Restricted yet again. Frankly I’m getting very tired and frustrated with the lack of information available from Twitter platform regarding the cause of these things. I gravely fear that one of these times they’re going to decide to not lift the restriction, thus our business will completely go under, and we won’t even know why. @andypiper, any chance I could get some reassurance that Twitter is willing to work with us in good faith to ensure compliance and that my greatest fears will not become reality?
If it’s worth anything, I am putting as much effort as I can into helping the Twitter dev community by taking part in these forums and by attempting to start a local Twitter Community in my area. I hope that demonstrates my commitment to having a good (and compliant) relationship with Twitter platform enough to be given the benefit of the doubt in cases like this.
I would love for someone to really look into the cause of the restriction and not just take the results of the bots verbatim, and please let us know what it is specifically that is leading to this. It should be clear (at least I hope it is) that we are not trying to game the API rules or anything and that if we were informed what the issue was, we would happily and quickly correct it.
Thanks and here’s hoping the restriction gets lifted soon!
@DanielCHood - Out of curiosity, how many times did your application get restricted before things seemed to settle down?