Posted by Celina Johnson on 23 Jul 2013 /
Have you ever been a victim of having your Twitter account hacked? Maybe you have seen Twitter accounts sending out tweets which clearly were not drafted by the owner?
You can minimise this happening to your Twitter account by keeping a close eye on the apps that have permission to your account.
Here’s how you can check your Twitter permission settings:
1. Log in to your Twitter account via your desktop computer
2. Click on the cog (top right) and click on settings
3. Now you should see a menu down the left hand side and click on “Apps.”
You’ll notice that each app is listed along with their level of permission. If you haven’t used an app for some time or you can’t remember connecting it, you can easily click “Revoke Access” to update your account.
Now’s the perfect time to check your apps and their permission level so log in and check them out.
Author: Celina Johnson
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For eight years Celina successfully worked in shopping centres owned and/or managed by Byvan/FPD Savills, Mirvac and Stockland. Now she works with retailers, small business and sub-regional shopping centres, setting up and managing their social media and marketing. Celina also teaches businesses how to make the most of their social media presence.
• Customised social media set up
• Daily Monitoring of your social media
• Marketing Plans and Strategies
• Experienced in Shopping Centres
• Experienced in Retail
• Experienced in Small Business
• Media trained
• Experienced in stakeholder liaison
Celina has worked with me on multiple shopping centre social media campaigns. across properties in NSW, WA, VIC and SA for Jones Lang LaSalle and Woolworths Ltd, optimising the investment from limited marketing funds and providing measurable results.
Lisa Tierney, Shopping Centre Marketing Consultant