Hey guys, anybody who is into photography here probably heard of 500px.com. It's described as the "reddit for photographers" with about 10 million registered users. When you upload a photo there is a so called "pulse score" which rises as more and more people start liking your photo. If the pulse is high enough, the image sticks at the top of the "popular" section where you obviously want to be to gain thousand of likes. Growing a fanbase is actually easy in theory: My idea is to have a bot/script/macro that visits the "fresh" section of the website and starts liking all the pictures there: 500px.com/fresh The uploader will get a notification and will most likely check your profile or follow you to give something back. More followers = more likes = higher pulse score = more exposure, easy equation I'm not good at programming and scripting though. Do you know of any existing tools or can you maybe look it up, if it's doable with an imacro? The imacro will be the cheapest option, I guess. Maybe even free if I find some really nice person I have no experience with bot developers and their pricing. How much would a bot cost that can do the following: 1) Login with 500px account 2) Auto-Liking pictures in the "Fresh" section featuring variable delays between every action and a maximum number of likes per day. 3) Auto-Comment on previously liked pictures. Having a textfile with 50 generic comments like "nice shot" "great composition" and so on. Thanks in advance!