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How to Keep Multiple Yahoo Answers Account Safe

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by krishnaverma, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. krishnaverma

    krishnaverma Power Member

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    What I am doing currently:
    1)When I reconnect my IP, it gives a new IP. So I create a new Yahoo account and then go to Yahoo answers to answer some questions. Then I disconnect and connect the internet again. It gives a new IP and then I repeat the whole procedure again. I tried with 10 accounts. After few days when I logged in the 10 accounts, 3 were alive while 7 were suspended.

    What I am doing wrong? How are you guys keeping the accounts safe? Note that I have yet not added any link to any answer in these accounts.
     
  2. avi619

    avi619 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Probably yahoo answers left cookie in your browser..and then it knows that you are the same user?
     
  3. krishnaverma

    krishnaverma Power Member

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    So I need to delete cookies and this will work.
     
  4. avi619

    avi619 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Not sure.but yeah worth a try :)
     
  5. dunhill

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    use ccleaner to delete cookies .. I have 5 acc and still in good shape. :)
     
  6. krishnaverma

    krishnaverma Power Member

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    You use it cccleaner now. I mean after answering a question we have to use it ?
     
  7. ShabbySquire

    ShabbySquire Power Member

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    Is your profile set to private? Somebody (a competitor/snitch) can see which questions you've answered.

    Also depends which category you're targeting, as some are competitive than others.
     
  8. kingroomx

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    Why don't you use a totally different browser from the one you normally use to browse everyday. Clear your cookies when you are done with each account. Thats how I swap accounts with most sites.
     
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  9. zonfar

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    I used to just open an incognito window in chrome, then when done with that account close the window then switch ip then open another incognito. a fast way to start with fresh cookies etc..
     
  10. PunjabiYaaar

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    Yes use incognito window in chrome to make your accounts safe :)
     
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  11. closedCaption

    closedCaption Regular Member

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    Yahoo leaves flash cookies. Remove those and normal ones and it will work for you.
     
  12. AzonGeek

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    I am using just this Chrome Plugin.
    Code:
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/clear-cache/cppjkneekbjaeellbfkmgnhonkkjfpdn?utm_source=chrome-ntp-icon
     
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    b0rhui Registered Member

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    If i'm using this method to post answers on yahoo (with content unlock links) will I get banned?
     
  14. zonfar

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    Depends how spammy/against the rules it is. I found the only way to deal with YA is with mass accounts not worrying if accounts get banned or not, because theres a very good chance they will.
     
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    b0rhui Registered Member

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    Tried posting answers with link yesterday, got banned within 1 hour :confused:
     
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    Do you think it is okay to post helpful, not spammy looking answers and drop your link to a CPA offer? It is even answered by a Level 2 account? The problem is that the domain I am using is .co.cc so maybe this triggers some kind of alert on Yahoo! answers?

    Sincerely,
    anfyd
     
  17. DigitalCity

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    Have CCleaner, Firefox, and ability to assign new IP with router/modem.

    Step by Step:

    1.Login to YA, answer, ask, post, link whatever.
    2.Click on History in FF, right click on YA links and Click on "forget about this site"
    3. Close browser, Open up CCleaner and make sure "cookies and cache are checked off" click delete.
    4. Restart modem/router, obtain new IP address. (this is not always needed if you only use a cpl of accounts.
    but better safe than sorry.
    5. Open FF back up and go to ipchicken and make sure you have new fresh IP.
    6. log back into YA and repeat....


    Hope this helps and is straight to the point...
     
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  18. rockong

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    That's a good suggestion that works well for the users of our yahoo answers bot. I would recommend this method as well.
     
  19. Stellar

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    If I use incognito, I no longer need to use CCleaner right?
     
  20. geese.sherman

    geese.sherman Registered Member

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    As someone else mentioned, its also important to delete your FLASH COOKIES. This cannot be done with CCleaner. You need to go to adobe's flash site and delete them there. Google "Flash Cookie Delete" or download a flash cookie deleter for free to streamline the process.

    Remember, time is money. - And you dont want to be wasting your time and money by not stream lining your process and not covering your tracks.