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Need help with Twitter, multiple accounts, and proxies

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by deanmoney, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. deanmoney

    deanmoney Junior Member

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    I wanted to get into twitter marketing but don't want all my accounts to get banned. Right now I set up 10 twitter accounts over a 1 year time period with the same IP. Seven of those I setup in the last week or so. I want to set up 5-10 more names but I keep hearing about only 10 names per IP. Is this true?

    Can I search hidemyass for a new proxy and use that when creating my last 5-10 accounts? Does twitter only need to see whos IP created the accounts? Will it be OK to log in with my own IP in the future? And will using hidemyass for proxies be good? If someone uses the same proxy and spams will my accounts be banned as well?

    I am also thinking about using hootsuite to post 15 tweets a day per account. Will 15 posts per day for lets say 20 accounts that tied in with hootsuite be an issue? Should I tweet not at the same time? Like 1 account starts at 7:00am, and next is 7:05 and so on. And for my 15 tweets only 10 will have links in them. The other 5 will just have tips in its niche to play it safe. And also all my links on each tweet will different since I heard twitter doesn't like the same link over and over again.

    Thanks for any help on this matter.
     
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  2. deanmoney

    deanmoney Junior Member

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    Nobody has any replies? I did spend over 3 hours searching for these answers before posting. Oh well.
     
  3. Autumn

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    Use as many proxies as you can. 10 per IP is the absolute max but it's very easy for them to ban the rest of the accounts that have used that IP to signup. I sign up to 1 account per IP per day.

    Some people report that they can run tons of accounts off the same IP but my own results indicate that Twitter does indeed log the IPs that are used to post to each account. Reusing IPs causes faster bannings.

    You really need a good proxy solution if you're going to automate Twitter. Even then there are tons of ways for them to ban you, the most obvious being user spam reports.

    Randomize the posting times of your tweets and avoid posting dupe tweets and exact dupe urls, at least by adding a query string.