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Twitter Accounts Dying Fast

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by mistablackhat00, Oct 4, 2011.

  1. mistablackhat00

    mistablackhat00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I've been using Tweetattacks for Twitter marketing for the past few months and it's been working fine, but now my accounts have been dying within the first 2-3 tweets. My supplier used to give me accounts with female names, but recently the accounts have been like "wyoiyeshd" and random things like that. Do you think it's the method I'm using or does it sound like I should get a new supplier?

    Thanks BHW :)
     
  2. mistablackhat00

    mistablackhat00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Some guy on Fiverr, I think it's "vanarith."
     
  3. pokerjk

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    What settings are you using for your modules? Twitter is a bitch.
     
  4. mistablackhat00

    mistablackhat00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    (In Wait and Reply) I'm using 5 accounts at once, on one IP address. Posting every 76-97 seconds. Links are being made unique. 1-3 normal tweets every 3-6 tweets. They're getting suspended within two minutes of starting.
     
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    naskootbg Power Member

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    I lose my 12 accounts with more than 25k followers yesterday. I know the reason: I post the same url in all accounts and next login all accounts (twitter attack) from the same IP.

    I use "Twitter bomb" for replays. It load IP`s directly from the web. The accounts are live 24 hours even they are not verified by email.
     
  6. mistablackhat00

    mistablackhat00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I guess they're cracking down even more than before!

    Could you hook me up with a link to that program, it sounds perfect for me 'cause I only use Tweet Attacks for Wait and Reply anyway.
     
  7. Funkychicken

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    It's not just me then. I had 7 accounts suspended yesterday, all being built up through Tweet Attacks. 4 of them are client accounts :( Well the client assured me he would be posting 3 tweets per day per account while we built the followers, which he hasn't posted a single tweet in 7 weeks, so that wouldn't have helped. But the other 3 accounts which got hosed did have recent tweets, and have never done direct messaging or wait and reply with them. So I'm wondering if Twitter have found a footprint of some sort being left by TA.
     
  8. mcgoohan6

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    I've recently lost two accounts that had been built up with TA. Both were over a year old. Neither used Wait and Reply ever and my follow/unfollow was always below 199/day. After I lost the first account, I really mixed things up as far as settings went. I put the range of my repeat cycle from 23 - 36 hours, upped all the times between tasks and began retweeting a couple of non-linked tweets each day. I mixed up retweets so that not every account of mine was used. All of my accounts had twitterfeed and autoblog feeds and of the two lost accounts, they probably didn't post more than 20 times in a day.

    Twitter is really tightening things up. I went for a year without losing any account. They are also banning proxies. I have always used private proxies. Last month I switched providers after all of their proxies were banned. It looks like they banned the range I'm in currently with my new provider. I'll see if I can get new ones.
     
  9. Neo240

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    I read somewhere that you should have a gap between tweets. It was 3 or 10 mins i forgot.But the thread was in BHW.
     
  10. imserious

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    The gap should be greater than 3 minutes...
     
  11. Scritty

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    3 minutes + 480 tweets a day. WAY too many.
    Also link frequency is WAY too high.

    Those figures have not been sustainable for about a year.

    1 tweet every 20 minutes with 8 hours downtime a day (twitter knows people have to sleep)
    1 link every 5 tweets

    More than one destination URL (main domain) for your links (the more the better)

    For many this ruins the idea of using twitter as an affiliate medium. They can't sustain their cash flow within these parameters.

    If your one of them - I'm sorry - but that's the way it is now.


    Scritty
     
  12. mistablackhat00

    mistablackhat00 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I don't mind blowing through accounts though, I'm not trying to build them up. Just last week I could get off 100-200 tweets before the account died..
     
  13. pokerjk

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    How do you set tweet attacks to post every 20minutes and then have an 8hour break?

    With wait and reply you can only set the delay of the next @reply message?
     
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    Why complicate things? Just stop before you go to sleep then start again in the morning.
     
  15. pokerjk

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    That's not always possible in my shoes and would make the whole process a lot less automated.