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TweetAdder4 Twitter account got suspended within 4 days, only following 50 people a day?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by sammy95, Dec 6, 2013.

  1. sammy95

    sammy95 Newbie

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    I have TweetAdder 4 and i have 14 accounts on it, my first 11 accounts i have had for about a month and follow around 100 a day with them and i've had the random suspension here and there from accidentally following to many people. I made few more accounts and started with following only 50 people a day but with 4 days the new accounts have been suspended a few times over, one more time and they will be permanently banned, i don't know why this is because 50 people a day, not unfollowing anyone and only 1 tweet a day doesn't seem like anything that bad to become banned from.

    I can't think of anything that would have them constantly get suspended, maybe when i follow people with tweet adder it follows them too fast and aggressive, is there a way to delay the following time? Or maybe they have noticed i have all these accounts with tweet adder somehow?

    Any thoughts/ ideas.
     
  2. heartofgold

    heartofgold Regular Member

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    Problem could be the 1 tweet a day part. If you're following a bunch of people you should be tweeting more.
     
  3. eqpaisley

    eqpaisley Junior Member

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    Tweet frequency is not an issue. As long as there are SOME tweets you're fine. Believe it or not, 50 people a day with a new account is now potentially problematic. The ratio of account age to follow ability has been dramatically curtailed, twitter knows that the mail goal of spammers and fake account holders is to grow accounts quickly and they are doing everything they can to stop it.

    Are you using multiple IPs? Are your IP consistent (twitter flags accounts that frequently change IPs while following repeatedly as possible spam).

    Are you unfollowing (quickest way to get suspended)?

    With a new account I follow about 10-15 people a day (random, not the same every day) for about 2-3 weeks. When I have about 100 followers I up that to 20-30 a day and so on.

    if you're intent on fast building of accounts, buy some aged accounts here on the marketplace, then you'll have a little more breathing room.