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Discussion in 'Twitter' started by oOMaGiiKzZOo, Nov 30, 2014.

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  1. oOMaGiiKzZOo

    oOMaGiiKzZOo Registered Member

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    Hey guys looking to get some opinions as far as twitter and IP's go.

    i want to use twitter supremcy to manage bulk niche twitter accounts (all different) every single account i have is made with a different IP and is atleast 2 years old. is it ok to run these all on my own personal IP to mass follow,tweet,favorite etc since they are all aged and MADE with different IP's? or does twitter only look at the current IP it is on?

    hopefully somebody can help me :)
     
  2. fredfred547

    fredfred547 Power Member

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    You will not be able to do this. If Twitter sees you managing mass accounts (following,tweeting, etc.) they will ban the majority of your accounts. They're generally very quick about this as well. Realistically, you can manage no more than 5 on the same IP.
     
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    oOMaGiiKzZOo Registered Member

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    Thanks for the info, i was just wondering since they were all aged and made on different Ip's if that would make a difference
     
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    The fact that they are aged just means that you can follow more people per day then if it was new. As far as IPs go, they are required to create mass accounts. The only benefit for creating them using separate IPs, is the ability to mass create.
    Ps. About my first post; You may be able to run it at first, although as I said over time, they will be banned.
    Hope I helped :)
     
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    SEOZONE3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'll suggest you, not to use more than 3 accounts per IP.
    Otherwise, It may harm you... Twitter is very strict in these days!
     
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    No,Do not use this accounts.
    You should use all that accounts with their respective IPs so that Twitter will not be able to check that you're using mass accounts.
     
  7. oOMaGiiKzZOo

    oOMaGiiKzZOo Registered Member

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    thanks for the info guys :) one a second note: does anybody have twitter supremacy? i am having problems with my proxies and hopefully somebody here can help :) please PM me if you think you can help me out
     
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    Just ask gothem to add you on skype over on the supremacy thread. He is very helpful and will get your problem sorted in no time!
     
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    Aged accounts can help you get around some limits, but stuff like mass following simply can't be done from the same IPs. You MAY get away with it for awhile, but is it really worth the risk for accounts that old?
     
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    oOMaGiiKzZOo Registered Member

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    I can actually get unlimited aged accounts so im not really worried about that. i mainly just Mass favorite/retweet i do follow but only about 100-200 a day so i wouldnt call that mass following
     
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    5-10 accounts per IP (private proxy)
     
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    I use around 5-10 accounts per IP without any problems, this is just to play it safe but I do wonder if I can go harder given Twitter lets its users have unlimited accounts, why would they limit accounts per IP if this is true?

    There are loads of tools around like Manage Flitter, Tweepi, Buffer and Tweetdeck that let you manage multiple accounts in one go, it would be good to find out how they use IP's. I use Tweetdeck with most of my accounts and they are in blocks for each niche, so I have a number of Tweetdeck accounts with over 20 Twitter accounts linked to each of them and will sometimes tweet to all of these accounts at the same time. This has never given me any problems, my guess would be they use the same IP for those tweets. This makes me believe you could use more than 5-10 accounts per IP.

    Maybe I'll do some testing on this theory when I get some time.
     
  13. K.H.R

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    Use Private Proxy 5 Twitter Acc /IP.
     
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    how did you do...to make all those accounts....i need help...please !!!
     
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    Hello, I am not using software to mass follow or anything like that currently. Curious though, I am using 6-8 accounts on my regular IP and manually finding followers who are active in my niche. Will this be a problem you think? It so, is there a recommendation to how i should be going about this.
     
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    how can you actually get unlimited aged accounts please?