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Discussion in 'Instagram' started by instinct21, Aug 14, 2015.

  1. instinct21

    instinct21 Junior Member

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    hey there ,
    how do you guys commenting ?
    i mean what you put at the comments
    i was using location but i want to run a lot of accounts and to comment on as much as photos as i can but only releted to my conutry .
    how can i do it in the best way ?

    how to scrape users based on my country to comment on , in the best and fast way ?
    thanks
     
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  2. derchiller0815

    derchiller0815 Registered Member

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    I stopped commenting since I herad it gets you banned in no time.
    Before that I used comments like "Nice!" or "Keep it up!", stuff that can be used on basically any picture
     
  3. ameyrajeshirke

    ameyrajeshirke Registered Member

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    I follow this rule

    three likes, one follow, one comment

    use this is a targeted niche
     
  4. splishsplash1

    splishsplash1 Power Member

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    if you want to comment, use advanced spintax. I do it for my captions
     
  5. instinct21

    instinct21 Junior Member

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    you didnt got what im asking for ,
    lets say i want to comment every photo i can but releted to my conutry .
    what is the best to do it ?
    what should i use on the comments - popular , location etc.
     
  6. duceduc

    duceduc Supreme Member

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    I think the OP is asking on how to scrape users based on his country to comment on.
     
  7. instinct21

    instinct21 Junior Member

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    yes , thanks
    anyone ?
     
  8. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    One way to do it is find a random person within your country and check his followers. If most of them are within your country then scrape all of them.

    Rinse and repeat.

    Doing this, I get about 30%-60% of the people I want to target. There are other ways to do it but I would rather keep it to myself for now.
     
  9. instinct21

    instinct21 Junior Member

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    and how do i scrape his followers in fast way + how i imporat that to FL fast ?
    thanks !
     
  10. instinct21

    instinct21 Junior Member

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    some one please?
     
  11. duceduc

    duceduc Supreme Member

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    You mentioned in your first post that you have been using 'location' to scrape users. So you already know how to scrape users to a list and use it to comment on their photos. Finding users by country is very vague. There's no easy way but to find users and scrape their followers and or following list.

    What Paper-Boy is suggesting is to manually finding users with high amount of followers and look into their followers list to see if they are in your country. If it looks good, paste their name in a new query with query type 'user's followers'.
     
  12. Cantouchth1s

    Cantouchth1s Junior Member

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    Rightly said and there is no way you can do it (better?) except putting the name of your location (country/city/state) or any other tags that are identified with it (theaters, museums, clubs, shopping centers, bars/restaurants, etc..), but you should double check the results if you want it to be close to true.