Making a FB bot - need your opinion

fatboy

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Aug 13, 2008
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Afternoon all.

I have put together a FB Group Posting bot that will post comments to other peoples posts based on whether they are US based or not, giving you the ability to post x amount of posts per group and a max # of posts across all the groups you are subscribed to.

Now, as most people know that my IM skills are non-existent, would this bot be any good to anyone or are you FB marketers more interested in a bot that will create new posts and not post comments on other peoples posts?

Trying to decide which version may be better - its all browser based so no API involvement to make it all look a bit more natural!

Cheers
 
Nope - its a Ubot based one, this version works well but trying to decide if I should just put one together that starts its own posts instead of answering other peoples.
 
Hey man,
Instead of targeting group, why not target facebook pages instead.
The ability to load facebook accounts(with proxy), commenting on page's update and then upvoting that comment with the other facebook accounts loaded. You can also have functionality of commenting on top rated comment and then upvoting that comment.
All accounts should be rotated of course.
Just some thoughts :)
 
Nope - its a Ubot based one, this version works well but trying to decide if I should just put one together that starts its own posts instead of answering other peoples.

Based on my experience, be it API / HTTP requests / browser-simulation based bot, it all does the same, and have the same limitation. As for the feature, I think you just have to implement both.
 
What about something that posts comments on our own pages with use of proxies?
 
Selecting pages instead of Groups will give more exposure.
More and more people are pron to pages instead of groups.

Every people love to get the reply on their posts, so if the
content of post will be nice than this will work like a charm.
 
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