Discussion in 'Tumblr' started by Mosic, Nov 12, 2014.
If i had 1,000 Tumblr accounts or any social media accounts, how would i manage all of them?
why dont you start by managing 1 account and building up as you grow
I do. Most i had was 40 account and it was hard managing all of them so i don't understand how some people say they run thousands of accounts. I'm so curious how they manage all of them.
2 words: bots, proxies
Yeah i know, i use bots too. but even using bot's it's still hard managing mass accounts.
then those bots aren't suitable to manage accs in mass, with a proper multithreaded bot it should be close to effortless to manage even that many accounts
check out xTumble bot for instance, if you want to manage that many accounts, of course it will have a different price tag too than the bots you're using atm
1,000 Tumblr accounts are too many.
Few Tumblr accounts are enough.
I suggest you to think about how to get plenty of followers e.g: 1,000 followers in one account.
those said they had thousands of Tumblers account are great liars ..my 2 cent...
You can order a custom bot. This bot would read from file, so you only need 1000 files. Then whatever you want to do you just select a file and click run. I think that would be best way to manage 1000 blogs. or if you want to do all of them, then you just place all info in 1 file and click run and bot will do whatever you want to be done on all of them.
If youw ant to do them manually, then god help you.
why would they be? it's highly possible, you clearly don't have a clue how mass botting work
if you're not into building authority accs, you can chose the 'perform only a few actions in a given time frame per acc, but do it w/ a lot of accs at the same time (multithreading) route' to be able to stay under the limits/radar, so your accs will last longer, using this tactic depending on the sheer number of accs you use in the process, you can have the same results from day one than if you would build a few accs for long weeks/months (not talking about the fact that you can lose the accs anytime in the process and your hard work would go down in the drain), w/ mass botting you don't have to worry about banning, because if they ban one acc, you already have 2 other ready to go to war in its place, it's a constant battle 24/7 365 day a year
the only thing you need is some capital to purchase a good all-in-one bot w/ acc creator and everything, proxies, email accs, maybe phone verify service too if needed, some clue about how to monetize, a network which pays and you're set, you can start earning from day one
With Xtumblebot basic account you can manage 1500 Accounts but then you need lot of proxies if you can manage
Tumblr has a way of banning accounts for no reason. That's why many people choose quantity over quality.
Multiple instances of xTumbleBot or any bot that can support multithread and proxies.
I have managed over 500 accounts before with xtumblebot. It's pretty easy to use, check it out. It's a monthly fee though
Build a centralized database back end containing account info, associated emails, proxies etc. Design a http API that allows queries to the database for 'jobs' or 'actions'. Build bots (c#, java, watir, selenium or even imacros) that hook up to this API to get work done. Scale the system by adding more VPS to run the bots on. You can expand the system to add as many of the social networks as you want. You just need to figure out a working strategy for each.
e.g. 1 ip = 2 accounts on each social network. 5 different social networks = 10 accounts in total per ip. If each account can make $0.10c / day that's $1 / day in income with costs of about $0.10c / day including cost of IP and hosting.
Scale that to 100 or more IPs and you are looking at some serious money. The key of course is having good traffic and monetization strategies for all the different social networks.
It would be very expensive since you will need a LOT of proxies.
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