How to use Twitter advertising signs

The latest version of Twitter is getting more annoying by the day, and you might want to look into ways to use it in a way that doesn’t involve annoying tweets and annoying advertisements. 

This is especially true of tweets that come from the @verified_user account. 

There are two ways to do this: firstly, you can manually sign in with your verified username. 

Alternatively, you could use the @twitterad features to generate automated sign-ins. 

These are a little bit harder to do in practice because of the way Twitter handles account verification. 

But if you have the time, you should try it out. 

To do this, go to your account settings and select the ‘Accounts’ section. 

You should see a new section, ‘Sign In’. 

You can set up automated sign in automatically for your @verified account, or you can use the automated sign out feature to do it manually. 

When you first sign in, Twitter will ask for a username and password, and the account will automatically sign in to your Twitter account. 

  After that, you’re good to go. 

And, if you’re a verified user, Twitter is going to be very helpful in tracking you down if you forget to login, or if you accidentally click on something that isn’t an ad. 

That’s where the @TwitterAd feature comes in. 

For each tweet you sign in or manually sign out, Twitter sends an ad message to your @twitter account.

That’s the only way to get it to show up on your timeline, which can be a bit annoying. 

The @Twitterad feature is really easy to use. Go to the Settings tab, select ‘Account Sign-In’ and then choose your @Twitter account to generate a message for. 

 If you’ve enabled ‘Automatically Sign In’, Twitter will send you a message to confirm your login and sign in. 

   To see the ad messages sent to your current Twitter account, head over to the Settings tab and select ‘Twitter Ads’ from the menu. 

Once you’re signed in, the ad message you see in your timeline will include a message from Twitter. 

In this example, the message will tell you that you’ve been signed in.

This will not only show up in your ‘following’ column, but it will also show up when you follow someone you don’t have an account with. 

Now, if it’s really annoying that you can’t find your @email in your list, you might have to click ‘View my contacts’ to get an email when someone follows you. 

If Twitter doesn’t recognise you, you’ll see the message that you’re missing in your feed. 

Again, the email from Twitter will say: “You’re missing out on the opportunity to follow a friend or follower you don,t follow.” 

 That message will let you know you’re not a verified account.

So, now you know how to use the Twitter ad feature, you’ve probably noticed that Twitter seems to be getting a bit of a headache with all the automated advertising it’s sending to you.

The problem is that the automated messages aren’t sent as regular tweets. 

They’re not automatically sent from your @gmail address, they’re sent to a different address. 

So, if Twitter wants to know that you want to follow someone who doesn’t have a verified email address, then it has to manually sign them in to their account.

What’s the solution? 

So far, it looks like it’s a manual process, but there are a couple of ways to get around it.

Firstly, you have to turn off automatic messages in the settings. 

Open up your Settings  tab and select “Settings”. 

In the ‘Settings’ section, you need to check the ‘Automation’ box and then select ‘No automatic messages sent’ to turn it on. 

Secondly, you want your @username to be verified. 

Head to Settings>Account Settings  and scroll down to ‘Account Verification’. 

Now select the account you want verified and click ‘Verify Username’. 

Once verified, you will receive a confirmation email with your new verified email. 

Next, open up Twitter and tap the ‘Follow Me’ button. 

It should now follow you.