Unknown Twitter error

Error Message: We're sorry for the inconvenience, but your tweet: [Tweet Content], sent from your profile: [Profile Name], did not post due to an unknown Twitter error. This was sent under the group: [Group Name]. 

If there was an image attached, ensure the size is within the limit, which is 1024 x 512 for Twitter.
Check out the recommended sizes of images uploaded via third-party apps by referring to this link.

You can also make use of Sprout Social's free online image resizing tool, Landscape (sproutsocial.com/landscape). There are custom dimensions you can choose from when you rescale your images.

When you've tried sending your tweets, Sprout has been warned by Twitter that, "This request looks like it might be automated. To protect our users from spam and other malicious activity, we can't complete this action right now. Please try again later."
Twitter is cutting back on people sending the same messages or types of messages too frequently from their accounts. Even if you tried sending the posts on Twitter.com, it won't work because they are sensing that your messages are too similar. Change the wording of your posts or start posting about different topics in order to let the tweets go through.


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