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Fiverr Bot in Development

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by parabellum, Jul 19, 2013.

  1. parabellum

    parabellum Newbie

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    Hey BHW,

    I usually hang around at other forums like BHT, Warrior Forum and some of my own forums which are doing okay...
    BHW is one of the most active forums on the internet and can't wait to learn more about Internet Marketing because I know for a fact that 60 percent of the info that goes on to Warrior Forum is absolutely useless.

    Anyways, I'm developing a Fiverr Bot because I've realized that there is no Fiverr bot around on the internet. The ones that are on the internet are now abandoned.
    I've made a few bots for myself before for private use for things like: Reddit Autoposter aligning with the reddit guidelines and forum posters.

    I'm using the Visual Studio C++ IDE in order to create the bots because it's so easy to manage and design the GUI.

    Anyways, I'm going to get on with this -
    The bot is half-way developed and has made me around 30 accounts all making at least $10 a day - Really good income. Many people would say: "Hey, why would I want to check each account daily to see if I got a gig sold?" - Well, we have a notification system where it checks your email(s) daily to see if you have any new Fiverr mail!

    The easiest part of this entire creation was probably the captcha rofl - Fiverr's captcha is a joke.

    So, I was wondering - What are a few things people want to see in a Fiverr bot?
     
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  3. parabellum

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    My programmer and I actually built this bot from the ground-up using C# but we're basically redeveloping it in C++ because it has more flexibility in functions for what we want to have the bot do. What is your take on it?
     
  4. phatzilla

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    seems very unnecessary to do it in C++.
     
  5. parabellum

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    I can see what you mean since the concept of the Fiverr Bot isn't as complicated to go to that extent - What would you suggest?
     
  6. parabellum

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    Progress Update:

    Features Completed -
    1. Account Creation Complete
    2. Gig Submission Complete
    3. Captcha Solver complete
    4. Built-In Fiverr Browser Complete

    We are now working on adding a few more functionalities and we are planning to get Bot-Testers before we launch as we have our MAIN features complete - But we will be adding more soon like:

    1. Mass Messaging PM
    2. Buyer Scraper
    3. Seller Scraper
    4. Gig Finder and Scraper
    ... and much more!
     
  7. Ptrick125

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    Wow! Sounds like a really useful tool, how much do you plan on selling it for?

    Posted via Topify using iPhone/iPad
     
  8. hpv222

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    You need to add private proxy support + account to proxy tie (match); fiverr might turn a blind eye if you have a handful of accounts, but if you have a lot of them, then they will close all your accounts the moment a buyer (or competitor) complains ... and when you offer similar gigs, this is just a matter of time. Also, cookie wipe between account logins or creation, using different user agents, etc. to cover your tracks.
     
  9. Bestcreaters

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    gig collect will help sellers
     
  10. parabellum

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    Hey buddy,

    Thanks for the advice!

    I was obviously thinking of adding Proxy Support but you gave me more things to worry about :p


    Hi Ptrick,

    I'm not actually sure how much I want to price the product.

    I am thinking no more than $50 - Do you think that's the right decision?
     
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  11. SPQR

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    My exact thoughts. If it is not to much of a hassle, do you mind posting the speculated price?
     
  12. parabellum

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    I am thinking no more than $50 - Do you think that's the right decision?
     
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    For a bot of this calibre, that would be a perfect price. :)
     
  14. parabellum

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    Perfect!

    I didn't want to make it overpriced and I too think that having the price under $50 is a good choice.
     
  15. kasopise

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    seems interesting !! anyway are u going to ask for money for it ? lol
     
  16. SPQR

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    Why do you not read through the thread before posting?
     
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  17. parabellum

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    Thanks for sparing me from asking preconceived questions. :p
     
  18. moggwai

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    First of all .. 99% of the stuff on warrior forum is shite - The other 1% is legitimate themes and user feedback
    Secondly - Hope the bot goes well :D
     
  19. parabellum

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    LOL!

    Yeah, I know - I felt like being generous and saying 60% - and thanks!
     
  20. rodol

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    is this still on development?