backpage posting tips and problems

Profile picture of the author Zaheera by Zaheera Posted: 02/06/2012
Hi Everyone,

I used backpage.com for a number of months to post my ads there. I know each and every tip of how to post one ad to multiple cities, through out the backpage. My tips and tricks make them live more than 2 months on the site.

But, now since this year started, backpage change its policies to post ads. Now my all ads are deleted.

I know you are looking for my tips that I was followed and get success in the last year

My tips for posting one ad to multiple cities on backpage.

Here, I only use my one account through which I post my all ads

- I use different titles for my each post, so it was successfully posted on different cities.
- Sometimes I also change the description too.

Now these Tips not working
If anybody on warrior have some tips to solve this problem, Then I am really thankful.

Please share with me more tips about, how you get success in posting single ad to multiple cities.

Thanks in advance for all replies.

#backpage #posting #problems #tips

  • Profile picture of the author shamimhsm
    shamimhsm
    I am also facing such kind of problem, Anyone here to fix this problem?
  • Profile picture of the author Limitlesshairbiz
    Limitlesshairbiz
    First, you should definitely use more than one account to post. If you post multiple days a week, you should use at least two or three accounts.

    Next, you should get a VPN service to change your IP address frequently. There are a few out there. I use Hide My Ass and it works great. It costs about $11 a month but it's worth it. I tried using a cheaper one but I had to cancel it within 24 hours because I couldn't get it to work on my computer. Anyway, once you download the service, I suggest you change IP addresses every 8-12 ads. Some people say 20-30 but I've been ghosted for less so I would go lower. That's my 2 cents. Hope it helps!
  • Profile picture of the author dana67
    dana67
    My advice is to follow the rules of other sites when you promote. Breaking the TOS of other sites is not going to help you in the long run. Come up with a solid long term plan to drive traffic.
  • Profile picture of the author Limitlesshairbiz
    Limitlesshairbiz
    Originally Posted by dana67 View Post

    My advice is to follow the rules of other sites when you promote. Breaking the TOS of other sites is not going to help you in the long run. Come up with a solid long term plan to drive traffic.
    I understand your comment but my take on it is that IM'ers have just as much right to make money on these sites as anyone else, yet these sites target us to keep us from doing business. In the meantime, people they don't deem as IM'ers can advertise and make money all day long. At the end of the day, we're all here to do the same thing, make money. So if I can find a way around their TOS agreements that are designed to keep me out, I'm going to use it. Many others are doing it everyday and making income. That's why these tools were invented.
  • Profile picture of the author dana67
    dana67
    I agree that IM'ers have the right to make money. But does that give us the right to break the TOS of other sites just because there is a way to do it? There are better ways to market (in my opinion).
  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    Alex Blades
    backpage posting tips and problems
    "backpage spamming tips and how not to get banned"

    Fixed it for ya
  • Profile picture of the author Assignmentwriter
    Assignmentwriter
    Try to post in many locations just change your title .
  • Profile picture of the author dana67
    dana67
    Learn about Internet Marketing and SEO.
  • Profile picture of the author superwar
    superwar
    Is that still available ? I thought its closed forever.
  • Profile picture of the author PinkStar
    PinkStar
    In another thread it was CL that someone wanted help spamming. Now backpage.
    There are tons of classifieds out there and free/paid submit tools. Manually submit to the biggest ones and follow their rules. Then use a submitter for the rest. Done.
    And you won't get banned.
  • Profile picture of the author buysellbrowse
    buysellbrowse
    Originally Posted by Limitlesshairbiz View Post

    IM'ers have just as much right to make money on these sites as anyone else, yet these sites target us to keep us from doing business.
    ...
    So if I can find a way around their TOS agreements that are designed to keep me out, I'm going to use it.
    If those sites target YOU specifically for your practices as an IM'er, then that means you have no rights to make money on those sites in that manner. That's the way they want to do business, and that's the way they set it up in the TOS. Go seek greener pastures elsewhere.

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