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My method is this:

  1. I buy worldwide aged Gmail accounts from 2014.
  2. I log in from my phone and warm up for 24 hours (10 together) Italian IP
  3. After 48 hours I change my password and username
  4. I log out of all accounts and restart data connection (rotate IP)
  5. Another 24 hours and I log in to the account, locate myself in 3 gmb pages with fake gps.
  6. 24 hours later I login from pc with Firefox and go to public section on Google Maps.
  7. I leave the review
  8. I exit the account
  9. I delete the history
  10. Change IP

This is for the first few reviews, consider that I have 30 links and 10 accounts, my idea was to manage the accounts and do 30 reviews for each so 10 per gmb.
After doing 9 reviews in 7 days per account the reviews were 70% filtered.

May be a good idea to post the review from mobile and not from desktop?
 

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I've noticed that if I post a maximum of 6 reviews per account they seem to stay sticky. Above this threshold they are filtered at 70%.
 

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hello, i also have a problem with my feedback. If someone finds a solution, let him write, I will pay for the technology. I use a proxy mobile and a masking program and after 48 it filters my reviews. The accounts are fresh in 2014
 

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hello, i also have a problem with my feedback. If someone finds a solution, let him write, I will pay for the technology. I use a proxy mobile and a masking program and after 48 it filters my reviews. The accounts are fresh in 2014
Are the accounts from the same country as you?
 

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My method is this:

  1. I buy worldwide aged Gmail accounts from 2014.
  2. I log in from my phone and warm up for 24 hours (10 together) Italian IP
  3. After 48 hours I change my password and username
  4. I log out of all accounts and restart data connection (rotate IP)
  5. Another 24 hours and I log in to the account, locate myself in 3 gmb pages with fake gps.
  6. 24 hours later I login from pc with Firefox and go to public section on Google Maps.
  7. I leave the review
  8. I exit the account
  9. I delete the history
  10. Change IP

This is for the first few reviews, consider that I have 30 links and 10 accounts, my idea was to manage the accounts and do 30 reviews for each so 10 per gmb.
After doing 9 reviews in 7 days per account the reviews were 70% filtered.

May be a good idea to post the review from mobile and not from desktop?
This won't work (most cases) the best way to get reviews, is to buy them from the marketplace here.
 

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I agree with the colleague ''

smm jacopo''​


I also want to know how it works. In fact, my accounts were bought but registered somewhere in India.I want to use them in Europe
 

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I agree with the colleague ''

smm jacopo''​


I also want to know how it works. In fact, my accounts were bought but registered somewhere in India.I want to use them in Europe
In my opinion the problem is the accounts, I am testing a new strategy. Let's see how it goes.
Europe in which state are you?
 

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I need to do the same with google. i have an extra iphone and i am going to use windscribe to get ips from the same city as my client in the usa. i think those aged gmails need to do a few minor reviews for other things before using on the company reviews. like review Homedepot and Walmart locally with the same ip. after a few reviews are done logoff and chnage the ip with the vpn and do it with another g account? what do you guys think?
 
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Hello, I tried this procedure. But I don't think this is the method. It has to be a little different.
I've noticed that if I post a maximum of 6 reviews per account they seem to stay sticky. Above this threshold they are filtered at 70%.
 

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Perhaps it makes sense to buy a ready-made google local guide account? And in the future to use it already.
 

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Try registering the accounts yourself. Automatically registered accounts die even by themselves.
 

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The amount of data Google collects is huge, meaning they have many ways to identify you. Also a simple warmup isn't gonna do it in most cases, it's not natural to have very inactive accounts suddenly be active, post a review and then go dark again. I used accounts I made myself a few months ago, verified using phone numbers I bought in store. There is more like browser stuff etc, you'll have to make quite an investment (mostly in time) and a bit of money.
 

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My method is this:

  1. I buy worldwide aged Gmail accounts from 2014.
  2. I log in from my phone and warm up for 24 hours (10 together) Italian IP
  3. After 48 hours I change my password and username
  4. I log out of all accounts and restart data connection (rotate IP)
  5. Another 24 hours and I log in to the account, locate myself in 3 gmb pages with fake gps.
  6. 24 hours later I login from pc with Firefox and go to public section on Google Maps.
  7. I leave the review
  8. I exit the account
  9. I delete the history
  10. Change IP

This is for the first few reviews, consider that I have 30 links and 10 accounts, my idea was to manage the accounts and do 30 reviews for each so 10 per gmb.
After doing 9 reviews in 7 days per account the reviews were 70% filtered.

May be a good idea to post the review from mobile and not from desktop?
This method used to work 2 years ago. To give you a tip use Multilogin with cookie data+ human activity
 

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This method used to work 2 years ago. To give you a tip use Multilogin with cookie data+ human activity
I am only using 2014 accounts from mobile, directly from the Google Maps app and the results so far are great. In 4 months 0% drop but I am worried that these will be removed in the future
 

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I am only using 2014 accounts from mobile, directly from the Google Maps app and the results so far are great. In 4 months 0% drop but I am worried that these will be removed in the future
it will get removed when you scale, there will be a data leak. Worst case when there is an update in Google algorithm. Cookie data is required and human activity is must
 
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