Disqus IP Ghosting

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  1. cottonwolf

    cottonwolf Regular Member

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  2. cottonwolf

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    Happily spamming means acting like a concerned citized and mentioning a stuff "I bought" from my own relevant URL. So nothing like the above. But tight cunts removed my urls and comments. Adware ridden jerkwads.
     
  3. cottonwolf

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    This is fun. I've made a third account on a vps, made 10 non-url comments, no problem, made an 11th and 12th comment with my domain url and both 11th and 12th got marked as spam. Fuck disqus. I'll start using bitly.
     
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    Been playing with/testing disqus the last few days. It seems that, although they do not advertise this, they ban domains. I can link to every site of mine except one - when I do it gets marked as spam. Using url shorteners does not seem to help.

    Try linking to a different site with an on-topic comment. If it goes through fine your domain has been banned most probably.

    That's basically where I am at now - working on cloaking now to see if I can get round it. It is important, I know why you are asking the Q's, as I used to get a ton of traffic from disqus when using the Meathead method.

    If I can figure out a formula for my VA to follow and get the traffic flowing again I will let you know.
     
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