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direct message

A form of private communication on social media sites or Internet forums. It is most commonly used as a verb. Direct message me if you have any questions. If you don't want everyone to see it, send a direct message instead of posting it.
See also: direct, message
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And so I compile a wonderful direct message back to Sam.
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8220;Every time you receive a direct message you should check with the sender that they have knowingly sent it to you.
The Energy Cost Savings Council (ECSC) has launched a national education campaign to convey a simple and direct message to Corporate America: The average building owner can cut energy costs up to 60 percent by replacing outdated, inefficient electrical equipment with new, high-tech electrotechnologies, a potential savings of $1 per square foot of space.
The bank said in a statement it will respond to queries instantly via a direct message in order to safeguard customer privacy.
To share a tweet, users have to long-press on the tweet and they will get an option to "Share via Direct Message.
com analyzes how parasitic spammer behavior has rendered the direct message function of Twitter useless to many Twitter members.
The former 'Two and a Half Men' star, hoping to send a direct message to Bieber to get him to call, tweeted, "310-954-7277 Call me bro.
Recently, reports said the micro-blogging site was testing a new feature that sends users direct message recommendations on who to follow.
In a direct message, his uncle said: "Please come home your mammy and daddy are very scared.
Users can compose a Direct Message right from the "Me" tab within the app, also now users can view Direct Messages from contacts in the BlackBerry Hub.
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