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Sustainable bot automation strategy

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by futureland, Aug 12, 2013.

  1. futureland

    futureland Registered Member

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    I prepared a big BOT strategy and would like to ask you for a review, before I start.

    1/ Buy virgin private proxies
    2/ Create one mail account for each
    3/ Register for each IP/email couple on all social networks i'm interested in (fb, twitter, tumblr...)
    4/ Create automation rules using a custom made bot that behaves like real human, liking, retweeting contents...

    Is there a way for any social network, mail provider or Google to know it's not real users if I do it this way ? Is it a problem to use PHP/Python scripts instead of uBot-like browser based automation softwares (with fake useragent) ? My goal is to create an army of "people" who interact with as many platforms as possible and i don't want to loose the history of what has been done, I would like to gain trust over time on these platforms and keep increasing the power of my "users". I've also heard that some proxies are known coming from datacenters VS domestic proxies. Is it true ?

    Thanks for your advices !
     
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    satyr85 Power Member

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    Do you really think that big sites like facebook check only IP? You have to learn alot bro.
     
  3. futureland

    futureland Registered Member

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    So what about 1 IP, 1 email 1 computer ? I can buy old computers for 20$ each, so 100 computers for 2000$
     
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    satyr85 Power Member

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    Download ieinspector play wit it. No need to buy separate PC's. Each old PC would take 200wat or more so electricity bills would kill you- go for virtualbox if you want separate virtual PC's
     
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  5. futureland

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    Thank you for for the tips. Anyway at some point I would need to scale some computing power to grow this network. having virtual PCs means having also different MAC addresses ?

    And what's your opinion on the IPs flagged as coming from datacenters. is it a potential issue ?
     
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    With virtualbox you get different virtual mac.
    IPs can be flagged but im not sure if they are.
    Look for internet provider with dynamic IPs. For example in my country for ~$30 monthly i have new IP every time i restart router. It take 5 minutes to restart router, and 5 minutes to run bots with XX-XXX threads so every day i can make 144 "cycles" with 144 new IPs. How much would you pay for 144 fresh proxies daily ;) ?
     
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    You shouldn't have to buy any additional computers. With the correct software you could do this all from one machine. Your accounts will probably get flagged if they see IP's from know proxy providers or data centers. Also you will have to be passing correct referrers, user agents and browser headers to imitate real traffic as closely as possible. what I've done with success in the past is write my own proxy software and offer people money to download and run it on their home PC's. This is the best way as the IP's won't be from data centers or big networks. Just average people on their home internet connections.
     
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  8. futureland

    futureland Registered Member

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    Very! Very! Valuable information. I've been blackhatting for 10 years, but I was not at all into automation and proxies. In the old days, a good doorway pages generator, a few pr9 links from weather or statistics sites and that was it. Then it evolved and it became more complex in terms of link building... I didn't need to play with social networks until social signals started to matter in the equation.

    Some people use social networks for direct traffic and don't care about getting banned, they just recreate accounts. In my position, what I would like to have is an army of internet users that can fake all social signals to please Lord Google, but tailor them to be focus on my niche.

    The idea of using people's PC and internet connexion is great and I already thought about it, but would it make sense for people to install something that would make them earn 1$ per month ? Or what would be the business model ?