Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by IMMWilde, Apr 6, 2012.
As my main IM (blackhat) income comes from twitter, this shocked me today.
lets see how it works, just finished and put in use my twit spam machine ;D
gotta love my head and the thing that i do for money ;D 16 hours a day for 2 months working on the fucking system = autoprofit =)
Don't just rely on just twitter to make money. Like Warren Buffett once said, "Don't put all eggs in one basket."
If they manage to shut the top 5, another 5 will pop-up, stronger and better.
Not if they make an example out of these.
What they may possibly do is pin these up on the wall and put them into financial ruin to send a message out to anyone else thinking about messing with Twitter.
The thing is, I just bought Tweet Adder a few days ago for $188, and it's still working so I need to really get on my grind before they close it down.
Or do you guys still think Tweet Adder will work after this debacle?
Hell no. That's like saying they're still going to let megaupload host files and re launch the site after the law suit has been completed.
That's not what I meant.
What I was asking is how the Tweet Adder program interacts with the Tweet Adder website/creator if at all. Or if once you have the program installed everything runs from the program and it doesn't interface with the Tweet Adder website/creator.
For instance, Tweet Attacks does interface with a certain server because now that the creator has taken that certain server offline people are unable to use Tweet Attacks. I think this has to do with the license system in the Tweet Attacks program interacting with that certain server.
However, Tweet Adder is still working so I don't know if it operates the same way.
I hope that cleared it up.
I wonder what will happen to Twitter traffic if all the bots will be out of their system??? May look like kind of self-punishment...
Another reason why not to register your company in the United States,not only can you be sued more easily but you have to pay higher taxes.
TA netted me my first $100 day. I remember creating an account of something like XBOX_Beta_Tester and using TA to send direct messages to people talking about xbox to test the new Kinect. I had an autoresponder setup to say something like: "RT to test the new Kinect" with a link to a Kinect email submit. The damn thing went viral overnight, netting 2,000 followers (Although some people didn't believe me. Original source)!
Now that I think about it, I really only used TA to send scheduled spintax messages to people talking about a particular subject. I suppose I could have still done that the manually.
With TA going down, it doesn't necessarily mean our methods will come to an end.
My TA just stopped working a few minutes ago. What sucks is that I've mainly just used it to follow and unfollow accounts to gain more targeted followers for clients of mine. I guess what I'm going to have to do now is manually log in to each of their accounts, do searches and spend 15 minutes or so following people.
yes, that' s mean twitter didn t find a solution about spams, so, they delete the source of spam, softwares.
Then, i think with a little brainstorming you could have a big success with spams. Because they are erasing softwares, that s mean: less people will use spam.
It s the same with emailing spam. They fight against spam but ... spam are always alive! less source, less people but more money for some people!
Twitter has a long road ahead of them. TweetAttacks documentation clearly says it's not a spamming tool. It's an automation tool. It allows verified users to automate messages they would tweet themselves.
Like any software- it can be abused but holding the software company liable for the way users operate the software is going to be difficult or impossible to accomplish. I imagine following their argument Firefox could be sued if someone uses the FireFox browser to spam a website. Chevrolet could be sued for the actions of a drunk driver behind the wheel. Smith & Wesson could be sued because a nut shot and killed someone with one of their guns.
Large companies have tried for years to accomplish this but very few are successful. I've owned TA for years and never spammed anyone. I have real followers and just don't have all day to constantly log in and tweet them. I set up my tweets for the week and go about my business.
The sad part is the companies have to defend themselves and that costs money. I hope they file counter-suits and take Twitter to task. At least demand Twitter pay for representation for blaming a software manufacturer for the actions of it's users.
Though that may be true I'm sure Twitter had people looking at the TA sales thread where the owner of TA was assisting people to help build spam campaigns. That would help Twitters case in court.
I'm thinking of purchasing twitter-adder right now. So reading this information, it wouldn't be a good idea, would it?
Thanks in advance!
not to mention the email sent out teaching everyone to create multiple accounts
Or you can download Twitter Adder, which for the longest time has been the TA's main competitor. I am still looking for a solution that autoreplies to people mentioning a set of keywords around a location. There are many that autoreply, but for local businesses it does not much to promote to people in other countries.
Donot worry People !
I am making a clone of TA Pro, same features for Facebook and Pinterest !
Just wait 1 month more..
I bought another traffic generator in regards to the TA going down. There are many out there that aren't doing things legit, but then there are many that are just using this as a way to auto run parts of their jobs.
Just need to be careful obviously & if you aren't doing anything wrong, then go about your business. When things shut down though. Get a refund!
hope things get sorted out!!
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