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Making money building auto poster bots

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by electronicsalim, Sep 17, 2016.

  1. electronicsalim

    electronicsalim Newbie

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    Hi,
    I am software developer based in East Africa, after being around this forum for a couple of years i have not had enough time to read along and find a good way to earn passive income online,

    I understand from experience that auto posters are very valuable tools to some of marketers who use fb,twitter etc.

    I am thinking of putting up some effort to build a facebook auto poster, maybe in the future i might be building posters for other platforms i.e. twitter, insta etc

    Do you think there is still a market for me to sell the auto poster? assuming that it is well functional and delivers what a posting bost is expected to bring to the table.

    Is the market bot saturated or there is still some space for some other people to build and sell their bots ?

    Am asking in this forum because i believe most of you have at least once used an auto poster and therefore can give a reasonable advice.
    Thanks.
     
  2. norkodeo

    norkodeo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Well I think that there are plenty bots and powerful bots and platforms for autoposting on twitter or ig or fb and I dont think that its logical to make existing and good working tool again and trying to invent a bicycle once again when its already invented.
    Better make some tools which are not in the market yet.
    Because if you need FB automation tool u dont need to waste time on creating it - u just can buy one and thats it ;)
     
  3. electronicsalim

    electronicsalim Newbie

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    i see, wouldn't it be better if someone presented you with a much better bot for a cheaper price ? Bringing a new bot to the market would mean more choices to users and that's important if you ask me.
    I wouldn't take current bot availability as a reason to stop anyone else from developing new bots.
    Anyway, thanks for your input.
     
  4. Alchemizt

    Alchemizt Regular Member

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    If you can make it better and/or cheaper you should do fine. As far as reinventing the bycycle comment above, how many brands types of bikes are on the market? How many new companies every day? If we all thought like that there would be no innovation. Competition forces innovation thus increasing quality and brings the price down for the end consumer. I say go for it.