If they have an existing Twitter account:

  1. Your client will need to provide the email address or username and password they used to log in to their Twitter accounts. 
  2. There are instances where Twitter may ask for a confirmation code. Twitter adds this extra layer of security to stop users from accessing your page. 

3. The confirmation code will be forwarded to your client's email address. Retrieve the confirmation code from your client. From our end, we will input it to access their Twitter account.

If they don’t have an existing Twitter account: 

  1. Provide us with the following information:
    a. Preferred Username
    b. Preferred Email Address
    c. Preferred Password

2. Have your client confirm their email address.

Twitter will forward a confirmation email to their specified email address upon signing up. By confirming the request, they can also take advantage of certain account features, such as requesting the Tweet archive or taking advantage of security features like login verification.

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