Can you have multiple twitter accounts

tonymyers

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I have an idea to create more twitter accounts on more different niches and interacting with people interested in that niche? around 5 twitter accounts?
Would I have to have a different email for each one so they won't know my IP?
what are your suggestions?
 

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I dont see a problem with that... Indeed you'll need various email accounts to operate them... If you are really concerned about your IP then you'll need to use an IP proxy such as foxy proxy for firefox which would be my choice in this case... That said I dont think the IP will be a problem otherwise how would internet cafes operate? Most of those people would be logging onto FB, twitter etc...
 

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Here's a trick for you since you've helped me out muchas!

YOu really don't need to setup multiple emails.

I've got 20 accounts all wired to the same email.

Gmail has a flaw in its system that is easy manipulated. Their login fields do not recognize certain symbols ( all I've tested is "." and "+")

So this is how you route multiple accounts to one email, to avoid having to setup multiple emails in account creation. Mind you, this works for other social networks and not just twitter. Some it doesn't work but I know for sure Twitter and Instagram. But with Instagram you have to be on a VPN or private proxies to set up multiple accounts.

Anyway,

Say my gmail is [email protected]

When i create my twitter account, I can use the mail address like this to setup different accounts

[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]

.......and so on

with the "." you can use as many as you want so....

[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
.....and you get the point

You see, it's like Twitter see it as being a different email, and sends it to the [email protected]

Then gmail still receives but its system is designed to get rid of the "." and read it as if they are not even there, ultimately routing the confirmation email to [email protected]

Cheers
 

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Eric - Nice one!! I'll be making sure to try that one out... This is really useful with using it on tools like GSA etc... As an alternative some web hosts allow for catch-all email at domain level which is redirected to an email address of your choice... If you're into gaming the serps and want to keep of the radar then for sure your method would be the best in this case...
 

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One account per e-mail, so yes, it is possible. The only sites that have a problem with it, is when the site has an affiliate program, where you can invite your other email accounts to join the site, and for each account that you have accepting the offer, your main gets more and/or better rewards.

But I don't think Twitter has such programs, and I think there's no rule against it, because some people do need multiple accounts.
1 for their personal life, 1 professional Twitter account for jobs, maybe 1 for their Youtube channel, and so on.

Short answer: Yes, you can.
 

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It is useful to run many twitter accounts using services for multiposting especially if you are running more than 1 website/page/anything else
 

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It has cons and pros when you have multi accounts on Twitter. If you have more accounts, you can not focus on one account and have big followers for them if compared with one account. But using more account, you can target on many niches which will help to grow your business in the case you have many different type of businesses that you are working on.
 
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