Our Anti-Spam Policy

Our policy against spamming with our tool is simple: if you try to use NeedTagger to distribute spam and we catch you, then we will remove you and your organization from our service (with no refund).

In addition, we may report you as a possible spammer to the social networks we work with. If we do, then it’s likely the offending account(s) will be suspended by that network.

Likewise, if your account is suspended by a major social network for spamming, then your NeedTagger account won’t work on that network, either.

So, please, don’t try to use our tool to spam.

To enforce our policy, we carefully monitor how our customers use our platform.

Why We Do This

  • We hate spam!
  • We designed NeedTagger to help people and organizations connect with their market by listening carefully for problems and issues they can help with, then sharing information to do that – not to trick people into clicking links.
  • Spam adds noise to social communications & wastes everyone’s time
  • Spam violates the Terms of Use for most of the major networks including Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

For the record, here is how we define spam (courtesy of Wikipedia):

Spam is the use of electronic messaging systems to send unsolicited bulk messages indiscriminately. While the most widely recognized form of spam is e-mail spam, the term is applied to similar abuses in other media: instant messaging spamUsenet newsgroup spam,Web search engine spamspam in blogswiki spamonline classified ads spam, mobile phone messaging spamInternet forum spam,junk fax transmissionssocial networking spam, television advertising and file sharing network spam.

It is named for Spam, a luncheon meat, by way of a Monty Python sketch in which Spam is included in almost every dish.

We like that last part, by the way – big Python fans around here.