19 December 2012 11:54am
I run a charity's Twitter account with 12,000 followers. I would love the ability to filter out @ replies that comes with a verified account. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to get noticed by Twitter to get a verified account?
Head of Social Media at Econsultancy
24 December 2012 10:12am
Hi, you'll have to contact Twitter directly about this, as verification is handed out fairly arbitrarily (unless you're an advertiser ;)-
Out of interest, you've mentioned filtering out @replies - I'm not quite clear on what you mean by this? Are you talking about @mentions of your brand name? Or something else? It should be something you can filter fairly easily using Tweetdeck, Hootsuite or a similar tool - If you can provide a bit more detail would be happy to show you how.
Hope that helps,
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