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xTumbler and the tumblr ban hammer.

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by astbnboy, Dec 22, 2013.

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  1. astbnboy

    astbnboy Registered Member

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    I just got all my tumblr accounts wiped out except 1, that one was my tumblr money account that I had adsence on and I had connected to my android phone. I use xTumbler (and before it comes up I don't blame the software it was my fingerprints that got banned) and without further testing I can't know for sure but I think that fewer accounts would be banned if they had the tumblr app's on them.
    So I'm wanting to test this theory out. Can any body think of a way to fool tumblr into thinking that there is a active android app connected to the account???
     
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    BIGBIGBIGMamas Power Member

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    What difference will it make?
    Let me answer that for you.... IT WON'T.
     
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    astbnboy Registered Member

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    BBBM you have my respect and I'm listening so tell me why you believe it won't make a difference??
    Do you have any practical knowledge or inside information that would give you the indication that it won't matter??

    I think it will, I think that app on that account verified that the account was owned by a real person. The same way google, yahoo, facebook ect phone verify I believe that this is tumblr's backdoor way of phone verification,
    What are your thoughts?
     
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    Well... here's the first 'rule' T$mblr is full of $hit when it comes to their so-called 'TOS' (and I mean that literally...)

    The "practical insight" that I speak from is first hand experience.

    Doe's it make any logical sense? About as much as they claim affiliate marketing is not allowed, but have scores of blogs that have had Adsense on them for years (And yes, they are fully aware of them, as I have called their bluff on many of their contradictions...)

    I would be DELIGHTED (sincerely :)) for you to prove me wrong.
    Then again, it really wouldn't really, "prove" anything , but rather further reinforce the contradictions of their 'TOS' that much more.

    In the final analysis, NEVER take anyone else's word as law, to the extent that you don't test for yourself.
    For all you (and I ..) know you may by chance slip under the radar for months or longer (although i highly doubt it...) before the BAN HAMMER comes swinging your way.

    In the end, you go with your most logical and practical instincts and chances. Then see what happens, take note and either rinse /repeat and/or retreat then react once again.

    It's still worth it despite what some may say.

    Try it and keep me posted.

    I'm working on some new strategies to kick a hole in their a$$e$ on a scale like I never have,
    just a matter of time. :cool:

     
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