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Backing up your Twitter account is a good idea if you don’t want to lose your followers or tweets in case your Twitter account gets hacked or suspended. You can download your Twitter archive by requesting your Twitter data under Settings > Your Account > Download an archive of your data.
However, this is a manual solution, and you have to regularly backup your Twitter account yourself if you are backing up your account through Twitter. eInsightData automatically backs up your Twitter account weekly.
eInsightData offers an affordable, automatic solution to back up your Twitter account without having to wait for 24 hours or running into technical issues with Twitter. You can opt-in for a regular backup of your account if you don’t want to remind yourself to back up your Twitter account every other day.
Just login to your Twitter account, then click on ‘Backup an Account’ on the eInsightData website. You will be redirected to Twitter and asked to allow access to our Twitter tool. Once you do that, you will be able to order a backup on your eInsightData dashboard.
You will then need to make a payment, and you will be able to download your Twitter archive. Naturally, everything is perfectly safe, with all payments going through Stripe’s secure payment gateway.
eInsightData can back up followers, friends, tweets and DMs of an account that you have password access to. If you want to download the Twitter data of another account, you will only be able to download their followers, friends and tweets.
When you request your Twitter data from Twitter, your Twitter archive takes up to 24 hours to be prepared and become available to download from your account.
You can use eInsightData to download your Twitter data, and depending on the amount of data in your account, and this can take up to a few hours.
Twitter stores tweets and other data on its servers. In this day and age, information is an asset to businesses. That is why reports have found that Twitter keeps your data even after deactivating your Twitter account.
If you want to download a copy of your Twitter conversations in your inbox, you can go to the ‘Backup Twitter Account’ page on eInsightData. After you allow our Twitter tool access to your account, you will be able to request a backup on your eInsightData dashboard. Once you make a payment, you will receive an archive of your DMs in minutes.
There are a few steps to follow to recover a hacked Twitter account. We have an extensive guide answering what to do when your Twitter account has been hacked.
For a quick answer, if your Twitter account has been hacked, the best thing to do first is to change your password.
It’s important to regularly backup your followers and tweets to avoid losing years of hard work.
When you deactivate your Twitter account, it doesn’t exactly delete all your Twitter data. Your information is still stored somewhere on Twitter servers waiting for you to come back, but it is completely hidden from the public view.
If you decide to come back to Twitter under the 30-day period given to you, you will be able to access your data and reactivate your account. However, after the 30 day period, you won’t be able to retrieve your data ever again. It’s good to backup your account just in case you miss the 30-day period or want to start a new Twitter account.
Permanently suspending an account will remove it from the public view, and the person who violated Twitter's rules and policies will not be allowed to create new accounts.
If you have violated Twitter’s rules and policies, you may never be able to reaccess your account. However, if a minor violation caused your Twitter account to be suspended, you can unsuspend your account. Read this article to learn how to unsuspend your Twitter account.
When it comes to whether your account gets deleted or not, once you file a report, it is all up to Twitter. If they decide that the suspension was not an error and that you made a serious violation of their policies, you might lose your account forever. If it’s only a minor violation, you can file an appeal to unsuspend your Twitter account.
On average, the Twitter suspension lasts for around 48 hours in the case of a minor violation of Twitter policies. That's the time it takes for Twitter to review your account, the phone number you provided, or any other piece of information you use for verification.
You can unsuspend your account if Twitter is asking you to verify your email address and phone number in cases of mild forms of suspension. However, if the violation is not simply spammy behaviour but something more serious, the Twitter suspension could last longer.
You can backup your Twitter account regularly by subscribing to our Twitter data backup services. If you are looking for historical tweets from a certain time period, you can contact us at email@example.com to learn more about our pricing. To give you an idea of the number of tweets we can supply and the pricing, please see the table below: