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Twitter mass banning domains

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by cleverdodo, Jan 28, 2016.

  1. cleverdodo

    cleverdodo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hey people,

    Problem. Twitter suspended 1k of my 5k accounts in a single day.
    I generally build 100 accounts per domain with each account mapping to a separate subdomain. The whole link is then shortened and used.

    For some reason, twitter doesn't seem to be liking that and using the domain as a footprint to mass suspend accounts.
    I am using 3 accounts per private proxy and doing everything else perfectly.
    How do you guys handle this ?
    Obviously not a profitable idea buying a domain per account.

    Any positive insights will be appreciated
     
  2. dma0245

    dma0245 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    in some other threads im reading that they are using 25-30 accounts per domain without troubles. I think that 100 is just a little to much?
     
  3. AlexIonescu

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    You used them to send DM with your domain or tweet?
     
  4. thehounds

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    What kinds of domains are these? Are the visitors coming to sales pages, or MyLikes, or AdSense domains or what? Are the accounts only tweeting to the one domain, or do they tweet to other sites too?
     
  5. kegnum

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    Yup, lost close to 3K accounts. It must be domains... especially mylikes (im talking about mylikes with private domains). Not sure if its just the domain or what.. I had a few sites posting the same domain but they weren't following/unfollowing and they seem to be intact. So it may not just be the domain but also the amount of actions per day being done.. if you think about it following 400 + unfollowing 400+ tweeting every single day is not natural at all.
     
  6. cleverdodo

    cleverdodo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Visitors going to unique HTML/content mixed sales pages each pointing to a unique call to action URL :(


    Both, but in absolute moderation

    Surely has to be the domains. I barely used to follow more than 100 a day for aged accounts. Time to f*** the b**** harder now !!
     
  7. matthewseo

    matthewseo Regular Member

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    how many twitter accounts/followers does it take per domain to net a $1/month profit (over the domain reg and hosting fees)?

    i don't have more than 1 twitter account per company/domain so far and i dont follow/unfollow every day, but I have been suspended for legitimate activity if the the IP changed at all or if I scrolled down too much too quickly... twitter has some triggers that automatically suspend accounts... it's all automated so I doubt anyone is reading your domains or posts individually... so if you keep the same IP for the same twitter account the whole time then it shouldnt be a problem... they always turned my account back on...

    i'm curious as to how to scale out the twitter accounts if i were trying to monetize some random domains?