The next time you tweet a viral tweet, use the following steps to protect your tweet and stop spreading it:1.
Be aware that people are more likely to see your tweet if they have a strong social media presence.2.
Make sure you know how your tweet is being shared and what people are saying.3.
Check your Tweets for viral content.
If you find it, delete it.4.
Make a backup of your tweets.
Make backups of your Twitter account so you can access your Twitter messages in the event you need to delete it or you delete an account you no longer want to associate with.5.
Remove any viral content that you think might spread, including content that contains your Twitter username or account name.
If your Twitter has multiple accounts, you can use multiple accounts to share the same content.6.
If someone is tweeting about your account, use a different account or use your own account to identify the person and prevent them from spreading the word.7.
If a person sends you a tweet and you don’t immediately delete it, it may spread.
If the tweet has an embedded link or contains a link that is a form of malware, you should delete the link or delete the tweet.8.
If it takes a while for someone to find out who sent you a message, you may want to be more selective in what you share with them.