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Twitter and residential ips

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by tertip, Jan 14, 2018 at 11:29 AM.

  1. tertip

    tertip Newbie

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    Guys, I was thinking of trying a rotating residential IPs provider with 10-20 twitter bots, see how it goes.
    Do you think it's a bad idea since the IPs change every 5min? Did anyone try before?
     
  2. Gangstaboy

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    I don't try it but I think u need to try to know if it's good or not!
     
  3. HoNeYBiRD

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    If you change the ip in every 5 minutes, that will trigger account locks. That's not natural at all, especially when the location changes too to a geographically far away place. Tie each account to its own ip and change the ip only when it's unavoidable.

    It would be a half-assed solution: using residential ips is good, rotating ips are not for this purpose.
     
  4. tertip

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    Yea was thinking the same but cant find a decent provider with fixed IPs and wanted to test with only actions being retweet/like the main account.