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Instagram Clueless Need Help

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by dacreepa, Nov 22, 2014.

  1. dacreepa

    dacreepa Newbie

    Nov 22, 2014
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    1st off I'm new to Black Hat & I know I will probably get dragged through the fire, but I really need help with Social Media, but I'm starting with Instagram!

    My current IG account has over 10K followers (Music Niche) some of which were purchased, but I don't get nearly the amount of likes, comments & increased followers.

    I'm tired of paying to get like, followers, comments, etc....

    I want to be able to do like's, autolike on my own pictures as well as other people's pictures & to start making money with instagram by being able to market to Artist!

    I want to gain a lot of followers & be able to run multiple IG accounts without having to log out of 1 account then into the other's each time.

    As I stated I'm clueless as to how people I am paying to do some of these services are doing it, but I no longer want to pay I want to be able to do everything myself.

    Ok Black Hat I know you all are going to give me a hard time, but I hope someone will take the time to assist me!
  2. FlinnD

    FlinnD Registered Member

    Aug 24, 2014
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    they are using sophisticated bots that they coded themselves or outsourced at somewhere like this forum.
  3. IslandCat

    IslandCat Junior Member

    Mar 17, 2014
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    I've seen people offering to code custom bots, maybe try them?
  4. FallenSputnik

    FallenSputnik Junior Member

    Apr 25, 2010
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    Honestly any social media bots are a hit or a miss - most of them will work for a few years and then either support will die or the owners decide to pack their bags and leave. Best idea is to learn to code - and program a bot to your liking, if you do not know how to code, get a basic bot and look at its coding, modify it and make it your own, see what changes when an "update" comes out and take it from there.