Create Unique Email Addresses From One Gmail Account

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Many sites won’t let you use one email address to register multiple accounts. Sometimes you have legitimate reasons to, and other times you just wanna spam build backlinks. Either or, here’s how you can get around this…

Gmail accepts email that has a ‘+’ appended to the username of your email address. Text can be anything alphanumeric. I.e., BigBadPenguin+123@gmail.com

The validation on the site won’t pick this up as a duplicate email address, and messages will still go through to your inbox. If I want 3 accounts on WordPress.com under the same email, for example, I just append +1 and +2:
(You might want your postfix to be more descriptive than this)

  • BigBadPenguin@gmail.com
  • BigBadPenguin+1@gmail.com
  • BigBadPenguin+2@gmail.com

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