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How are Programmers and Others Adding Twitter Followers to Accounts?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by MarcCharles, Feb 18, 2013.

  1. MarcCharles

    MarcCharles Newbie

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    How are programmers, and others on sites like SEOClerks, Fiverr, and hundreds of other sites adding Twitter Followers for people so quickly?

    I know most of the Followers are fake.

    But some programmers and others offer Real Twitter Followers as well.

    How do they do it or what program do they use?

    Please don't post if you're guessing, making something up, or promoting someone else's software program.

    I'm looking for tech savvy expertise here.
     
  2. YouFeelMeDawg?

    YouFeelMeDawg? BANNED BANNED

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    You need to understand what they mean by REAL, because they are not the REAL you think.

    In other words, technically they are all botted with fake accounts, by REAL they mean profile pics, bio filled in, and activity to make the accts look real, instead of just plain twitter accounts.
     
  3. Tsongkie

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    Just like what YouFeelMeDawg? said, those who are selling on fiverr have a different connotation on what is a real user. The best they can do for a "real" user is to bot youlikehits or some like/follower exchange site and sell the follows. Most only use a bot with their own accounts.
     
  4. MarcCharles

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    I understand that aspect of it.

    Do they have in-house , or access to fake accounts.

    But how do they "add" them to a Twitter account?

    For example, members on SEOClerks offer to add five thousand Twitter Followers to an account for three dollars (or whatever). How do they do this....technically speaking?
     
  5. Tsongkie

    Tsongkie Regular Member

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    I see what you're saying.

    They basically have access to thousands of accounts and proxies. Accounts they can purchase or/and get through an account creator. They don't need to email verify these as you can still use and update a twitter account by using a fake email. Proxies they can get from bulk suppliers. 1 proxy can create up to 24-50 accounts a day if used correctly (create only 1-3 accounts per hour for every proxy). If you have 1,000 proxies then you can create about 25,000 to 50,000 accounts a day.

    Now that they have accounts, they would run those accounts in a profile editor bot. They will use a bunch of biographies and photos and whatever info they need.

    The last step is running the accounts to follow users with a follow bot. There are a lot of bots to choose from. I had a client here who had one custom made just for this purpose.

    Most of the money needed in these types of campaign relies on the account creation as you will need captcha credits to automatically break captchas on twitter sign ups. When you have a large database of accounts, you can use them over and over everytime someone orders "follows" from you.

    Let me know if that doesn't make any sense.
     
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  6. YouFeelMeDawg?

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    This is why twitter followers are like a couple of bucks per K.

    You have to understand this, the more accts you can put on a proxy and the less ip restrictions they have , the cheaper it will be.

    Try doing that with facebook.

    It is all about how strict they are, if you see the prices that cheap then it means that the Account:IP ratio is very high, meaning the amount they charge per task will lower.
     
  7. MarcCharles

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    Excellent. That's what I needed. Much appreciated.