I am thinking of creating a content management application.
The application will post tweets on behalf of another user based on what time and date the user picks. So every time the user wants to post a tweet that would count as a request, if I am not mistaken.
Basically, I want to know if 15 requests per 15 minutes per user/application is the only limitation. In this situation creating a CMS (Content management system) would be unrealistic for a large amount of users.
Is there any way that I can perhaps pay to increase the limit or is this it? I have seen people say that a streaming API might be the solution but as far as I understand the API is only for receiving data live and not for posting tweets, i.e. a constant connection to the twitter server.
Sorry if I am ill-informed, I am new to this but some insight would be greatly appreciated. Thanks