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myspace marketing Q

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nauthiz666, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    I am making my 2nd myspace marketing account today. My question is i know myspace has a 500 per day friend request and message limit, but hits only applies to 1 account right? I could send 400 requests on each account and it shouldnt be a problem right? I haven't changed ip for accounts ora nything.
     
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    I don't think that would be a problem at all, as long as your doing it on different accounts thats fine, I would just be careful if you plan on spamming myspace, be smart about it, otherwise ur gunna get sued...But if your doing harmless stuff, I wouldn't be to worried about having a few accounts that are inviting massloads of people.
     
  3. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    im doing it very indrectly. No bulletins, no spam messages. Only sending affiliate links via response messages. I dont picture this being a problem no??
     
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    well...i thought twitter or facebook is more hotter ??
     
  5. Nauthiz666

    Nauthiz666 Senior Member

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    im just doing myspace first since i know it best, but i believe either should be possible. you just have to be very personal and legit vs spammy and fake.
     
  6. undios

    undios Newbie

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    if you send more 300 friend request per day on one account on myspace your asking to get banned ..there seems to be no limit on comments sent but be easy on that per day friend request
     
  7. drstew

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    There is a 500 limit a day on comments. Also I would only send out around 200 friends requests to stay under the radar. Remember that Friend Blaster Pro has an account chaining feature which allows you to send out like 2000 friend requests :)
     
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    Thats not to bad, I have a new 4 day old account with 2000 friends.

    Mate none of the links in your sig work.
     
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    seamusmcaffrey Registered Member

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    whats the techniques to use the account chaining feature
     
  11. drstew

    drstew Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Click on options at the top and you can then select multiple chaining.

    If you are unsure what it is you need multiple MS accounts to use it. Say you have 10 accounts you can setup FBP to send 199 friend requests max and once it hits 199 for one account it will swap to the next account.

    It really doesn't take that long to manually change accounts but this way you don't have to think about it.

    So what you can do it combined this method over like 5-10 accounts plus using morefriendrequests.com and you should be gaining plenty of friends.
     
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    Matt Cutts Registered Member

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    I'd go with the multiple accounts system. It's safer that way.
     
  13. drstew

    drstew Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    From what I have experienced with morefriendrequests.com and other friend adder or friend train sites is they're not unsafe in anyway. They are actually more safe.

    Sending out friend requests is a clear sign of spamming but gaining 100's of friends from people sending you requests is not. You can then send out up to 500 comments a day on each account :)