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Choosing bot for fully-automated large-scale multi-user TW campaigns

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by punkinhead, Feb 25, 2015.

  1. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    Basic task flow I want to automate for 20-100 accounts (depending on how I can work out the proxy issues);

    PHASE 1 (Establish Credibility)

    1 Assign proxies per account (still not entirely sure how many per proxy is optimal.)
    2 Create (and verify?) accounts (including all email or other related issues)
    3 Fill in pictures, banners, bio info, etc pulling from some sort of file (csv?)
    4 "Age" accounts with targeted retweets and favorites
    5 Fill the top few tweets with handwritten on-topic tweets (pulled from some kind of file)
    6 Retweet and favorite ONLY if tweet contains (choice of) audio, video, or image.
    7 Retweet only if recent and already retweeted or favorited certain number of times.
    8 Fill followers with dummies to cross over 2k threshold and establish authority before targeting real users

    PHASE 2 (Fishing for Followers)

    9 Target competitor followers and mass follow at irregular intervals without going past 1k per day.
    10 Pick up where left off each day (so 2nd day would target followers # 1k-2k
    11 Sprinkle in mix of retweets and pre-written tweets as follower base is built
    12 Flush followers at irregular intervals beginning 48 hours after failure to follow-back.
    13 Sense if already following someone from another list, so not accidentally unfollow.
    14 Move on to second competitor and repeat if total current bot followers is below a certain number.

    PHASE 3 (Showtime)

    15 Retweet everything a certain user tweets, or everything they tweet with a specific keyword or hashtag.
    16 Sprinkle this in along with continued steps above for retweets, pre-written tweets.

    I'm currently digging into iMacros and reading up on Twitter Supremacy. It would seem either can do MOST of these tasks, but unsure as to whether either can do ALL of them... or can do the ones that need to overlap. If it can all be done under one roof, great. If not, I just need to get clear about exactly which steps can't be automated so I can dial in hybrid strategy.

    On mac, so Tw Supremacy would need to be set up on remote hosted virtual machine or similar, and iMacros if I need paid edition seems very pricey. Ultimately, whatever gets the job done and can be up and running quickly wins. Open to any other 3rd party suggestions too.
     
  2. carockstar123

    carockstar123 Newbie

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    Yeah I agree, I think that is right..
     
  3. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    Bot response. How appropriate.

    Anyway, still can't find any real comparison of features out there for the more advanced stuff. For basic single acct following and the like, it's easy enough, but how do these tools handle automating dozens of accounts doing multiple types of tasks that overlap?

    Edited to add: After a day of use, I'm finding TSupremacy to be confusing at best. With only a few tutorials and near zero detail in them, many seemingly simple things are just not lining up for me intuitively. From what I can tell about Followliker just from the tutorials online, it seems more user friendly. It is, however, features and not learning curve that win in the end, so really hoping to hear from some folks who have used either or both for putting mass accounts on autopilot.

    Also learning quickly that full autopilot is not really what I want, so very interested in advanced features to draw handwritted tweets from a file, draw user names from a file, create accts with full pics, bios, change theme, all the things that make it NOT look like a bot.

    Can anyone weigh in on these more advanced features? I don't see any way to even try follow liker without buying the full program, and it doesn't say anything that I can see about being able to upgrade without losing the initial investment.
     
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  4. pippobaudo123

    pippobaudo123 Newbie

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    Yeah, Nice method but like me, you'll stuck in bot creating phase since there's no change (even with proxy) to verify the accounts without SMS verification. Whatever you do, after 7-8 account (even if you could manage) twitter will start to ask phone number for SMS verification. I am dealing with the same problem since three days.
    I have thousands of mail address with my own domain to create accounts with and i am using the best twitter account management software in the forum. Most annoying part is to get bots. If you could manage this part, maybe we can work togeter. If you want to contact with me, just hit me up in PM with your skype address and let's make a brainstorming.

    edit : i am using paid tsupremacy. Creating account- no, but other features are the best in the forum.
     
  5. punkinhead

    punkinhead Regular Member

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    Have you actually used both? What I should have asked is more simply this:

    Who has used both FollowLiker and TSupremacy that can give a comparison of more advanced features of:

    1) Account creation (including populating bios, pics, banners, change theme, verification issues, etc)
    2) Overlapping tasks (follow new while unfollowing old while tweeting and fav, etc... all overlapping)
    3) Humanizing (Have multiple accts pull from a common file of handwritten tweets each on their own schedule, have each post the same link, but each with a DIFFERENT hand-written message pulled from a common file, etc)
    4) Scraping. )I read somewhere that TS can only do something like the first 10k followers. Need to be able to scrape millions if necessary and go through in chunks so it picks up tomorrow where it left off today.)


    Really wanted to pull the trigger yesterday, but I still don't understand the answers to these questions, and I'm finding TSupremacy anything but intuitive to work with on trial run. No trial for FL.
     
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