I'm talking about doing a bunch of @username updates on twiter. Was there ever any merit to this method anyway? Here's my journey: I just did that stuff for fun and suddenly I got hundreds of clicks to some crappy clickbank product, got my twit accounts suspended, tweaked the scripts a bit, used diffrent urls, but nothing seemed to work as good as it did the first time. Then someday I got about 800 clicks in a couple of hours, HOLY CRAP! I did it with about 10 accounts and a few seconds delay (after each request). Funny thing: these accounts were not suspended, but after a few hours they didn't generate a single click no matter what I did. So, I make a new batch of accounts, 200 clicks, then nothing. But wait for the stunning conclusion. I went to check the access logs and almost none of that traffic were actual visitors, all some strange bots and weird user agents. Some looked legit, but hardly worth the mention. So what's going on? Some random sites picking up your url just because they see it mentioned every few seconds? Twitter quietly suppressing @ messages? P.S. I was kindly pushing some weight loss stuff to Oprah's followers. I thought to myself, they're fat AND stupid, this is gonna be perfect Anyways, I managed to get 4 order form impressions and 1 order form submit per about 2k hop counts. Is this normal? I'm sure it's not but tell me anyway. tldr: :twak: <-here's a turtle. If none of you will respond to this, I forgive you.