Get Rid Of Twitter Direct Message Overload

Are you tired of Twitter direct message overload? I know I am! Thanks to Twitter guru Sean Malarkey (a friend of PowerUP Social Media), there’s now a quick way to get rid of the automatic Twitter direct messages clogging your account forever. And, the great news is, you can get this done in as little as five minutes.

How To Clear Most Automatic Twitter DMs

Yes, there’s a use for Twitter direct messages, but most of them just plain stink. Most people haven’t figured out how to engage their audience with DMs, so they come across as spam. Even worse, spammers are even taking advantage of Twitter direct messages by sending virus filled links (you know what I’m talking about).

The majority of automatic Twitter direct messages come from (a very useful tool, but not in this case) and here is a step-by-step process on how you can stop them:

1) Go to and follow the account.

2) A few minutes later you will notice they are following you back.

3) Send a direct message to @optmeout  (send anything you want).

4) Go back to and unfollow the account.

5)  You’ll receive a Twitter direct message that reads like this:

“Thank you from’s opt-out service. Your opt-out has been recorded. You won’t receive further auto DMs. [link]”

Check that one off the list…

I don’t personally receive these next three Twitter direct messages very often, but you might. This is how you can get rid of them for good!

140 Games

This is home to many of the quizzes and games on the internet (including a Mafia style game). Say farewell to these annoying auto DMs:

1) Click this link –>

2) It will redirect back to Twitter and ask for you to “Allow LOL quiz access”.

3) Simply click the allow button and you’re all set.

Poll Pigeon

This is where many of Twitter’s top polls come from. It’s also another big offender of your direct message inbox. Not anymore…after you do this:

1) Click this link

2) Click the “Don’t send me any direct messages” button and you’ll never see another Poll Pigeon DM on your account again!

Twables / FB140

Twables has a bunch of different applications, but the most popular is an app telling your Facebook friends that you’re on Twitter.

After Sean did some serious digging and stumbling across their website, he found a way for you to remove yourself from their list. It’s a one-step process:

1) Click here –>

Once you’ve taken these steps, you’re guaranteed to see less Twitter direct messages clogging your account!

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