If you are frustrated with different e-mail addresses just to create or have more than one twitter account# Don’t worry! we have found a way to use just one e-mail address with multiple twitter accounts.
For e.g. if you use one Twitter account to write personal tweets and another for blog-related tweets, you might end up with managing double email addresses. You are bound to associate a different email address. However, this makes things more complicated as you need to manage several email addresses.
FOLLOWING ARE THE WAYS TO OPERATE MULTIPLE TWITTER ACCOUNTS USING ONE E-MAIL ADDRESS:
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Step 1: CREATE A GMAIL ACCOUNT IF YOU DON’T HAVE ONE.
You only have to create a Gmail account, if you already have one you can skip this.
Step 2: CREATE YOUR FIRST TWITTER ACCOUNT
This is what happens when you try to create a twitter account with an e-mail address that already exists.
An error message is displayed on the screen. Here’s a simple solution, you can use one of the following ways:
Gmail doesn’t register periods in the address, and anything sent to your Gmail with periods will simply be forwarded to your normal Gmail!
2. USE A “+SOMETHING” OTHERWISE
This is done by adding a + sign followed by a word of your choosing.
Step 3: USING THE GOOGLEMAIL.COM DOMAIN
You probably didn’t know this, but when you create a Gmail account, Google actually gives you two email address domains.One is the regular “@gmail.com”, and the other is “@googlemail.com”.
So, if you create firstname.lastname@example.org and send it to email@example.com then it will land in the same inbox.
IN THIS WAY YOU CAN CREATE MULTIPLE TWITTER ACCOUNTS USING ONE E-MAIL.
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