Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by azurous, Oct 14, 2016.
Has anyone had experience using bots to upvote their own posts?
Yes... Reddit is relatively easier for these things
Not seen any bot for such purpose. like to know where I can get reddit upvotes bot?
i don't think so i also need such bot for reddit
What do you guys need on Reddit?
Have worked with it in the past and I can code it too if it's in demand.
first you need the accounts..
which reddit has one of the simplest signup systems
I have bot bot which i have used while back for upvotes.. if you required i can modified for current stats..
PM me if your still looking for it.
Doesn't Reddit Dominator program do this? Also, I'm curious as well. How feasible is the idea of having a bot to upvote your own posts you make? (Assuming the post itself is not some spam, and actually relates to the subreddit)
Is reddit easily able to recognize the botted upvotes and ban all the accounts? (Using proxies of course)
ubot bot also working fine on reddit
if you need Reddit quality accounts so let me know add me on skype: roxanclub
Have coded such things before, so simple about 40% of upvotes seem to retain when using spam accounts and proxies
Are the other 60% users disabled or just the votes dont show up?
Reddit doesnt disable the accounts, not sure what happens, they just don't stick!
Hm thats weird.
I've got 20 or so accounts I use, but I normally only add 4 - 5 votes, and DeathAss01 is right about not all the votes sticking. My current guess is after a while, accounts start to pass less karma to your accounts.
I had over 100 accounts passing upvotes to some of my posts and after 10-20 minutes sometimes only 30 upvotes sticked, depended on what subreddit it was in too
It's like about 2 out of 5 that sticks every a bit, but so must around you get as well.l
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