Can't make new subreddit

Nw_Work

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Nov 23, 2019
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Tried using new aged account 1 karma point (With all anon techniques activated obviously) to make a subreddit but it bans after few hrs or even instantly. Tried this using 2 accs so far different IP, device, enviroment etc
Anyone else tested this and had success using above type of blank aged account?
 
If the subreddit gets banned without you doing anything else, then there is some issue with the account. But even if the account is perfectly fine, the subreddit can get banned if you start posting links immediately there. You should warm up new subreddits first before using them to advertise things.
 
If the subreddit gets banned without you doing anything else, then there is some issue with the account. But even if the account is perfectly fine, the subreddit can get banned if you start posting links immediately there. You should warm up new subreddits first before using them to advertise things.
Understand this
Have you tried blank aged account with one karma point(no recent activity) to make a sub and see if it lasts?
 
"Aged account with no recent activity" aka no warm up - You are gonna have a bad time.
 
"Aged account with no recent activity" aka no warm up - You are gonna have a bad time.
Haha kind of am lol, but I am not certain even if aged account had karma and no recent activity possible make new sub
 
what is idea?
Try using a properly warmed up account that already has some karma and age. Use consistent fingerprint, stay logged in, use proxy with static IP, or at least make sure the IP doesn't change mid-session.
 
Try using a properly warmed up account that already has some karma and age. Use consistent fingerprint, stay logged in, use proxy with static IP, or at least make sure the IP doesn't change mid-session.
I think karma plays a much bigger impact and prior activity/posts on acc
 
Tried using new aged account 1 karma point (With all anon techniques activated obviously) to make a subreddit but it bans after few hrs or even instantly. Tried this using 2 accs so far different IP, device, enviroment etc
Anyone else tested this and had success using above type of blank aged account?
Your problem is in the "aged" part of the process. In the last few months it doesn't even matter if the acc was boosted before.

Old account with no activity for months/years logs in out of the blue from a different location and starts doing suspicious things? You can't expect Reddit to NOT have a tool for flagging this pattern.

Just logging in is a risk if your set up is not perfect, let alone creating a subreddit. It's something only a handful of real users care to do.
 
Your problem is in the "aged" part of the process. In the last few months it doesn't even matter if the acc was boosted before.

Old account with no activity for months/years logs in out of the blue from a different location and starts doing suspicious things? You can't expect Reddit to NOT have a tool for flagging this pattern.

Just logging in is a risk if your set up is not perfect, let alone creating a subreddit. It's something only a handful of real users care to do.
But it can be real activity too since imagine for example I have twitter account which i have used earlier and not logged into years and if I choose to can now go and use it doesn't mean it is not real.

Location wise valid point but when do above actions location was same as earlier login via IP
 
I think karma plays a much bigger impact and prior activity/posts on acc
sure for making a subreddit you need a really good account, lots of karma and all that, but you can't even get to that point if you don't have fingerprinting and proxies down else you'll get shadowbanned sooner or later
 
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