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AddMeFast and bot activity?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by schleprock, May 2, 2016.

  1. schleprock

    schleprock Regular Member

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    Is addmefast a decent solution to social signals. From what I can tell there are some bot makers out there who might be sending signals to accounts that nobody uses, except to increase signal counts.
    That would devalue the service.
    Or does addmefast have plenty of real users on it. So the accounts are actively being used by real people, even if they don't have gobs of followers.

    Even if it is half and half it might be worthwhile. I don't really know, I am just trying to figure this social signal stuff out.
     
  2. Parlez

    Parlez Regular Member

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    All exchange platforms will have bots, and Addmefast is the worst of them. Avoid.

    If you try other services like youlikehits, linkcollider, like4like, etc, you will find a decent amount of real accounts amongst fake bot accounts.

    A simple trick before using any service is to google "service_name bot", example "addmefast bot". If you gets a lot of results, you know it's bad news.

    That said, depending on your situation and objectives, even fake bot likes/followers/shares etc will help.
     
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  3. HoNeYBiRD

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    There's another issue with fake social signals: they often drop.

    I recall a recent thread, where OP complained about losing all his AMF YT signals after just one day. I don't know about YT, but AMF is pretty good for Twitter for instance. I used it for likes and RTs and i haven't lost a single signal out of those, all sticked.
     
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  4. Parlez

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    The thing about drop rate is correct, however most of the time it's user error.

    People just feed their links and let run from 0 to thousands of likes/followers overnight, and then dropping back to 0. Almost all social platforms have triggers that set off if there is sudden spike of activity.

    The trick is to drip feed, say 200-300 per day over a week or two.
     
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  5. schleprock

    schleprock Regular Member

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    Thanks for the input. I hit thanks for all useful answers and you all got one.
     
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    Drop rate is right thing But there are many a times error of users..

    I highly vanished and disappeared from Freakin Likes.. I recommended, not to use it..