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Friend request: bypass the limit

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by captainkirk1, Jul 22, 2009.

  1. captainkirk1

    captainkirk1 Newbie

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    I wanna know if there is a trick to somehow bypass the 40 requests limit (also for private messages)?
    You know i gotta play BIG, 40 is low and i'm not exactly happy to come back and check if i been stopped in the process and reclick the damn button.
    Feel me?

    By the way, i use YFB maybe there is a better tool out there i don't know, you enlighten me.


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  2. Santorini

    Santorini Registered Member

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    Here is a method that's working for me day in / day out. You just have to set your time delay right.

    Friend Requests minimum of 1 min 5 seconds and a max of 1 minute and 45 seconds

    Sending Messages about 2 minutes and 15 seconds to 2 minutes and 45 seconds

    Subscribing to Channels minimum of 1 minute and 25 seconds and a max of 1 minute and 50 seconds.

    Sharing Videos - 2 minute and 45 seconds and 3 minutes and 15 seconds

    Posting Comments on channels minimum of 3 minutes and 45 seconds and to 4 minutes and 10 seconds. - This sucks but your account wont be deleted

    Im letting it run 24 hours a day and adding anywhere from 400-600 ppl and getting about 300+ messages out per day..

    If you can afford it I would suggest outsourcing it....

    Hope I could help you out!

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  3. captainkirk1

    captainkirk1 Newbie

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    Wow now we're talking!
    I'm tryin' your method as i type

    I'll report back tomorow.
     
  4. captainkirk1

    captainkirk1 Newbie

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    Well that's not so effective (with the delay settings you have indicated), what software do you use?