Discussion in 'Instagram' started by JustChillin, Aug 18, 2015.
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can i run FL on multiple machines, with 1 license?
[h=2]naming instagram username for botting (please help)[/h] i am going to make a lot of accounts to bot my brand and my online shop
but i need to use 1 spesific name of my brand and shop
i heard that we shouldnt use the same first name and last name for our accounts to survive spam check
is that true? i just want to clarify this..
so.. for example, my brand is cocacola.
can i make it like this?
and so on..
somebody said he ran 10+ accounts by just adding a number to the end of each username.
i did this and got banned immediately after 55 follows.. shit..
Thanks for sharing.
anybody can answer this?
Your FL license can run on one computer at a time. If you want to use it on another computer, you have to send FL support a ticket asking to reset your license so you can install it on the new computer, which means the old one won't work anymore.
I think you should be fine, although adding a prefix and suffix is kinda pointless to me. I'd rather have either prefix or suffix, but not both of them.
JustChillin can you please send me your Skype username too?
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I need to run 20-100 accounts on FL to comment & like pictures of certain accounts. However they won't comment or like a lot. I'd say less than 30 likes a day and less than 5-10 comments a day each account. Therefore, do I still need to use one proxy for every 3-5 accounts or should this work without proxys too?
You should use proxies in my opinion.
Thank you for your advice, I will stick to that! When commenting a picture of an account with FL, how can you decide which picture to comment? For example, can I tell FL to always comment the most recent picture, or one of the three most recent pictures?
I don't think you can set FL to comment on one of the three most recent pictures.
Yes, I believe they work with hashtags too.
You're welcome, glad you liked it
You the real MVP.
Thanks for this
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