SocialBot - a couple of questions for bookmarking experts...

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I just purchased SocialBot wso and had a few questions.

I have several sites I plan to run thru it but I'm wondering should I create a few different accounts (user names) for different sites or should I have them all with the same user name?

My websites are on vastly different subjects so one wouldn't really go with the other.

What do you all do?

Thanks in advance
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  • Profile picture of the author pmore
    I suggest sticking with just one account for each of the social networking sites. Creating multiple accounts could look spammy. Plus you'll save some time.

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