About Twitspam

July 16th, 2008

Twitspam is a word that describes any social networking spam. The word is originated from spam on the Twitter site which at one point became so overwhelming that we grew tired of it and decided to take action. Thus Twitspam.org was born.

Twitspam.org is dedicated to the eradication of social networking spam. We list spammers here and report them to the administrators of the social networking sites in an effort to stay one step ahead of the spammers.

If you’ve encountered a user that you think should be added to this list, please send the information to spammers at twitspam.org.

Or, if you’re on Twitter, you can simply send a tweet that has the name of the spammy Twitter account and include the hashtag “#twitspam” or “#twitterspam” in the same tweet. We’ll find it if your Twitter account is public.

Follow us on Twitter: @twitspamorg

Once a spammy account that’s listed on this blog has been removed from Twitter or Plurk or identi.ca, we also archive the corresponding blogpost. You can find a list of archived blogposts under the Removed category.

Note: This site is not in any way affiliated with or supported by Twitter, Plurk, or identi.ca or any other social networking site listed in this blog.