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Best Private Proxies For Twitter?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by ScreamingMidget, Jan 4, 2015.

  1. ScreamingMidget

    ScreamingMidget Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I've been using MyPrivateProxy.net however I keep getting accounts banned that all use a certain IP range (first 3 digits). I've been using bots for a few years on Twitter so know I don't mass follow. The only thinking is that other people in the same range are mass following and therefore they get 1 account banned and so Twitter ban any account that's been using that IP range as well.

    Whilst I know how to get them unsuspended, it can take a few days and I'm wondering whether changing providers will help?

    Does anybody have any input?

    Is there an alternative to using Private proxies, such as a hosting service that will provide me with X number of different IPs?
     
  2. ShaNi

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    if you finding same range of blocked /24 ips then its not possible
    only that /24 ips issues on that proxy seller but you can find easily
    on same country and cities subnets of ips :)

    Mostly guys are using Private proxies on twitter follows bots and
    its work perfectly, yes you saying correct so many proxy seller's
    shared also same ips to other subs as well for twitter follows
    that why twitter banned same ips

    but that never happen our Service of private proxies and that
    is basic reason our service of private proxies are still clean Ips ;)
    check on my signature Clean US ips
     
  3. ScreamingMidget

    ScreamingMidget Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Can anybody else give their 2 pence as to which services they have used for Twitter?
     
  4. joneyb

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    Would like more info on this matter as well
     
  5. satyr85

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    Edit:
    OP dont want service offers in his thread.

    Even i could create big database of most IP blocks owned by datacenters (those IPs are mostly not used by real people) Twitter can and add such IP blocks to "half blacklist" list so if small strange activity is seen from this IPs acc is suspended. This can be reason of your problems - you use proxies and its possible that twitter know you are not real user because your IP is owned by hosting provider, not internet provider.

    Solution are residential IPs but its more than hard to get them.
     
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  6. ScreamingMidget

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    This isn't a thread to be honest for people to come on and sell their service.

    It's for people who have experience as a customer.
     
  7. akacash

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    Look at http://sslprivateproxy.com/. They have excellent proxies, and will work with you to make sure that you're not getting banned because of the IPs. http://www.proxy-n-vpn.com/ is another place that will be able to work with you as well. I would highly suggest changing providers. I've actually had some pretty rough experience with MPP in the past. I would check out those 2 places first, as they're both represented here making it that much easier to reach out to them if you have questions. For Twitter, Facebook, etc, you don't just want any old "private proxies", they'll end up causing way more headaches. You're best bet is to spend a couple of bucks to get it right the 1st time.
     
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