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MP mass posting question.

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  1. datsunguy

    datsunguy Supreme Member

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    this is for those that use the campaign function on Massplanner

    alright i've been using the Massplanner reposting tool for a while now to post content to 50+ accounts
    and that's all fine and good.

    Now i can't figure out on how to randomize the posting times of a specific post in the campaign function.
    Im able to create a post list and so on but when it posts a post it does so simultaneously on all accounts instead of randomly sponsoring it throughout the day.

    posting on all account simultaneously is a BIg red flag for Ig and causes those accounts to be banned/PV'ed, that's why i need it too be slowly and randomly posted throughout the day.

    Am i able to do that in a single campaign or do I need to create a campaign for each account with randomized posting times for that and just copy the post list to all of those? I think i know how that works, but i would just like to know if there is a shorter way to do that.

    Its a bit confusing yes, bare with me and just ask if i need to explain in more.

    Thanks!
     
  2. wookie85

    wookie85 Regular Member

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    1) One idea would be to split your accounts in multiple campaigns and create a different schedule for each.

    2) Under Campaigns > When to publish > there is an option to randomize timers and number of posts

    3) Under campaigns > post list > you can shuffle the posts. So, if you have more than one campaign and add different times + shuffle the posts, you should be good.

    This is all based on what I understood you are asking. If not, give it another go with the explanation and I'll see if I can help.
     
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    All I'm seeing for your options is in advanced settings "Do not publish posts on multiple accounts in parallel(delay every post on every account)". Then your second option is to create a campaign for each account, although thanks to the copy feature this wouldn't even take you that long.