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FB Page Inviter

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by MadBotter, Aug 30, 2010.

  1. MadBotter

    MadBotter Newbie

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    Hey - I've been browsing the forums as a guest recently and decided to signup.

    I'm thinking about releasing a software which allows you to invite your friends to a page.

    Just curious whether people would like this or not, and whether I should release it.

    I haven't finished the code for it, however i've done the core inviting process.

    Let me know what you guys think.

    Thanks,
    MadBotter
     
  2. khirad

    khirad BANNED BANNED

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    if it logs on All accounts and Suggests your friends to that page it will be great
     
  3. win_bird

    win_bird Regular Member

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    Wow!! it'll be great then if I can invite 100k friends at a time. :D Let me know when you released it. Best of luck.!!
     
  4. saylar1988

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    FFAP already exist and do a very good page inviter !
     
  5. jah5050

    jah5050 Newbie

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    I would be interested
     
  6. Gibbzee

    Gibbzee Regular Member

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    Sounds good. what type of price are you looking at?
     
  7. thewizard92

    thewizard92 Newbie

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    I'd love it, especially now Facebook has disabled our lovely piece of Javascript
     
  8. FaceSeller

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    Occupation:
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    Already have my custom one but certainly people are interested in such tool.
     
  9. MadBotter

    MadBotter Newbie

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    I wasn't really speaking in regards of selling this? Didn't think there was too much of a market for it.

    But the psuedo would be like such;
    Load Accounts
    Login to account(i)
    Invite 50 friends until no friends left to invite
    clear cookies
    i = i + 1
    Loop
     
  10. Forexking

    Forexking Junior Member

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    So what are you doing then, are you making it to sell or not???
     
  11. MadBotter

    MadBotter Newbie

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    Simply making it.
    If the reception post release is good, I might think about possibly introducing future version with say a $10 cost to upgrade or something along these lines..
    But at current, I'm just producing it for release.
     
  12. realmarketing

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    yeah would have to be a upgrade fee ofc
     
  13. MadBotter

    MadBotter Newbie

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    Thanks for the feedback guys.
    Anyone have any suggestion in regard to features for free/paid use?
    i.e.
    Free use only sends 10 invites at a time
    Paid sends 50 invites at a time.

    Or something along this.

    Feedback has been great so far guys.

    Thanks,
    MadBotter
     
  14. gdurham12

    gdurham12 Registered Member

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    regardless ppl will still use the 10 methods of invites..
    I say put a donate option and let ppl donate
     
  15. MadBotter

    MadBotter Newbie

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    Heh, only problem is barely anyone will donate.
    Anyone else with any ideas?

    Almost finished now.
     
  16. Jesehl

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    this is nice.=) i will use it if ever
     
  17. Gibbzee

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    So you just input the url you want to invite to, load a list of accounts with username and password, and it will just cycle through them inviting all their friends you that page?
     
  18. MadBotter

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    Code:
    blackhat-seo/facebook/231287-release-facebook-fan-page-inviter.html
    You input the ID# of the fanpage.


    However in the upgraded/paid/pro version ($10)
    You simply have to load accounts, load as many page ids as you want to, and click start.
    The rest will be done automatically inviting 48 people each time.
     
  19. thewizard92

    thewizard92 Newbie

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    I like your ideas...maybe a future feature could be for proxy support, time lapse between sending blocks of invites and things like that

    If its just $10 I would definately upgrade...its next to nothing to one person, but if you can get a volume of upgrades then you're on to a winner
     
  20. MadBotter

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    See my thread [Release] Facebook Friend Adder
    and read the replies.

    Features(PaidVersion)

    • Load Accounts
    • Supports Multiple Accounts (send invites to a page from x amount of acccounts)
    • Supports Multiple Pages (invite to x amount of pages at once)
    • Proxy Support (Proxy:Host)
    • New GUI
    • More User Feedback
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    Last edited: Sep 1, 2010