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Follow Liker for twitter not performing tasks?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by madhattter, May 7, 2015.

  1. madhattter

    madhattter Newbie

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    Hi All,

    I asked this in the follow liker thread, but I wanted to see if anyone has a similar experience/solutions.

    I've opened an ongoing support ticket with Follow Liker, as I'm new to the software, and the answers seem to be getting shorter and shorter and not actually answering my questions. I've read through the guide, and I don't see the answer to my question. I asked support and their answer was unsatisfactory.

    So maybe you can help...

    I am using Global settings, running 50 accounts. I have the account threads set to 50, continuous automation, tweeting from a list of tweets and replying to a keyword, yet I see only a few accounts are actually tweeting/replying. It is not that different accounts are tweeting/replying at different automations, there is only a handful of accounts actually doing the assigned tasks when it should be 50 at once. Can follow liker not handle 50 accounts running at once, because I had no issue using a small amount like 10.

    Does anyone know what is going on here and what is the solution?

    Support told me to run custom project settings, but that is not the solution as all of the accounts will be replying to the same tweet.

    The more I use FL the more I feel that it really isn't that great. It's pointless if it can't even handle 50 accounts running on one project using global settings. And they don't have any type of return policy, so it looks like I'm screwed if this doesn't work.

    But anyone have any solutions to this problem? Aside from running 10 accounts per project and cloning the settings for the amount of twitter accounts I'm trying to run? Because that would result in multiple accounts replying to the same tweet.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Cecil Dee

    Cecil Dee Registered Member

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    Yes their support leaves much to be desired. It's like if an answer isn't known it's forbidden to respond and say we're working on a fix or our support is aware of that and will be fixed in a few days or something like that. It is always the user's fault never ever the developer, God forbid. Something as simple as finding and responding to tweets that include a couple of - (do not include), support can't seem to help out to make work. I actually solved my own problem which led to another, lesser problem but still a problem. Actually software is like a 8 out of 10 which isn't bad but bad support when issues arise is making this ship sink some.
     
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