We prefer to reserve “spammer” for users who use their Stack Exchange accounts to post marketing links here. It’s not really any of our business if a user has a Twitter account which is used for selling things. For that matter, the network-wide consensus is that it’s just fine if a user has marketing links in their Stack Exchange profile (ahem). It doesn’...


I'm promoting this comment by knzhou to an answer: We get worse questions every day. Downvote, flag, and move on.


The distinction between having social features (like a profile page and chat) and being a social network is also discussed in this mother meta question and in particular this answer. Jeff Atwood explains the importance of having not only a main site and a meta but also a chat in the blog post introducing chat thus: Because you not only need a place to have ...

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