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Do your accounts take days off or holidays?

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by madblackhatter1000, May 2, 2017.

  1. madblackhatter1000

    madblackhatter1000 Power Member

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    I think the days of botting 18-hours a day / 7-Days a week / 365-Days a year is coming to an end - nearly all my 19-month old accounts have been PVA'd recently, after doing the same settings successfully the past year. Time to rethink the settings.

    In order to stay under the radar and appear more human, I've noticed Massplanner has the ability to turn on/off Tool Actions during certain days/weekends/random. Do you use this? If so, how many days off do you use?
     
  2. Chris.Roark

    Chris.Roark Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I always use it. All my accounts are 'working' during business hours.

    In addition, they do everything over an 8 - 12 hours period every day. And they respect the US business hours, eastern time.

    Also, I make them work during the best time of posting for Twitter or Pinterest.
     
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  3. madblackhatter1000

    madblackhatter1000 Power Member

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    'Working' is a good suggestion. I didn't think of that factor as well ..... My accounts resemble unemployed people with social media addiction haha
     
  4. Chris.Roark

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    LOL

    Try to replicate human behaviour. But replicate the desired audience behaviour.

    If in your niche people are tweeting drunkenly at midnight, Eastern Time, let your accounts do the same.

    But if your niche Tweets/Posts/Engages at 7am in the morning, be with them on the same bandwagon.