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[HELP] Cloaking sponsored tweets -SP Mylikes

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by christoofar, Mar 29, 2013.

  1. christoofar

    christoofar Newbie

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    Hello everyone.

    Could someone please explain to me how to cloak a sponsored tweet. I'm talking about mylikes really since they are who I use the most.

    I see the same thing being posted by others without the -SP on the end, and even some changing the wording as they wish.

    Since mylikes sends the tweet from their own site, how is this being done?

    Thank you.
     
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  2. christoofar

    christoofar Newbie

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    BUMP

    Anyone?
     
  3. twoKplusONE

    twoKplusONE Newbie

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    Copy and paste the link where you desire. Add text relating to the ad then paste the link right after it. No '-sp' needed.
    Example:

    Ad text: 'What did Michael Jordan Say to keep himself motivated -bitly.linkhere-'
    Your text: 'Check out these motivational quotes! -bitly.linkhere-'

    Make sense?
     
  4. Jesusp19

    Jesusp19 Regular Member

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    is mylikes anygood?
     
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  6. EddieC123

    EddieC123 Regular Member

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    Most of the time, but they do have the occasional decent UK campaign pop up as well.

    OP, you can use the recommendation in the first reply, but prepare for a ban. It's in Twitter's TOS that you have to declare sponsored tweets, and it's in Mylikes TOS that you have to comply with Twitter's TOS. A little '-sp' at the end of a tweet isn't too bad anyway, most companies use '#Ad' or '#Spon' which are much more obvious.
     
  7. Jesusp19

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    is there like a way to clickjack the links?
     
  8. christoofar

    christoofar Newbie

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    Thanks for the replies.

    A ban? Really?

    I've been following some twitter accounts that have been doing this for a very long time and I can't ever recall them ever being banned. I was just thinking it would increase clicks.

    Anyway, I'm still not sure I understand how to do it.
     
  9. christoofar

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    Makes no sense to me at all. The links are directly sent from from clicking "post to twitter" from the mylikes site.

    What am I missing here?
     
  10. Greasebaum

    Greasebaum Registered Member

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    I believe he is referring to the ads with weblinks.