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FollowLiker on 2 years old Account? Noob asks for help!

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by Divenire, Jul 7, 2016.

  1. Divenire

    Divenire Newbie

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    To start off with, I'm quite new to this and are reading posts here on a daily, so yeah, I'm still a noob.
    However, yesterday I bought Followliker and started using it with these settings below:

    Retrieve existing followers and followings: 260
    Scrape User Limit: 40

    Follow User settings:
    Follow Limit: 5 - 10
    Daily Follow Limit: 450 - 600
    Delay Follow: 15 - 20 seconds

    Unfollow User Settings:
    Unfollow After: 0 Days
    Unfollow Limit: 5 - 10
    Daily Unfollow Limit: 300 - 350
    Delay Unfollow: 15 - 20

    Like Photo Settings:
    Like Limit: 5 - 10
    Daily Like Limit: 2000 - 2100
    Delay Like: 17 - 22

    The account had around 500 unactive followers when started, with 0 following.
    Current stats are 660 Followers and 418 Following. Posts are between 10-30likes.

    Currenty I'm posting pretty organized tumblr trash to gain an audience, with the plan of later going into a personal Instagram account step by step(of course with good content only). Now I just want to know from you more experienced users, is everything going right so far you think? I mean, 5k-8k active followers with 300-500 likes on a post are my goals to start off with, and currently without thinking of doing any big cash.

    Thankful for every answer! :)
     
  2. auuuu

    auuuu Elite Member

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    Nope nope nope. Your settings look very aggressive to me. Slow down!

    Unfollow after 3-4 days. Never follow/unfollow on the same day.

    Too many likes in my opinion.

    What is the "General" delay? I hope 4-6 minutes.

    Better safe than sorry!
     
  3. coitza

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    If the account is new you should lower the following limits and only unfollow after a couple of days, some people even say not to follow and unfollow in the same day when the account is new.
     
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    i split the follow and the unfollowing in days ... so i don't do both together.
     
  5. Divenire

    Divenire Newbie

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    I saw these settings on another post here @ Black hat, where it was like "2100 likes max / day"
    However, do you mean these settings with "delay"? :)
     

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    Divenire Newbie

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    So like unfollow after 2 days? The ratio will get pretty bad, but I guess it's all "part of the plan"?
     
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    How can we explain it better? On Instagram, slow is fast, and fast is good.

    Start with long delays and 1/2 or 1/4 of your current settings. It's like your regular diet. You eat about 3 meals a day. All of a sudden, you're not going to start having 10 or 15 meals a day.

    1,200 likes a day, that's for accounts that have been doing likes for 6 months to 1 year gaining more and more likes every day. You don't just go to liking 1,200 photos a day. That's a sure ban from Instagram.
     
  8. Divenire

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    Very true, I guess it's too much greed, as a noob all I thought was the more likes the more return, didn't think of getting banned heh.