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Simplified way of performing tasks with multiple accounts ?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by tymillz, Mar 21, 2010.

  1. tymillz

    tymillz Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Any of you FB marketers have a simplified way of performing tasks with multiple accounts or are you all doing it manually ?

    For instance if you have 40+ accounts, are you manually logging in and out, suggesting friends to pages, etc ?

    Or are you using a macro, or a bot ?
     
  2. fb500

    fb500 BANNED BANNED

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    i have a bot for that purpose.. i load the accounts, the pages links and it logs to each account and send friend requests to those pages.
    it's slow but at least it does the work automatically lol

    btw i also change my ip once every 10 accounts (dsl)
     
  3. Sprouts

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    Why is everyone saying this?
     
  4. fb500

    fb500 BANNED BANNED

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    they want to get banned like carolina :D
     
  5. tymillz

    tymillz Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    @Ropinda, your post is an example of why I post less on the public sections of the forum nowadays.

    If you do not have any serious input to add to my thread, go play in the lounge please.
     
  6. Stadsolutions

    Stadsolutions Newbie

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    tymillz, The way I manage my accounts is through the use of bots.
    I code them myself, so I can make them just how I want. This means any customizations whenver i want and so on. The use of bots also has the advantage that you can keep track so easily of what you've done, simply have an information file(.ini) which the bot will read/write information from/to. This basically lets you know what ID's you have added, which account you have used last and so-on. The use of a bot greatly simplifys everything, you do. I highly recommend for you to think about creating or purchasing bots if you are serious about facebook, it also allows you to easily increase the amount of accounts you are working on.
     
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  7. cool0403

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    use the plugin cookie swap for firefox
    I have 10 accounts i use for facebook so everytime i change users i just change profile.
     
  8. thedon23

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    I didn't know there were bots to log in and out of accounts, and send invites to pages. How much do these bots sell for (generally)?
     
  9. Stadsolutions

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    Yeah.
    Most of these bots can be coded with visual basic 6, however if someone is offering you a bot that uses webbrowser control, do not go near them. A winsock coded one, that will just login and send invites to a page should cost no more than $50. However you'll find people charging from anywhere upwards of $100. These kind of bots have been around for a while so to say. Most of them however are quite buggy, henceforth why I code my own to resolve the bugs.
     
  10. thedon23

    thedon23 Elite Member

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    I see. Do you sell your bot?
     
  11. Stadsolutions

    Stadsolutions Newbie

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    Possibly. I relatively new to the BHW scene, and don't want to come as a one-hit wonder, so-to say.
    If you wanna drop me an email - stadfbsolutions@live.com - I'll get back to you, hopefully a positive to your needs.
     
  12. Ms.SEOHarvester

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    This is cool...Thanks a lot for all the INfo guys..

    Love yah
     
  13. fb500

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    i do not agree with you.. i have webbrowser control bots and i wouldn't sell them at all in the first place =]
    probably you saying $50 because fb keeps changing stuff and bot needs to be updated from time to time but if someone sells a bot with lifetime or X months of free updates i would say those $100/$200 are worth it depending on the bots.
     
  14. tymillz

    tymillz Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Check your email when you get time.
     
  15. Stadsolutions

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    Hmm. I just guess, I don't like the approach of web browser control bots, mainly because its working as a macro and is capable of just clicking here and there. I say $50, because quite simply they are easy to code, sure with facebook the code will be updated and that will result in a change of need in the program but most likely unless you are using an exploit it will be an easy port. I do however not mean to be degrading the use of the web browser control, no matter how much I seem to be doing so.