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question about twitter emails

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by Richjbh, Feb 29, 2016.

  1. Richjbh

    Richjbh Newbie

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    I have acquired quite a number of domains over the years. Most hosted with godaddy and a few with various others. I would like to make email accounts with these domains for the purpose of social account creation. Example: I have Twitter account A with an email from Domain A and Twitter account B with email on Domain B. Domain A and B are under the same godaddy hosting. Can Twitter link accounts A and B? In other words would this be an identifiable footprint?

    I have been using hotmail and gmail, but every time i lose a proxy i have a 50/50 shot of verification issues with these email accounts. Hopefully hosting my own emails would eliminate this frustration.

    thanks!
     
  2. dandan594594

    dandan594594 Power Member

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    Creating accounts on your own domains is exactly the same as using gmail or hotmail etc

    The only footprint I can think of is if you build 100's or 1000's of accounts from these domains in a short space of time.
     
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  4. Richjbh

    Richjbh Newbie

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    i understand how to make these emails...my question is, can twitter tell (when i click on email verifications for example) that the email domains are under the same hosting plan and therefore belong to the same person?
     
  5. HoNeYBiRD

    HoNeYBiRD Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    that's one sure-fire way to link those twitter accs together, which may cause problems at some point, if OP plans with these accs for long term, i wouldn't risk it, especially when he has plenty of domains

    OP, you don't have to worry about the domains being on the same host, as long as the domains are different, you will be just fine
     
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  6. Richjbh

    Richjbh Newbie

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    excellent news! tyvm