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Blogger Woes

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by harry black, Jun 29, 2012.

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  1. harry black

    harry black Registered Member

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    Wasn't really sure if this belongs in this section or perhaps proxies, anyway here's my issue.

    I've been using TOR and various phone numbers to create Google Accounts. It seems my Blogger blogs created from these accounts keep getting flagged as spam and deleted and I'm not sure why. I've not been changing my session in TOR so I think my IP will have remained the same, all content on my blogs was completely originally and not spammy in the slightest - so it's pretty annoying. I really like Blogger but it seems when using them through TOR it keep having these issues.

    Does anyone know what I might be doing that would flag my blogs as spam? Are there some settings in TOR I could alter to get around the issue assuming it is IP related? I'm reluctant to waste any more time with Blogger and/or TOR and just move to another platform if Google is so sensitive. Any advice would be really appreciated. Thank you
     
  2. Vergo Igo Ti

    Vergo Igo Ti Registered Member

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    I don't understand why you're using TOR in the first place.

    You can just make like a couple gmail accounts without any proxy at all.

    If you really want to have different IP's, get like a VPN, TOR is kinda easy to detect as a proxy.

    Most likely your accounts are marked as spam because Google can detect you're using TOR. About the only people TOR protects you from are crappy 3rd world governments with limited capability...not much else.

    Strong VPN is a good one, or OpenVPN.
     
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  3. harry black

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    Ok, thanks for the info. I wanted to create the accounts from different IPs so they aren't linked to my 'real' account. I've been using TOR because I found it a lot better than any of the free proxy sites and because it is also free. Seems like it's probably worth just paying for a VPN though to avoid this kind of thing, and for other uses.
     
  4. Kendkawa

    Kendkawa Newbie

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  5. harry black

    harry black Registered Member

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    eh?...