I’m not a big fan of pinning people’s tweets. It’s just my nature, but it happens way too often. I think part of the reason is because people don’t realize that they are giving them a direct link to their own social media profile. So when someone pins something from their Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook account, it’s more of a reminder of their own life than a direct connection to their profile.

This is a good idea though, as often as you would like to post something to the Internet, you really should be posting it to your own social media accounts. Most of the time you can leave your profile up and only have to take a few seconds to send a tweet, like so.

This is the best solution I’ve ever seen. I mean, I don’t want to be pinning someone else’s tweets to their Twitter. But I do need to find a way to reach out to my wife and I personally, so I guess I’m supposed to just let my social media accounts go down a few lines for each person who’s connected to the account.

Hmmm, maybe it is just me. My Twitter account is one of the most private I have. I don’t have a lot of Twitter friends. I think I’m just not a twitterer. Perhaps I need to send an email to my husband and then I can tell him all about it.

In any case, I don’t think you should just let your Twitter account go down for every person who’s connected to it. It will just take too long. It’s a private account, after all. Don’t even think about adding the Twitter accounts of people whose tweets you don’t want to post.

If you dont want to post the @DontYouOut email to your husband and wife, don’t post it to your hubby. I am totally open to that email if you dont want to post to your husband and wife (and you can use my Facebook account for that too).

I don’t think anyone is going to get mad at you for not reposting a tweet. But if you really were pissed off at someone, you should just send them an email to the dicuss it. You are not the one who wants to delete one of their tweets.

We did some digging to find out who tweeted the first time someone sent an email to “P.O. Box” or “Dicuss it.” Turns out this is the same guy who was trying to post the tweet that led to a couple of our posts at The Pinned. I wonder if he got spammed.

Pinning someone’s tweet is a way of bullying them. To be clear, if you want to send a tweet to a specific person, you should send it to the person and not the person’s account. While I may be able to see it as bullying, I’ve never been spammed for not reposting a tweeted link.

I have yet to be spammed for my tweet. Ive been one of those guys who has been spammed for using a hotlink. Ive found that people dont like hotlinking your tweets. You have the freedom to post links on your own blog or twitter account, but not on your blog or twitter account. It seems it is the same with linking to your own tweets, because Ive seen a few people argue that they have the right to link to my tweets.