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- TweetAttacks - Got a Niche, Got an Offer. Now What?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Beven, Feb 27, 2012.

  1. Beven

    Beven Elite Member

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    A few simple questions. Hopefully other people on the fence about purchasing TA will also be able to benefit from this.

    Okay so I have the free version of TA, but I want to be able to use the reply function, as in pick a specific set of exact keywords, and then set the software to reply to the people who typed these keywords.

    I am planning to get 5 private proxies at $1 a month as use 3 accounts per proxy.

    These are a few questions I have about using this method;

    1) I don't want these accounts banned otherwise the proxies will become useless, what's the max amount of replies I should send daily?

    2) Are 3 accounts per private proxy reasonable?

    3) The niches I have looked into are not overly competitive especially not on twitter, is TA still an effective way to market?

    Thanks for your time, I hope you can understand my caution is buying a $147 product as my budget in constricted.

    :)
     
  2. Taktical

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    1) Its not the number of replies, its the rate and the time frame. You shouldn't send them too fast (space them out by a minute or so for each account) and include "normal tweets". Also, don't run the same accounts 24 hours a day. Split them into 3 groups that get 8 hours each. Twitter knows that no human posts 24 hours a day.

    2) 2 accounts per proxy is safer, but 3 can work

    3) TA can be very effective if you do it right. I get TA spammed to my real twitter account and its just some idiot who says "hey taktical...t.co/ds34dS" Thats dumb. It should be "Hey i found what you're looking for on this page: t.co/dteT43Dd"

    Note: your accounts will get banned because twitter users will report you. just the way it works :spam:
     
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    sonobby1 Regular Member

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    You dont have the reply function in the free version?
     
  4. Beven

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    Awesome reply thanks a lot,

    When you say my accounts will eventually be banned, could I still carry on using my private proxies for tweetattacks even after they had a couple of accounts banned on them?

    As in, do you mean I should only ever use 2 accounts at the same time, or two accounts in total and then get new proxies?

    Thanks again for your time
     
  5. Taktical

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    two accounts simultaneously.

    and the accound will be banned, but your proxy should still be fine. at least as far as i know i haven't heard of twitter permanently banning IPs