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Does FL for Twitter simulate human actions?

Discussion in 'Twitter' started by Olovarno, Jun 6, 2015.

  1. Olovarno

    Olovarno Registered Member

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    Hi guys! I was trying some possibilities about getting more Twitter followers. Until now, I was using FollowLiker for Twitter to get targetted followers following/unfollowing niche account followers, but it got me less than 100 followers daily per account. :-(

    So, I decided to try an old trick, following manually people retweeting or favorating "followtrick messages" and I got almost 400 (399 to be more precise) new followers in one day.

    After, I setup FL to do same thing with more time interval between follows (15 - 20 seconds), so it would be even more "natural" and got more results! Wrong... In first try, it got only 150 new followers - a huge difference. FL didn't follow all 1000 people daily, but even so, I expected at least 250-300 people.

    So my question is: Does FL for Twitter really simulate human actions? Maybe I need change any setting in order to become it more similar to human actions?
     
  2. Olovarno

    Olovarno Registered Member

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    So...? I'm still waiting for some reply. Anyone can help me?
     
  3. Nattsurfaren

    Nattsurfaren Regular Member

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    I feel you man. Sometimes you post something important to you and nobody answers and you go WTF. This is the way people are.
    Maybe skip to much detail and keep the post simple.
    I don't think people care much if FL simulates human actions as long as it do what it is supposed to do.
    As soon as twitter do a change FL will change with it and all people using it will have that change. It is a constant battle.
    FL may not be tweaked to be as smart as it can be. You can only tweek your settings to the limit of what FL is capable of and not more.
     
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  4. MartysW0RLD

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    You can out perform follow liker manually if you're only focusing on one or two accounts, however if you have hundreds, it's a no brainer, 100-300 followers a day on my bulk accounts is much better than 0.
    That's basically what follow liker will do for you.
     
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  5. Olovarno

    Olovarno Registered Member

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    Lately, I'm preferring to use FollowLiker for minor accounts and, for one or two main accounts, I care it manually. It's better way to raise more followers without getting crazy trying to follow everyone manually! :)
     
  6. Olovarno

    Olovarno Registered Member

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    Just for informing you: I'm really running part of process manually for two main accounts. I decided it because I'm not liking to scrape users from FL when using several keyword searches (if I have several queries, it seems to be using just first query), so I'm doing it manually (with TweetDeck) and report results here later.
     
  7. HoNeYBiRD

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    i'm pretty sure that the tool uses the queries in the order you add them when you're setting up the tasks for your accounts, the tool won't scrape for all your queries at the same time, at least that's how i saw the instagram modul working, maybe you just weren't patient enough to get to the second query

    to answer your question in the thread title: no, it doesn't, at least not in itself, it's you who simulates human behaviour with your settings, random delays, shuffling tasks, abiding safe limits, not running the tool 24/7 etc.
     
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