I will start by explaining what I am doing and what I am trying to accomplish. I'm using Tweetattacks. I have created 100 Accounts. All 100 accounts are for a specific niche. Each account is going to be using whitehat methods. The blackhat method is using 100 accounts with each account being a completely fake identity. The main goal is to send traffic to my website and blog. I'm having trouble keeping accounts alive. Been trying this for 3 weeks and learning about things that can get accounts suspended. Each account is posting around 8 to 10 tweets per day. These are regular tweets that contain no links or hashtags. I was planning on posting 2 tweets per day with links to offers after about 1 Month of building followers. Most of my Accounts made it to 2 weeks live before all being suspended within a couple of days. Over the past week, I created another 100 Accounts only to have them suspended within a couple of days. Created another 100 Accounts and half of them got suspended and managed to save the other half before they got suspended. created another 50 accounts to replace the suspended ones. Here is what I have been doing which I think is the reason for the account suspensions. I'm using 25 Private Proxies. Using 4 accounts per proxy. I created 15 different Biographies and rotated them between the 100 Accounts. There would be approx. 7 accounts using the same Biography word for word. The locations for each Account are different. When creating the 100 accounts, I had used 10 of my own domains for the emails. Created a redirect for the catchalls for each domain to a Gmail Account. Been using Tweet Attacks account creator. It just checks the Gmail account to confirm all Emails. Here is why my Accounts are being suspended, IMO. I created 15 links for my website to be used for the website in my profile. So each account would not be listing the exact same website link. BUT .... all I did was create different directories and just put a redirect in each directory that redirects to the sites homepage. I'll use the gaming niche as an example. Each directory would just be the name of a popular game. But all website links have the same root domain. I also created 25 Socialoomph accounts and assigned 4 Twitter accounts to each Socialoomph account. Set them up to send each new follower a DM that contains one of the 15 links back to my site. After a Month, I was planning on using the Socialoomph accounts to make 2 tweets per day with links to offers for each account. I created 25 Twitterfeed accounts and assigned 4 Twitter accounts per Twitterfeed Account. I'm using the same URL shortener for each feed for all accounts. This is a problem because when I make a blog post, the exact same tweet with the same link is posted to all 100 Accounts. Maybe the reason why my accounts got flagged and suspended. My ips are not banned. If I keep going through accounts, I would not be surprised if they do end up being banned. The websites that I am using for the emails are not banned. BUT ... my main website that I have been using in my Profile and DM's has been banned. I'm quite certain of it. This is the website that I want to send all traffic to. My accounts get suspended within a day after I update the profiles with my Website. With the last batch of 100 accounts that I created, I DID NOT include any website in my profile whatsoever. BUT, I still setup my Socialoomph Accounts to send a DM to all new followers that contained a link back to my site. With these 100 Accounts, I only followed between 40 to 60 people the first day. The next day, I discovered half of them got suspended already. Probably from the DMs. So I quickly went into all Socialoomph Accounts and disabled all DMs. This was 3 days ago. Since I did that, all remaining accounts have been active and successfully posting Tweets. But there is absolutely nothing in the Tweets or the accounts itself that will direct a single visitor back to my site. I'm just trying to build followers while I try to figure out the best plan of action to take. I should also mention that my Accounts have been following between 100 to 125 a day. Only 40 to 60 per day for the first 3 days of the accounts life until there has been several tweets posted. I seriously doubt that my accounts have been suspended due to overly aggressive following. I created a list of 1000 Tweets with no links or hashtags whatsoever. Tweetattacks is using the same 1000 tweets for each Account and I scheduled Tweet Attacks to post a tweet to each account every 2 to 4 hours. The tweets have been mixed up for each account so that the tweets will be in a completely different order for each account. Here is what I need some advise on. I have yet to setup my new Twitter accounts in my Twitterfeed Accounts. It is a lot of work to set up all of the feeds and authenticate all of my Twitter accounts only to have my Twitter accounts suspended and have to do it over again. Twitterfeed has 22 URL shorteners listed. Should I use most of them? Maybe only assign 8 Twitter Accounts for a URL shortener? Then the next 8 for a different URL shortener? So I would only have 8 Accounts posting the same link to my blog post instead of 100? Thoughts? What about the website in my profile and DMs? How can I get my website URL in all 100 Twitter Accounts and DMs? If my Domain name is banned in Twitter, would I be able to use that domain and create many subdomains? I know that Google treats a Subdomain as a separate website. But if a Domain is banned, does that mean all subdomains associated with that domain are banned as well? I'm willing to create a subdomain for every single Twitter account if that is what it takes. I'd just create a redirect in each subdomain going back to my main site. Or would I have to create several different links using URL shorteners? Here is the problem. My website domain name is descriptive. You will know what my website is about just by looking at the domain name. You'll have no idea what my website is about by looking at a URL shortener link. And I have no control over the links. I'd probably be checking them all of the time to make sure they are still active. Do URL shortener links stay active forever? Or only for a certain length of time? And will a redirect to a banned site still get my Accounts suspended? Does Twitter follow the links to see which site the links end up on? The traffic that I was getting was making money for me. Oh, I also had 2 eight month old Twitter accounts that were doing the exact same things as all of the suspended accounts. They were the only ones not affected. Any advice and tips would be appreciated. My Twitter accounts are going to be useless if they can not promote my site. Have a Merry Christmas everyone!