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Facebook question what does this mean

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by CashFlowGuy, May 17, 2010.

  1. CashFlowGuy

    CashFlowGuy Regular Member

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    Hello BHW,

    I was on my Facebook friend adder bot today trying to add friends and as usual after about 10 friend request or so this stupid this comes up.

    "Sorry, we cannot process this request at this time."

    For some reason it doesnt let me add anymore people. But other times im runing it full speed ahead sending out 80 friend request at 2-3 sec.

    The accounts im adding friend on have 800 friends and dont have any spam blockers blocking it.

    So my question is what is this thing? Is it from adding friends to fast, or is it the server saying it cant add anymore the website is to slow? If there a way to get around this using FFB then i would love to know.
     
  2. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    If you are sending out 80 friend requests every 2-3 seconds on a single account, I would have to say this is your problem.

    General rule of thumb is adding a max of 45 friends per day. Some swear by 50, but I play it safe and stick with 45. This is not the case for fresh accounts. This is only the case for accounts that are at least 3 weeks old.

    This is all based off of my experience with FB and friend adding.
     
  3. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    Also, for fresh accounts I suggest adding 6-8 people per day to start with until your account has aged for a while (3 weeks preferably), then you can increase the number as your account becomes more trusted.

    Source: **********[dot]com (although I modified the statement a bit, the general principles were taken from **********[dot]com).
     
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