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Remember FB in June? We'll do it again! Now!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ijof9, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. ijof9

    ijof9 Power Member

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    All right if you're not already familiar with facebook autolike I suggest you read 1 & 2. Those are some failed attempts to go viral, but after careful studies and other numerous failed attempts, I believe there's away around their measures. So if you're not already familiar with autolikes here's the deal.

    1. You already have 30-40 autoblogs on several domains. This means PHP+MySQL
    2. All these blogs go into a big big list, we need 2-3000 domains
    3. You setup the script I give you (MySQL info).
    4. You put in your CPA / Content Locker code and fill the basic info: the title (as in "Jessica Parker make-up fail" or whatever), a description and a thumbnail.
    5. You send back the URL or URLs where you set it up.
    6. All these URLs, as I said, go into a big list.
    7. Once we have all the volunteers in, they will all get an e-mail with this list. This needs to be uploaded in the same folder with the script.
    8. Whoever feels fit to deploy the thing will be the first one to start it. I take it there are a few conditions such as the timezone (time), the fanpage in which it will be published etc.
    9. This first run will set the whole process into motion and here is how it works:

    1. users arrives onto a fake BBC page. This is a real genuine BBC-looking page with a video. The video is fake though (it's just a picture).
    2. The user clicks play but instead of play, he will be clicking an underlying "Like" button that flies right under the mouse cursor
    3. The script (a simple MySQL memory table) jumps to the first URL in the list and outputs the necessary OpenGraph meta tags onto the page.
    4. When the user clicks on the like button, he will in fact be liking the next URL in the list, not the current one. So the next blog, with the OG tags for the next one (and so on) will go right into the visitor's news feed on facebook.
    5. because there's 2000-3000 domains taking turns, each one of them will get likes but at a lengthy time interval and after days it is expected to still be running.

    NOTES:
    We already did this (I with the help of a friend in Sri Lanka) with 15 web-based proxies (instead of domains) it run for about 36 hours, then all the domains got that "confirm like".

    I have to make the necessary adjustments as right now it only works with web-based proxies, but as far as I know this community from the past threads some of you might not approve of this method at all, or even start throwing rocks at me that I might be stealing your MySQL accounts or something.

    However if you do actually own 20-30 domains you do nothing with, and you actually make it across your insecurities, you should proceed by letting me know.

    UPDATE: TL;DR Version
    We're going for Facebook Autolike again. We need:


    - People with 30-40 hosted domains (the more domains you have the better for all of us, your earning potential grows) - php and mysql support mandatory because you will be hosting a script - You will monetize via CPA; If you want to implement other method PM me (Earning potential - from $5,000 up to when Facebook manages to deteriorate the system)

    - one guy with a facebook fan page or group or whatever who can spread to 15-18 years old US facebook users. I will give you the same monetization solution I use (makes around $200 every thousand viewers). You will also be allowed hosted domains & CPA as above.



    So, are you interested?
     
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  2. Subsonic

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    Edit: removed
     
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  3. ijof9

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    So you 1-star the thread and remove your post? Jesus Christ, Vincent...
     
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    Subsonic Regular Member

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    Nah, wasn't me.. I just made a joke about those MySQL databases but decided to remove it. :)
     
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  5. ijof9

    ijof9 Power Member

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    Didn't knew about memory storage engine? :)
     
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    thats great bro.
     
  7. mutatedllama

    mutatedllama Regular Member

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    Might be interested in this. Will wait for some others to reply to get some more opinions.
     
  8. ijof9

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    Updated, follow the first post. I'm leaving the offer up until Monday, then I'll start head-hunting members.