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what is the meaning of "Ratio" in FollowLiker?

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by potinb, May 22, 2015.

  1. potinb

    potinb Junior Member

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    Hello friends, Can anyone explain to me what is the meaning of "Ratio" in FollowLiker?
    I am new at FollowLiker.

    Thanks.
     
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    All I know is I could never figure it out, it was a constant struggle trying to figure out the ratio...
    Now I just keep the follow and the unfollow ratio both at 0, and just set how much daily you want and dont even worry about the ratio.
    If you do have a ratio in there like 2:1, then for every 1 follower you have, your bot will follow 2 people (or its the other way around)

    It makes it so that when your account does get to the point where its the same as the ratio you want, it will stop following or unfollowing until something changes (another person follows you, ect) then it will start again.

    I've found it to be easier to not even mess with the ratio, a lot of people seem to use it though.
     
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    :)) come on man, it's really not that hard ... 3rd grade math

    All you need to know if that you have 2 numbers followers(how many people follow you) and follows( how many people you follow) . Not the ratio can be <1, =1 or >1 .
    <1 when you have more followers that follows ( because it's follows/followers )
    =1 when the two numbers are equal
    >1 when you have more follows than followers ( again because it's follows/followers)

    As long as the ration is <1 you're good to go and your account looks good.
     
  5. mdraino

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    It gets complicated because your setting a ratio for two different things. If you were just setting it for followers/unfollows, it would be a little easier.
    And who cares if its 3rd grade math. I can't even remember 6th grade math, let alone 3rd grade math.
     
  6. bishopx26

    bishopx26 Newbie

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    hey bro. .can u pls tell me some revies about FollowLike.r. does it worth to buy it ? please answer
     
  7. wizard04

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    You lost me at 3rd grade math...its to much man.
     
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    This. Generally you want to have a number of followers GREATER (>) than the number of follows you have. That is your ratio.
     
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    This ratio shit confuses the hell out of me!

    So for the number where I can put the ratio, i should put 2 if I want 2 people following me for every 1 im following?
     
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    Why don't you open a support ticket and tell them exactly what you want?