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Question regarding twitter botting?

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by dutchie, Feb 7, 2016.

  1. dutchie

    dutchie Regular Member

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    What's up BHW? Long time member, but I've always been very inactive. Consistent lurker though.

    Long story short, I wanna get into the botting aspect of Twitter marketing even though I recognize I'm a year or 2 too late. It's worth a shot. I have a bot I plan on purchasing but my question is should I make the accounts on a proxy or should I make them from my home IP before throwing them on a VPS with proxies? And should I use the same phone # for all the accounts? I understand that Twitter has anti-botting measures now by constantly asking people to verify when they detect you're logging into accounts from different IPs.
     
  2. dutchie

    dutchie Regular Member

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    Bump. I need to know if I can register my several accounts from my home IP and throw a proxy on them AFTER. Or will that set off the email/phone verification process? Someone help please
     
  3. HammerDownTom

    HammerDownTom Registered Member

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    Run the accounts on the proxy they are created on. Creating them on a home IP then botting on a proxy will trip all sorts of Twitter alarms.
     
  4. dutchie

    dutchie Regular Member

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    Thanks for the answer.

    Is it possible to create them all on a proxy on a VPS? Not sure if I should run the proxies on my home IP on Chrome, create the accounts, then run them on the VPS?...or do the entire process on a VPS?

    Also, would the best way to create the accounts on a proxy just be applying the proxy to Chrome?
     
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  5. HammerDownTom

    HammerDownTom Registered Member

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    Couldn't tell ya, I've never used a VPS, but as long as you create the account through the proxy it doesn't matter which box you use to do it twitter only sees the proxy IP really.

    There are a million ways to use proxies but yeah setting Chrome up to use them is one way. Also good process / procedure is to clear all cookies between each account creation so twitter has a harder time tracking you.
     
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    You answered your question right here. You need to be using one vps, one proxy, one computer, one everything. I've been email verifying logins on an account for a week because i logged in one time with a different ip address
     
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    Make sure you delete cookies between creating each account with something line CCleaner.

    (Sorry just seen HammerDownTom put the same thing)
     
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  8. Bling Bling

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    It's never late, man!

    Create your own accounts using the same proxy that you will be using for the bot later. Use real SIM cards for for phone verification. Don't create and don't run more than 3 accounts on the same proxy and the same phone number. Start slow, don't push it too hard!
     
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  9. dutchie

    dutchie Regular Member

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    Ok well my only question is ..

    Is it ok to create the email accounts associated with my twitter accounts from my home IP? I plan to run like 20 accounts. So I need 20 different emails. And I plan to use Google Voice for the phone verification. Only using U.S. proxies.
     
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    Yes emails dont matter so much.I would like to know where did you buyed the proxies? Im looking for some private proxies for Twitter too.
     
  11. dutchie

    dutchie Regular Member

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    I didn't buy the proxies yet. This is my first time ever running anything on a VPS or owning a VPS for that matter. As I get more comfortable with the software and the logistics of things I'll throw proxies on there

    My only question now is does anyone know why the bot cant connect to my account's emails via the IMAP thing? I made sure I enabled IMAP on the email accounts. Put the correct info in the bot, and I still get an error message. I'm using Gmail.

    Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server - Requires SSL
    imap.gmail.com
    Port: 993
    Requires SSL:Yes
    Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server - Requires TLS
    smtp.gmail.com
    Port: 465 or 587
    Requires SSL: Yes
    Requires authentication: Yes
    Use same settings as incoming mail server