Dealing With Banned NSFW Tumblr Account

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My Tumblr Account Got Banned

It happens. Sometimes it happens for no apparent reason. Every NSFW Tumblr account eventually is banned; Just as every living creature eventually dies. Your account got banned. Tough. You ready to stand up, dust the dirt off your clothes and get back into the game?

 

Creating Replacement Tumblr Blog

The very first step is to recreate your Tumblr blog. Different email, different name, but same niche. the sooner it’s replaced, the sooner it can start appearing in tag search.

 

Switching Out Automated Triggers

If you’re automating your NSFW Tumblr, the next step will be to swap out the triggers to the new Tumblr blog. Feel reassured that at least you won’t have to hunt down RSS feeds and start from square 1 with automation.

 

Building The Following Back Up

This is by far the most annoying aspect of a Tumblr ban. You’ve worked so hard to build up your followers and now they’re all gone. Completely destroyed and ruined. There’s a couple things that could help make this a little less painful.

 

Using other Tumblr accounts – If you’ve got multiple other Tumblr accounts, you can use these to make the process much more swift. Use your other Tumblrs to reblog your new accounts posts. This will get them in the ticker of the big accounts followers. Also, posting images with the bigger accounts with click-through links to the new Tumblr helps.

 

301-redirect trick – I will always keep a website with a generic 301 going to a random Tumblr. Periodically I will manually post images with click-through links routed through that 301. You can change the redirect to whichever blog deemed worthy of receiving traffic.

Any images with click-through links that were reblogged or created on still-standing Tumblr accounts can now be redirected to the new blog that needs ramping up. This is not only effective for recovering from bans. It’s also a good tactic for ramping up brand new Tumblr blogs.

The advantage of always using a redirect for Tumblr image click-through links is that they can always be redirected from a banned blog to a living one.

 

Why Was My Tumblr Blog Banned?

You can ask the stars, God or the Tumblr Help email address. At the end of the day it’ll probably still remain a mystery. I’ve heard and seen some very ridiculous bans. I’ve also seen some very justified bans. here are some reasons your Tumblr might have been banned:

Not flaged ‘NSFW’ – Easiest way to get banned.

Excessive ads / links – Tumbler likes to define “excessive” however they deem fit at the time. I’ve seen some crazy blackhat Tumblrs still standing while innocent ones decimated.

Copyright content – Unless you really did shoot the photos or purchase the rights…….

Spamming – Another thing that Tumblr can define as they deem fit.

Redirects – Tumblr does not like redirect scripts. This includes mobile-redirects, Linkbucks entry-script, ect.

Tumblr picks name out of hat – Leaked emails have revealed that the Tumblr crew likes to get together and pick NSFW blogs out of a hat at random. each blog picked is then banned. They actually take bets on how many bloggers will email the helpline asking why they got banned. Sick bastards figured out the spread and everything.

 

Conclusion: Tumblr blogs get banned

You can either wine about it or deal with it. What kind of person are you?

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