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Diffremt IPs for different accounts?

Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by rc_ninja, Jan 2, 2009.

  1. rc_ninja

    rc_ninja Newbie

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    Last week I started outsourcing articles to submit to AC for the first time.

    I created 5 accounts and submitted no more than 10 articles per account. All accounts had different e-mail addresses that were linked to the same Paypal ID and I checked most of the articles in Copyscape and they passed.

    Yesterday I was expecting to have many offers from AC, but to my surprise 4 of my 5 accounts were flagged as spam. It sucks!

    Now I need some advice. My theory is that my accounts were banned because they were all created the same day and with the same IP, but I don't even know if AC checks IP's.

    Also, could I submit the articles that weren't published to my good account? Because I don't want to lose that account too.

    I'll be making more accounts now and see what happens. This time changing my IP address. Hopefully this time things will work out well ;)
     
  2. mdmoney

    mdmoney Junior Member

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    I am sure AC checks IP's. If they are checking for plagiarized content, they are checking for IP's. You might want to change your paypal email addresses too :)
    Let us know how it goes.
     
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  3. gun-shy315

    gun-shy315 Regular Member Premium Member

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    They obviously check IP's and I advise against submitting the same articles that were not published. You risk losing your last remaining account. Take the hit. Learn from your mistake and get smarter.

    You would have been better off submitting all articles through 1 account.

    Good Luck,
    gun-shy
     
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  4. kan-kan

    kan-kan Newbie

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    I have been confused, how about me as a newbie ?. I've submitted 10 articles in 2 two account. but read here, many newbie failed get money from AC now. give us (newbie) advice. tq
     
  5. rc_ninja

    rc_ninja Newbie

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    Yeah, you guys are right.

    Losing money the very first time you decide to outsource sucks, but I guess that's the price to pay for the learning experience.

    By the way, does anybody knows a good method to change the IP address? I use Tor for regular web surfing, but I think AC would suspect when I use it; I'll give it a shot anyways.

    thanks for the help
     
  6. justone

    justone Elite Member

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    Take a look at the thread in my signature rc_ninja
    There you'l find most available methods to change your IP

    Make sure not only to change your IP
    Also remove cookies and check for flash cookies.
    If you create a lot of accounts rotate your useragent from time to time.
     
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  7. rc_ninja

    rc_ninja Newbie

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    hmm... nice info justone.

    I'm checking your thread right now and it is definitely something I'd like to try one of these days.