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Would this work or is something better?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Tetsuya121, Aug 26, 2010.

  1. Tetsuya121

    Tetsuya121 BANNED BANNED

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    I decided I was going to buy 1k female facebook accounts and add a few friends a day to stay under radar. Then eventually have a normal fan page then at some point put a status update with whatever im promoting after while.

    Is that effective or is it something better nowadays?

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  2. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    It is not a bad idea (nor a new idea), but you would need aged FB accounts, preferably PVAs because FB just did a massive overhaul to their friend adding process. I would have to advise you to wait this one out and let the smoke clear first.
     
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  3. mojstermiha

    mojstermiha Regular Member

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    You can't auto add friends to 1000 accaunts at the moment with any bot. Wait a little longer or buy acc. that already have friends.
     
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  4. Tetsuya121

    Tetsuya121 BANNED BANNED

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    Can you explain what they are did or what they are doing?

    and also I could manage 1k accounts with certain programs. Its only like 5k-10k friends request a day.
     
  5. mojstermiha

    mojstermiha Regular Member

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    You can use Ffap for managing accounts - there is a sales thread on this forum.
    FB doesn't allow you anymore to add friends that are not in your network or at least in most cases. Even if you do it manually, you will get the error message. How often that will be also depends on the several factors: invitation acceptance rate, account age, PVA or non-PVA, possible report of your ''behavior'' of other FB users etc...
     
  6. Tetsuya121

    Tetsuya121 BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah I have FFAP I already have 33 accounts that I been adding friends with the acceptance rate is over 90%. I just was wondering is it even worth it.

    I mean 1k accounts is 10k friends request daily. Should stay under radar. I used non pvas too and I dont have any problem. Idk but I would like to make some decent cash instead of $5-$15 a day :(
     
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    mojstermiha made some good points. To be perfectly honest with you, I have not even tried adding friends since FB made these big changes. However, I can assure you that this topic has been discussed time and time again within this section of the forum (just search around).

    From my understanding, FB is making it damn near impossible to add friends that you do not know and/or have never had any contact with in the past. I have heard you must be mutual friends with a person in order to add them as a friend, but then again I hear that this is false. So to be clear, I am not sure. What I am sure of is a lot of stuff has happened in the last week (hell, even within the last month) and I am guessing FB is slowly scaling back some of the more stricter rules that they had first applied. This is generally what they do when they make big changes such as this one. They will implement some ridiculous filter that would make one think they might as well just shut down their entire website or remove the feature they applied these crazy changes to (for example, when they made overzealous changes to Events recently), but then they come back and loosen the restrictions they had previously applied.

    At this point, unless you are manually testing things out for yourself, IMHO there is no real definitive answer. If you would like, by all means test things out for yourself, but from my past experience with FB...when they make big changes such as ones like this, it is best to just wait a while and let the smoke clear.

    I hope that helped!

    Cheers!
     
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  8. moneyrocks

    moneyrocks Supreme Member

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    does make scene to wait. frnd requests are down a lot these days they are making it very hard these things will affect normal people a lot as well so they will have to track back just wait a bit
     
  9. blastingvolume

    blastingvolume Newbie

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    glad i found this thread. i was thinking of buying some fb software. i gues ill wait out a bit
     
  10. trainerc31

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    yes same here, was getting ready to buy but might wait now
     
  11. Tetsuya121

    Tetsuya121 BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah I decided to just wait a bit. I was planning on buying 1k+ accounts but I will wait. I havent really had any problems but I dont wanna come across any :/