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Is static IP enough for Tumblr, Twitter, Pinterest and Google Plus?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by whitefang, Feb 17, 2015.

  1. whitefang

    whitefang Registered Member

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    I plan to make a few accounts on the sites I mentioned above and Facebook. But I don't feel like buying proxies. Is a static IP enough?
    When I restart my modem I get a new IP address. I also clean my computer daily with CCleaner.
    I am very patient, meaning, one day I could do accounts from one niche, and tomorrow I could do accounts from a second niche?
    Is this a good idea? I'm thinking about long term.
    Thank you.
     
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  2. ChanzGrande

    ChanzGrande Elite Member

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    That's a lot of questions there actually. Each network has different setups, and account sign-up triggers. For example, if you log into a google account from a number of different IPs you might find big G disables your account, so you may find that getting a different IP each time you reset your router isn't always the best situation ... since you would be a lot better off ALWAYS using the same IP with any given google account.

    Just food for thought man. I think you are a ways out of creating accounts at these networks with any scale. You will need to do more research, and perhaps even some independent testing on each platform, and develop your account creation strategies. You have quite a bit to learn in my opinion.