There’s only one thing more frustrating than having your Twitter account suspended -> -> -> having your new Twitter account suspended too.
There are millions of us out there who have been suspended by Twitter and now we are trying every possible way to have a Twitter account again. But, every attempt ends with a failure because Twitter suspends the new account again.
They even declared it with a tweet that they will be suspending accounts that attempt to evade an account suspension.
How to end this loop? How to create a new Twitter account after a permanent suspension once?
In this article, we will list all the steps that you need to follow before you create your new account. Following these steps will make sure that your new account is not affected by your old account and you are not being suspended again.
Step 1: Use a new IP address:
If you are at home, you can easily change your IP address by resetting your router. A quick reboot or unplugging or setting it to factory settings will change your IP address. If you only use your Twitter from home, then this should be enough to make sure you are not caught using the same IP address.
If you’re in an office or work environment where you cannot change your IP, then you can request your technical team to help you with it.
If you’re using your laptop, then your IP can be changed very easily as soon as you move to a new location. But, for regular use, it’s safer to get new IPs at all the places where you frequently login to your Twitter account.
Step 2: Create a new email:
This is the most essential and the easiest step. Just create your new email that is probably not connected to your previous emails (for precaution). You will need an email at every step of your Twitter account usage, so remember its password and make sure to not lose it.
Step 3: Get a new phone number:
Apart from Twitter email verification, Twitter also needs to verify your phone number. Using the same phone number can get your new Twitter account suspended immediately. So, it is imperative to get a new phone number.
For a new number, you can either buy the cheapest sim card you can afford and use it for your Twitter account. Or, alternatively, if you don’t want to spend, you can use a Google voice number. With a Google voice number, you can simply generate a new number for free.
Step 4: Clear your cookies:
Clear your cookies from all the devices that you are going to use to access your Twitter account. Clearing your cookies will not take a lot of time and will save you from any unnecessary trouble.
Step 5: Think of a new username and avoid same old personal information:
Don’t make the mistake of using the same username or repeating personal information like your date of birth or full name. Using the same username or a similar username could get you suspended quickly. Take some time to think of a relevant username that is fresh and meaningful.
Step 6: Follow Twitter rules and stay clear of any hateful conduct:
Last but not the least, if you’ve followed all the steps above, you’ve probably saved your new Twitter account from getting suspended. But, at the same time, it’s important to make sure that you don’t take it leniently and begin violating Twitter rules. Be mindful of all the activities that got your previous account suspended and do not repeat them.
Create your new Twitter account:
If you’ve diligently followed all the steps above, then I congratulate you on your new Twitter account. If you’ve faced any suspension issue despite the steps above, please share your experience in the comments below!