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Running my own twitter bot... Accounts keep getting suspended!

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by DarkTech, Jul 1, 2013.

  1. DarkTech

    DarkTech Newbie

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    I've been developing my own twitter bot.. It works perfectly fine, logs in, follows, unfollows, sends out tweets, etc. It behaves like a normal person.

    However, too many accounts are getting suspended. I'm currently running it with 150 or so accounts, and I'm losing 3-4 accounts every day to suspension. I only follow about 90 people a day on each account, and I wait about 1-2 seconds between follows.

    What am I doing wrong?
     
  2. Dennyy

    Dennyy Regular Member

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    1-2 seconds is way too quick, try 15 to 30 seconds. The longer the better honestly.
     
  3. SPPChristian

    SPPChristian Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    What I recommend to all my Twitter clients is to use no more then 3-4 accounts / proxy, to keep the threads as low as they can with a delay of 10-30 seconds.
     
  4. Swiftyy

    Swiftyy Newbie

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    as long as possible, won't get susspended
     
  5. anonydev171

    anonydev171 Regular Member

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    maybe the proxies are too exposed?
    What type of Proxies Are You Using?
    Although it is getting very hard to create hundreds of twitter Accounts, most of the seller are having huge problems with twitter update.
     
  6. SpookSEO

    SpookSEO Senior Member

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    Maybe there's something wrong with your proxies. And the 1-2 second second follow is just too fast.