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Automatization of Twiends like sites

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by spensertom, Jun 22, 2011.

  1. spensertom

    spensertom Newbie

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    Hello everybody. I am disappointed by the difficulty that Twiends (and not only this site) encounters with Facebook. I want to know whether you have some ideas on how we can automatize Twiends like sites, Twimates, for example. Can we do the same with these sites as we were doing with Twiends. Thanks in advance.
     
  2. sirgold

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    If you talk about automating the web interface of twiends iMacros will do great and there are several scripts that fellow members have shared on the forum.

    If you refer to a way to fix the FB block on twiends and similar sites, that sucks unfortunately and even though it should be relatively easy for them to replicate the previous behavior by avoiding the interaction with the APIs (and parsing directly the html), I guess they might be scared to get sued after Twiends (or so they say on their page..) refused to abide by FB's requested changes.

    So lets see if someone with some decent critical mass is gonna be bold enough to challenge Zuckerfcuk and his mob.
     
  3. spensertom

    spensertom Newbie

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    Yes, I know that some users have shared the scripts of auto - watching youtube views and so on. But i want to know i there are some similar scripts that can work or Twimates, increasr, enaak, addsocials, and others.
    Thanks!
     
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    Not that I'm aware of, at least public ones. But it's trivial to do them with iMacros even if you're not the king of the code. HTH!