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Twitter locked accounts :/

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by angela cote, Jul 15, 2014.

  1. angela cote

    angela cote Registered Member

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    Hey guys , any suggestion on how to deal with the twitter locking accounts ? maybe a way to avoid it ? or a way to find out if an account is locked or not ? i have like 80 account in twitter but it is really frustrating to go throw every account to figure out which one is locked & which one is not , maybe an imacros or an ahk to read the last time an account posted ? that could help :D Please suggest :D thanks
     
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    thefixer Regular Member

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    nope..I don't think so...you have to do it manually...and I know it sucks..!!
     
  4. mnunes532

    mnunes532 Power Member

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    Not really, I developed a script in php which tells me how many followers/following I haver per account and if they are still "alive" or not.
     
  5. angela cote

    angela cote Registered Member

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    i'm managing the accounts using autohotkey
     
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    When using 80+ accounts you need to make sure you got private proxies for all of them and don't juggle the proxies, it's gotta be a same or similar IP address for each account. You can't just log in from Germany and then be in New York 40 minutes later - that'll immediately trigger their antispam and antifraud system.
     
  7. angela cote

    angela cote Registered Member

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    I devided them to like 5 accounts per day , and i use 4 proxies , like use proxy 1 on monday on the 1st groupe , then proxy 2 on the 2nd groupe of monday , then proxy 3 on the 1st groupe of tuesday , then proxy 4 on 2nd grupe of tuesday... i guess you got the idea... so i follow with a single account once per week , which allow me to stay out of the zone.... i get like 1 to 5 accounts max suspended per week , not bad :D
     
  8. mike222x

    mike222x Newbie

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    Get a business email account email AT businessname.com

    Set that email as a catch all account. Google business has this.

    Then set up/change each twitter account with emails like this...
    twitterusername1 = twitterusername1 AT businessname.com
    twitterusername2 = twitterusername2 AT businessname.com
    twitterusername3 = twitterusername3 AT businessname.com

    etc etc. so you won't have to log in to different emails. You'll just have to log in to one place to find out what accounts have been locked and then you can just go in and unlock them.
     
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    Gambling Attack Junior Member

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    Bnfortunatelyi don't know any softvare for this.
     
  10. Empire007

    Empire007 Regular Member

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    There are two things you can do.
    1). Use followLiker Software, it automatically unlocks the accounts. So i don't even bother about twitter problems these days :D

    2). You manually login and change the password, that does the trick.


    Hope this solves your problem