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Automating Twitter Content

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by Natty, Mar 18, 2016.

  1. Natty

    Natty Regular Member

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    Hey,

    I'm looking for a method to either scrape content from google images and post it straight to Twitter, or post content from a file of pictures I have to a Twitter account at 5 tweets a day rate.

    Any suggestions? Would a feed work?
     
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    PHPInjected Elite Member

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    What kind of a feed are you talking about? You can have a bot created to do this kind of thing. Unless you know iMacros/Javascript. Collecting the content would be easy, it's the scheduled posting that would require previous knowledge of a programming/scripting language used in a bot or program.
     
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  3. Natty

    Natty Regular Member

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    I've got all the content, I have a folder with 5000 pics saved in it, I just want a way to post it onto Twitter in bulk!
     
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    collegeguys4 Junior Member

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    If you had it stored on S3 you could use IFFT or buffer in some fashion
     
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    iMacros is up to the task as far as posting pics goes. You will need to get familiar with various functions, and calling information in a loop or a random loop within iMacros, and you will need to specifically look at some of the file and folder operations if you want to use it to post content regularly. It's pretty easy once you get started though. Look into .csv file usage with it if pursuing it as this has been my savior in all things iMacros.