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500+ Twitter account banned , Need Some Suggestions

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by huipass, Dec 27, 2009.

  1. huipass

    huipass Newbie

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    I use different ip to creat twitter account.And different ip to post.
    And use website to automate add 80 people/day/account

    I don't know what is the problem with twitter?
     
  2. vxdxm

    vxdxm Newbie

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    strange I add 300+ people a day, still going
     
  3. netjedi

    netjedi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I know, stop spamming :)
    500+ account is a lot!
    Why don't you have a smaller number of accounts like....
    err... 1 or 2 or 4 and use them properly?

    I add 1000 on one account
    and 500 on my other account.

    No problem
     
  4. sendlerad

    sendlerad Regular Member

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    even few tousand accounts are ok, if made right.
    You should use real looking information, leech pictures from social sites,

    use fakenamegenerator.com/order.php bulk data option, this way you can get unlimited list real looking names and surnames and BIO data, and location data..

    also if your account creator supports changing background images use some free ones or rotate twitter default backg. images.

    As for me safe number to follow for 1 twitter account is about 800-900 people.

    Make some real looking firsts tweets, 2-3 like . > Hi just made my twitter account. Going shoppig ... etc.

    then follow 800-900 people, and then post your spammy tweet,. You should get some nice traffic from email clients and twitter directly.

    Then unfollow all people who dont followed you back and use those accounst for following again after few days, just now follow only like 500-600 people. and post same or diff. spam tweet again.

    this type of accounst are good for trend spamming as well, because most likely you wont get reported for tweeting same tweet over and over again, because you will not have many followers...
     
  5. kallen

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    Hmm... ok, I just hopped back on the twitter wagon again after several months. about 2-3 months ago I created 500 twitter accounts and just let them sit there and age for awhile thinking it might help keep the suspensions lower... it didn't... While 100% of the accounts that were created were still good, they just ddn;t last at all once I used them the first time. I just fired up my follower tool which uses private proxies (of which I have 68 'shared' private proxies) and followed between 45-90 people on each one, rotating through my proxies as it goes. I used another tool to post 2 generic tweets with no links or anything. This tool also uses private proxies (supposedly) but it does use the api instead of the web... Also I did have a a different shorturl in each bio (which all have random pics and random backgrounds for every account) that was pretty much a blatant spam link that went through my blog using cpa redirector direct to a gift card offer. Each shorturl was unique, and from various different services, but all had the same final destination.... 1 round of this and BAM next day over 75% of the accounts were suspended... What I'd like to know is, what do you think the primary cause of this is... the tools? not enough proxies? People reporting the url in my bio as spam (I did not tweet any links at all)? Combination or all of the above? Thoughts? I'm so bummed cuz I WAS doing about $300 a month with only 100 accounts a few months back when they all got nailed with one twitters updates (when they didn't even look at IP's) and I'm trying to stage a comeback in a much bigger way! Managing 500accts is actually just my test subjects to figure out how twitter is catching on to multiple accounts exactly...
     
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  6. kallen

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    Hey, I know, why don't we all quit coming to BHW and start spending more time in church passing out business cards for our shoe-repair businesses from now on!
     
  7. BoutMine

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    If anyone knows how twitter is catching on to all accounts please post I cant keep accounts alive longer than 48 hrs unless i make them and let them sit don't add friends or anything. Please help. Thanks
     
  8. netjedi

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    Sure we can do that =)
     
  9. jadog

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    I bet its because you are doing a set number of accounts daily. You may want to randomize how many add request your software is doing perday. Set a range.
     
  10. Slaza

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    I have 20 Twitter accounts and have never had a problem. You do need to have a different email address with each account. And I use the same IP with each one.
     
  11. HerzoG

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    Thats very strange...I've seen twitter ban accounts because all the tweets were automated with bit.ly links etc back to money sites.

    Maybe mass create a load of accounts, let them age for a while and mix up your automated update tweets with real tweets and see what happens from there.

    Also, definitely use a different account with every twitter account. Zero footprints.