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One of the feature Twitter is having that it lets you geotag your tweets. By this way, you can share your location with your followers. But unlike Facebook, you can only share the town or city from where you are tweeting. You can not geotag your tweets from your exact location.

Also what if you want to geotag a fake location to your tweets for some purpose? For example, you want to show to some people that you are at a place where you are not exactly at that moment. There is a simple solution for both of these issues.

Geotag Fake Locations on Your Tweets
Have a look at the above screenshot of one of my tweet which is having a fake geotag . According to this, I tweeted this from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. But actually, I have posted this tweet thousands of miles away from that location. And you can do that too.

Just follow the steps given in the video below to geotag a fake location to your tweets on Twitter. You can also read the instruction given below the embedded video.

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How to Geotag Your Tweets from A Fake Location


1. First of all, go to your Twitter account settings. Look for the "Tweet Location" option and check the option saying "Add a location to my Tweets". Save the settings

2. Now go to the URL PleaseDontStalkMe.com and sign in with your Twitter account

3. One the new page, you will find a location search bar given at the top of the page. Type and look for the desired location in the search bar which you want to geotag on your tweet. You can also drag the marker on the map to locate the desired place.

4. Once the location is found, type the tweet in the text box given and click on the Tweet button. You will get a notification that your tweet has been posted.

5. Now, just go back to your Twitter profile and look for the tweet you have just posted. You can find the fake location geotagged on your tweet.

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