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1 main acct. 50 retweeting bot accts. Need youtube video sharing strategy.

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by punkinhead, Apr 6, 2015.

  1. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    1) Main acct tweets YT link and all the bots just retweet and pin that retweet?

    2) Main acct tweets YT link and all the bots retweet multiple times?

    3) Main acct tweets YT link, and all the bots tweet their own unique version of original tweet w/ same link?

    4) Main acct tweets YT link, and all the bots tweet their own unique version of original tweet w/ different llinks? (how? add'l strings on url? Dif link shorteners? Redirects)

    5) Some combination of the above? Something else?


    What's the plan here? Looking to use these accts as long as possible, so if I can do this without burning them, that's preferable.


    Is each acct pinning an issue? Is it the same exact link that's the issue? Where exactly could this go wrong?
     
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  2. survum

    survum Junior Member

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    I'm not sure exactly what you want here, but I think the best solution for you would be to use tweetdeck. Link up all 50 accounts and blast the RT's from that. Or if you dont own all 50 accounts, join a tweetdeck group and share access.
     
  3. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    I own all the accts and already have them automated. Question boils down to how to handle the links to avoid bans.

    Retweeting same link from every acct vs techniques to make them unique, etc.

    Accts are running great, but I have't blasted any links from more than one accts yet. When they all start blasting the same thing, I just want to do it right to avoid bans.

    I see FL has option to add extra characters to url to make links unique but still resolve to same address. Is that the way to go? Run through different link shorteners?

    Looking for a link sharing gameplan.
     
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