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Turning Accounts Legit

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by Italian Hawk, Jun 2, 2016.

  1. Italian Hawk

    Italian Hawk Power Member

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    Forgive me if this has been answered in some in depth guides, my searches didn't reveal what I was looking for. Would love you to link me to them if so and we can let this topic die.

    This isn't necessarily specific to Twitter. Let's say I get an Instagram or Twitter account to the point where I no longer want to use any software. I've been using proxies previously. What are my options for legitimizing these accounts? By this I mean, remove as much possibility of suspension as possible and possibly verifying them somehow.

    A few things. First, it is likely not wise to tie all of these to a single IP. I wouldn't want them to bring down my whole network of successful niches so I wouldn't bring them on to my actual ip. Second, actions will be ceased that involves following and unfollowing or any other types of behavior. The only automation would likely consist of scheduled posts. Third, ideally I would move any other junk accounts from operating on that proxy. Is that all it takes? Any more precautions or extra steps I could take? $1/month per account making hundreds per month is not of concern to me. If there are further ways to protect my accounts that involve reasonable monthly or one time expense I am interested.

    For the sake of scaling, assume I have 10 accounts now making $100+/month and obviously would like to repeat over and over.