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Pprofmedias is not a Hootsuite user and is using a website offered to anyone who can access the public website.
It seems that Pprofmedias have replaced their 'unsubscribe' link with our website address, so users believe we are spamming. Unfortunately, as you have already gathered, this unsubscribe button does not work.
If you could block or mark the sender as spam within your email client this should help to prevent the emails while we work on resolving this issue.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Changes to Twitter's Character Count
We all know that GIFs can take a Tweet from 0 to 100. Unfortunately, adding media attachments like GIFs or images to Tweets could often push them over the 140 character limit.
Luckily, Twitter has made some changes to what is counted in the character limit!
When sending a Tweet from your Hootsuite dashboard, attachments like photos, GIFs, and videos will no longer use characters. That means your Tweets can now be exactly 140 characters and still include a file attachment. So, time to up your GIF game!
As usual, for any questions comment below, or Tweet us @Hootsuite_Help!
From your friendly Hootsuite Owls