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TweetAdder experts, I need your help about running over 100 twitter accounts on it.

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by kittyfranklin, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. kittyfranklin

    kittyfranklin Registered Member

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    This is pretty urgent so if you know anything about tweetadder, please respond with your tips, knowledge, experience, solutions, etc.

    I am new to posting at blackhatworld (but not new to reading here), so thanks for welcoming me into the blackhatworld :)

    So far I have 50 accounts running on tweetadder. And it is starting to slow down. I am using proxies for these accounts.

    For those of you who have tweetadder and have over 50 accounts running on it, do you have any problems with it running slow, and also, how do you run it? On your computer? or with VPS? or with a dedicated server?

    In the long run, I am planning on managing 400 accounts using tweetadder. Most will just be doing following/unfollowing, but maybe about 10% will also be tweeting.

    Does anyone know if I need (or if it's possible) to have more than one tweetadder running, to where I have 100 accounts running on each. So I maybe I could have 4 instances of tweetadder open on my computer, each with 100 accounts (as long as my computer had enough ram to run it all). I was wondering if once instance of tweetadder can even handle 100 accounts or more on one open program of it.

    Also, I was thinking of just buying another cheap computer that has a lot of ram and just using it solely to run tweetadder instead of paying monthly for VPS or a dedicated server since I see this as a long term thing, so buying a computer would save me money in the long run.

    Any help that any of you could give would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance :)
     
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    social1 Senior Member

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    The best thing you can do is turn the update follower/following setting from the default of like 20-30 min to something like 400-800 min. I have 200 accts running on a VPS currently and it runs just as good as when it had 20 accts. Sounds simple but it makes a big difference.
     
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    kittyfranklin Registered Member

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    Awesome tip! Thank you. I think I could have it be updated every 600-700 min and that would probably help.

    Another question: how many GBs of ram do you have on your VPS for 200 accounts? Thanks social1!
     
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    I know its ridiculous that I dont know that, but I have no idea as my partner set it up.
     
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    kittyfranklin Registered Member

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    Okay, that's fine! Thanks anyway for your other tip. I'm sure that will help me out a lot!
     
  6. kittyfranklin

    kittyfranklin Registered Member

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    And if anyone else has any tips as far as how many GBs of ram you're using on VPS, (or if you're just doing it on your computer, how many GBs of ram there) to run over 100 accounts with tweetadder, that would help me greatly with what I would need to get.

    Thanks again everyone! :)
     
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    Amazing advice.
     
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    Chances are if you're running a modern OS (2008 and on) you should have a minimum of 4GB of RAM. You could probably get by with 2.5GB but multitasking with several applications will hit you pretty hard depending on the quality of software (and the programmers abilities); more so if you're on a VPS sharing resources with others.