Twitter is among the top social networking sites on the internet. As a business or website owner, it is very important that you create a Twitter page for your business or website. Creating a twitter account for you business and website does not mean you are free to fully enjoy the service as there are rules and regulations you will have to obey. Any deviation from these rules will automatically get your account suspended or banned.
Twitter’s purpose is to serve the public conversation. Violence, harassment and other similar types of behavior discourage people from expressing themselves, and ultimately diminish the value of global public conversation. The rules are to ensure everyone can participate in the public conversation freely and safely. So if you have logged into your Twitter account only to realize that your account has been suspended, here are most probable reasons why.
Remember that being suspended is different from being banned (deactivated). The difference between a suspension and a ban is that suspensions are temporary while a ban is permanent. Twitter may choose to suspend any account at any time. Common reasons for suspension can be found on the Twitter’s rules and policy page, and it is expected you adhere to these rules so as not to have your account deactivated.
Is your Twitter account suspended? All you need to do is to log in to your suspended or locked account on Twitter and then visit https://help.twitter.com/forms/general to submit an appeal. Your appeal will be reviewed and you will be contacted with further steps on how to get your account unsuspended. This process might take seven or more days but you should exercise patience.