Is there an interest in a Reddit bot

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xReminisce

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Yes, there is :)
Features such as
"follow through and search for a certain KW/link"
"Proxys"

Would be great too!
 

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Yes, there is :)
Features such as
"follow through and search for a certain KW/link"
"Proxys"

Would be great too!
Noted, that curently only works for exact links with a certain keyword/username.(upvote/downvote module). Will probably be a whole other feature.
You can try Jarvee!
Jarvee is great but not really suited for mass upvots and downvotes due to it being limited to profiles.

All blackhatters are interested.
:)
 

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Is there an interest in a Reddit bot
Functions:

- upvote/downvore
- subscribe /unsubscribe
- follow/unfollow
- Post comments
- Post threads

+ Several other functions.
If it's offered for free
 

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An AIO bot that does the following would be something i'd buy;

1. Enter proxies
2. Create accounts
3. Farm karma over time
5. Avoid bans as much as possible.

4. Use those accounts as needed for upvoting, with some way to automate voting; (localhost API or something)
 

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I would love a bot that creates Reddit accounts automatically
 

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I'm looking into developing a similar bot which has even more features, all cloud based and all unlimited use 1 subscription plan no limits.
 

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I use scripts and bots all of them were purchasd here from the BH forum. $$$ invested.
 

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"follow through and search for a certain KW/link"
could you elaborate on how this would be useful? To make the site usage look more natural and less bot-like (ie instead of going directly to the post URL)?
 

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could you elaborate on how this would be useful? To make the site usage look more natural and less bot-like (ie instead of going directly to the post URL)?
You are spot on.
It is pretty much what it is.
Emulate a natural looking behaviour rather than getting tons of traffic all being direct.
 

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You are spot on.
It is pretty much what it is.
Emulate a natural looking behaviour rather than getting tons of traffic all being direct.
Great point, I'm going to write something for this into my scripts, thanks for this.

So that means instead of the reddit bot going "open browser > reddit URL > upvote/comment" it'll be more like

1. open browser > search for a user > go to user page > find latest post URL > upvote/comment

2. open browser > search for a subreddit > go to subreddit > sort posts by new > find target post URL > upvote/comment

3. open browser > search for exact match of post title > sort results by recent > find target post URL > upvote/comment

I'm guessing option 3 would be the most realistic, but also slow, the time taken per upvote would go up significantly. I'm wondering how much reddit realistically would be tracking this btw? It seems to be one of those sites that offloads moderation to its users, rather than implementing any advanced fingerprinting (for now).
 

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Great point, I'm going to write something for this into my scripts, thanks for this.

So that means instead of the reddit bot going "open browser > reddit URL > upvote/comment" it'll be more like

1. open browser > search for a user > go to user page > find latest post URL > upvote/comment

2. open browser > search for a subreddit > go to subreddit > sort posts by new > find target post URL > upvote/comment

3. open browser > search for exact match of post title > sort results by recent > find target post URL > upvote/comment

I'm guessing option 3 would be the most realistic, but also slow, the time taken per upvote would go up significantly. I'm wondering how much reddit realistically would be tracking this btw? It seems to be one of those sites that offloads moderation to its users, rather than implementing any advanced fingerprinting (for now).
big subreddit does for sure

1. is also a good option to have in the mix but maybe more towards
open browser > search for a user -> (an RNG amount of them will Follow user) go to user page > find latest post URL > upvote/comment
If they arleady all followed, look in the follow users a opposed to searching for them
 
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