How to link multiple Twitter handles with a single email address
If you love Twitter, you will surely create more than one Twitter account. The chances are that you already have more than one Twitter accounts. And I bet, until now, you would have used two email addresses to create both your Twitter accounts, assuming you own two Twitter accounts.
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How would you like to create more Twitter accounts without having more email addresses to create for every Twitter account you want to create?
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However, the solution to the above problem works perfectly if you own a Gmail address. Or it could be your custom email address named on your domain name.
Here’s the secret sauce we are going to tap into – thanks to the different ways of handling email addresses by Google and Twitter: every gmail address holds valid regardless of having a ‘period’ in the email address.
For e.g. email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com are all one and the same.
You get the trick.
Now use this to create your new Twitter account. This way you will have multiple Twitter handles with just one email address.
Congratulations! You will have now created your new Twitter account with your old email (Gmail) address.
Google’s Gmail email addresses are usually written as firstname.lastname@example.org. But did you know that it still holds good if you wrote it as email@example.com? I know you’re smart enough to catch this another way of creating multiple Twitter accounts!
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