Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MrBeastsOnToast, Jun 3, 2012.
Anyone else noticed this? weebly now requires phone verification to publish sites.
I just created one in a few secs - http://apnidfaipsfasfasfasf.weebly.com/
I think it's more of a one time thing. I used to have it a back ago but once you do it once, you should be good to go.
I should know as I create thousands of Weeblys weekly and I did have this issue once.. never again.
so you verified a single account and then never needed to verify an account again? leads me to believe its ip based?
I tried to edit Weeblys you created for me, but unfortunately the phone vearification procedure appeared every time I wanted to save my changes.
Maybe it's IP range based ot something
i just verified an account and tried to make a new one on the same i.p and have gotten the verification message, this is really annoying i loved weebly!
Hopefully it's just an ip issue! If you try to create another account from the same ip you will be challenged!! Hope it's not permanent
I thinks it's only a matter of time before this kinda of things is going to be normal procedure among the web 2.0's.
I've also read somewhere, that there is a new kind of fight-spam system being set-up.
Once a web 2.0 has been deleted as spam, the email & ip of the creator will be banned from all participating sites.
Crusher is right it is just some IP issue. It always happens to me whenever i use a different IP to create accounts and then go back to add post or edit with my own IP. it always ask for a phone verification first before i can start to edit or post a new one.
Doesn't surprise me that much.
When a 2.0 gets spammed to death with low quality properties and Google reacts, the 2.0 company often suffers as much as the person spamming the properties.
So it is only natural that the good 2.0s begin to have more anti-spam in place to try to protect their own authority.
That just means as an SEOer there is a significant advantage in figuring out how to automate sites with good anti-spam measures. Means less competition from other more lazy SEOers!
To bypass it use tropo worked 4 me.
it would be good if more people could try and create a weebly to see if they get the same and post results here
Quite frustrating. I actually found at sometime ago.
What difference does it make if its an IP issue. Its still frustrating as it is!
how to bypass?
Separate names with a comma.