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Can't post to Twitter 226 error

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by emrinho, Mar 12, 2015.

  1. emrinho

    emrinho Registered Member

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    Hey all,

    I'm between jobs atm so I've been experimenting with different things as a distraction, I found a post on this forum about posting to twitter a sexy picture and a link to traffic sale. So why not right? I'm a seasoned programmer so creating a dashboard where I add (authenticate with oauth stuff) twitter accounts and bind them to nsfw subreddits was a one night job and its autopilot now. It's posting, following, unfollowing and everything. I'm seeing pennies in my plugrush account.

    Then I wanted to use crakrevenues cam offers as the link. But no matter what I tried, twitter didn't let me post my url's this time. I'm already masking them via bit.ly. Then I created my own url redirect on my own domain, still no luck. My current url redirect flow is: t.co -> bit.ly -> my domain redirect -> crakrevenue landing page.

    Anyone bypassed this with success in the past? Any advice?

    Thanks.
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Maybe you should create a landing site and point the links there. Then cloak them out for twitter traffic and redirect to CPA offer.
     
  3. awfulsad

    awfulsad Newbie

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    yes i think they monitor the final landing page of those shortened urls. and if too many people report, the fingerprint(affiliate string) of that landing page will get blacklisted
     
  4. akany

    akany Registered Member

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    I have my own redirect, I check the user agent of the visitor, if it's a real user then I forward it - if it's a twitter or bitly bot, then I just show a site with a couple of pictures.