We have two accounts we manage that go out to two different audiences. The readership is not identical.
Some of the content we create or share will overlap because it works for both audiences.
Most of the language on these new restrictions key on the word “simultaneously.” While we will sometimes see a need to post the same article to both accounts, is there a point at which they are not considered “simultaneous” postings? Thirty minutes? Thirty hours? What is that time frame?
If we post a tweet on both accounts back to an article on our website, is it a duplicated URL link that triggers the duplication warning (i.e., different text, same link)? Or is it the other pieces of the tweet that, if identical, cause the penalty (i.e., same text, same link OR same text, different link)? Do images factor into this at all, say if both tweets had everything else the same but the images?
Much is not clear in the language of the restrictions. Better examples and further clarity on what constitutes “simultaneous” and duplication would be helpful.