our clients are very concerned about this new rule (especially with the Christmas campaigns coming soon) and we want to reassure them that they will be able to deploy their campaigns “as before”.
Thanks for your help.