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Twitter spam > LP = ban?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Jon12345, Mar 29, 2011.

  1. Jon12345

    Jon12345 Newbie

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    I have a whitehat site but rather fancy doing some Twitter spam to get some traffic to it. If I use something like Tweet Attacks with Wait & Reply, burn through some Twitter accounts but send that traffic to mysite.com, will mysite.com get banned from Twitter? i.e. will they close accounts with this url or even a bit.ly redirect to this url?

    I want to Twitter spam but without risking a whitehat domain ban!

    Thanks,

    Jon
     
  2. Autumn

    Autumn Elite Member

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    I have seen a correlation between spamming the same domain over and over and faster bannings for your accounts, but they don't seem to all out ban a domain from Twitter.

    They do definitely track URLs however; spamming the exact same urls is a recipe for the fast banhammer for your accounts, and they also resolve all redirects (eg. bit.ly) so that they can show you the destination URL in the search engine.
     
  3. ssri06

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    So none of my domains/urls will get banned even if my accounts get banned?
     
  4. RamChaturvedi

    RamChaturvedi Supreme Member

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    Twitter will blacklist your main URL...but no harm from Google will be done!!
     
  5. ssri06

    ssri06 Newbie

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    Now I don't want twitter banning my domain :(
    So when should I stop before it's too late? or should I ask when does twitter blacklist domain URLs?? Everytime an account is suspended or case basis? Till now I had read only about blacklisting of ips.
     
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    Victoria from DNP Junior Member

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    You will be banned so fast that you won't even notice... don't spam the same domain!
     
  7. islandman1010

    islandman1010 Elite Member

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    twitter track the final landing page and will ban any accounts that keep posting a domain they have already banned. I learnt the hard way
     
  8. Spawn

    Spawn Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    just make a blogger page then blast that, use a content locker, even if they report you they would have to PAY you first! :D

    Ive done this before and the page is still online,usually if there not interested they will just leave.
     
  9. bookmarc

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    ok so... you spam the same domain and its gets banned... now what if i have say 200 domains using registrars domain forwarding service but all pointing to my white hat domain. i a use shortening service to point to one of these domains and one of these domains points to my white hat domain...

    tinyurl.c00m/whatevcer >>>> domains (using domain registrars domain forwarding service) >>>> my money domain.

    will that be ok?
     
  10. onthegoaudio1

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    Ok I might be asking the same question here again, but just want to see if I have this right.

    If I spam Twitttter with multiple Bit.ly's of Mydomain.com. Twittter will ban "Mydomain.com" which will result in me not being able to post with that URL shortened also?

    So my site gets banned, no matter if I use a shortened link or not?