It has recently come to our attention that we have been too lenient in our approach to social media. It was only yesterday that the official TSJ twitter handle gave out culinary guidance with regards to cooking pasta - and to make the situation worse, it gave further advice about cooking steak earlier today.
Upon the discovery of this shocking information, we decided to undertake an internal investigation with regards to TSJ Contributors and were extremely disappointed with our findings. Our writers, including both editors, have been 'retweeting' information, linking other Twitter users to sites that are not thestudentjournals.co.uk. Obviously, since we are in the business of running this website with the sole reason of earning tonnes of cash, we must strongly advise (think 'you have to') that our writers stop sending their followers to other URLs.
We have also come to the conclusion that our writers have been retweeting 'brand-new information' being posted online by journalists. Rather than doing so, we would prefer that you instead stop giving your followers this information and instead post an article for The Student Journals about each new story and then send out a 'tweet' with a link to your own article on our website. It need not matter if the news has then become rather old and the world has moved on to the bigger story, the important thing is to link back to our website.
One more thing we have learnt is that TSJ writers have been retweeting users from alternative sites and we simply cannot condone such behaviour. Rather, we strongly implore you to only retweet other writers from The Student Journals. Essentially, do not retweet information posted by other journalists or people on Twitter. There is also the added concern that such information could be wrong and you could be leading people into believing the truth.
We wish you all a good evening and thank you for understanding.
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