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Social Media Bots?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by mrichards1984, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. mrichards1984

    mrichards1984 Regular Member

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    Are there any bots available for social media besides instagram, facebook, twitter, tumblr and pinterest?
     
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    for what social media specifically?
     
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    Any would do that has tier 1 traffic.. The big ones are now difficult to monetize with so many strict algorithms in place.
     
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    Like what other kind of social media sites?
     
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    massplanner let you automate accounts on most social media.

    apart from that, you will need to hire a coder to custom build one for you.


    Don't know if there are other viable options
     
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    Good question! Anybody knows any bot (preferable in English) for Russian social network vkontake.ru? It heard it is a gold mine.
     
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    Yes, there are.

    Search for "socia media site + bot" here or on Google. You'll be able to find what you're looking for, if you have particular sites in mind. What you're asking is pretty vague.

    Or you can use Google to search on BHW:
    site:blackhatworld.com intitle:social media site bot

    If you don't find any, you can always hire a coder to make you one.
     
  10. mrichards1984

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    Massplanner has all the big ones, I'm asking for bots besides the big ones.. Like any new trending social media site which might have less strict rules then the big ones.

    I did try on google before posting here.
     
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    Yea, i got that when you first wrote it, it's still vague. Since your thread starter post it turned out that you're looking for tier 1 traffic, but in what niche? What do you want to promote? What type of promotion methods your prefer?

    On top of the sites you mentioned, there are a plethora of well-established sites/apps, where you can get quality tier 1 traffic, you don't necessarily need to look for the next big thing, which may not even exist. Some sites are niche specific or good only for certain type of promotion.

    The sites/apps in question: Google+, StumbleUpon, Reddit, WeHeartIt, Youtube, Dailymotion, Vimeo, Delicious, Digg, Ello, Flickr, Imgur, Foursquare, LinkedIn, SoundCloud, ReverbNation, Wanelo, LiveJournal, Gaia Online, DLH, Classmates, Skout, Tagged, MocoSpace, BlackPlanet, MeetMe, MeetUp, POF, Kik, Snapchat, Tinder and the list goes on especially in the mobile app segment, what's really trending now. If you don't like any of these and want new and trending, that's the direction you need to start your research. However often when something is that new and trending, you won't find ready-made bots, so you need to hire a coder to reverse engineer the app for you.

    Some of the above mentioned sites have public bots or semi-public ones on paid forums, which we aren't allowed discuss. Others don't have bots, however bots can be made, the only limitation is your budget.

    But don't think that you'll have an easier job on smaller sites. If you think that, that's wrong thinking. Often you'll find that the smaller sites have stricter security than the bigger ones. Plus you won't find too much info about the smaller ones, you need to find out everything for yourself, while the bigger sites are well-discussed and you can find a lot of pointers to follow and make your life a lot easier. Unfortunately it's not the wild west anymore, those years are long gone. Every worthwhile site is armed to the teeth nowadays.

    If i were you, i'd just stick with the bigger sites and would try to master a few of them. It won't be easy, but you won't have an easier job with smaller ones either, moreover if you go too small, the traffic won't be there, so it won't even worth it.

    Honestly though, if someone runs a profitable venture on a smaller site you're looking for, do you think that anyone is dumb enough to share it publicly? No-one likes competition. If something like this gets out in the wild, it gets abused, which will lead to one thing: the site strengthens its security and quickly becomes no bueno for everyone.
     
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    LOL how come russian traffic can be "gold" when its almost useless comparing with TIER1?
     
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    Thanks for such detailed reply :) That really helps.

    I'm looking to promote CPA offers in the MMO niche and they mostly accept Tier 1 traffic.

    I used to earn good money on IG for 2 years, unfortunately things went down the hill when 200 accounts of mine got deleted.

    I tried again but now it looks impossible to do the same level of actions once possible and that means less traffic and less $$$.

    Hence I was searching for some lesser known sites like the sites you mentioned.

    Meetme.com looks good with 55mn visits a month and 70% T1 traffic.

    Are there any bots for meetme? I search on google couldn't find one.



     
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    Meetme is a tough one. You need to use PVAs, it's a must. They're ghosting the accs like there's no tomorrow. There is or was a bot out there (it's not functioning atm), but even the bot creator said, that it's tough as f*ck. :) MeetMe uses ThreatMetrix's industry leading fingerprint profiling, so it's pretty hard to bot there.

    I'm not into the gaming niche, so i can't really help with that, but if gaming and MMO, then Gaia Online, G2A and DLH comes to mind, which is purely gaming related.

    Edit: Here's 3 more gaming related social networks: http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/3-awesome-social-networks-just-for-gamers/, not sure how big are they though. maybe worth a look or you can search for "gaming social network" on Google too. Maybe these are smaller than MeetMe for instance, but the traffic is already targeted, while MeetMe is more like a dating/hook-up site, like the name suggests.
     
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    I meant Make Money Online MMO :D

    Any recommendations on that? :)

    Thanks for warning about meetme..

     
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    lol

    I thought WoW MMO. :)

    Make money online niche?
    Twitter and LinkedIn. Facebook too.
    I'm doing Twitter myself in a different niche. It's getting tougher, but it's still not impossible. With LinkedIn i have no experience.

    I know you said networks besides the most popular ones, but maybe give the bird a go. :)
     
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    Cool! You using which bot? And any safe limit on actions?

    Yea read twitter hitting accounts with mass phone verifications recently.
     
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    I'm using none of the popular ones, i can't really speak about it, but you can't really go wrong with Followliker or Mass Planner either.

    I'd say start with slightly aged accounts. A month old is good enough. You need to PVA them, there's no way around it nowadays, if you want to use them for botting. You need a PVA service which offers re-verification or you need physical SIMs with you, what you can access any time. The mass phone verifications affect the accounts mostly when you start to use them, you need to do 3 phone verifications and a password reset on the first few days, after that Twitter leaves you alone for the most part.

    Twitter introduced notification ghosting the last summer, which is really annoying.
    If you read a couple threads in the Twitter section, you can get a pretty good picture about up to date dos and don'ts.
     
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