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Why it might be time for Twitter to start filtering your feed

If you came to this article via our Twitter account, did you click the link the first time we tweeted it? Maybe the second? Or the third? It seems that of late, publishers are losing their inhibitions when it comes to tweeting a link to the same piece of content multiple times over a period of hours or days. I’ve noticed a particular leap in this practice since Twitter’s new Analytics dashboard launched earlier this month.
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