Facebook Friend Adding Software

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Hi there,

I'm looking for some Facebook friend adding software, I just wondered if anyone has found anything that is any good.

I've tried to use Facebook Blaster Pro, but as I was using proxy's it wouldn't get going.

Any suggestions would be welcomed.

Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author trytolearnmore
    Not that that is my business, but why do you need this bloody piece of software? If you want to leverage some traffic and profits, you need to establish personal connections
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    • Profile picture of the author Ty Neal
      Originally Posted by trytolearnmore View Post

      Not that that is my business, but why do you need this bloody piece of software? If you want to leverage some traffic and profits, you need to establish personal connections

      Yea I agree, There no reason to have 5000 friends if your not getting paid from them on building friendship with them. There are a few software out there but when you connect with a person on a one on one personal level you have a better chance getting a sale...
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  • Profile picture of the author kyrious
    do you mean a twitter like software where you can automated your links well facebook is a social networking site the only you can do this is to create a page worth linking to
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  • Profile picture of the author Phillips Pierce
    FaceWizard is at the moment easily the best all-in-one FB software.
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  • Profile picture of the author Phillips Pierce
    I'm shocked at people wondering how having huge friends lists can be monetized...?

    I have many dozen accounts with several hundred friends each. My friends total several ten thousand across various accounts. By creating fan pages and mass inviting friends I can have a fan page with tens of thousands of fans overnight. You don't think that if I throw up some links to landing pages with free coupons, gift cards, video's or pictures, etc blocked by CPA email submits or other offers I won't make a killing? There are many incentive offers I can pair this with.

    If just 1% of my 10k fans converts I've made several hundred dollars! I can repeat this over and over again...I can send out links every week or every other day, with some valuable content sprinkled in-between. I can repeat this with multiple pages for multiple niches.

    That's just ONE single way of leveraging a massive number of friends for income. With a few weeks work spent building up accounts, friend lists and fan pages I can then make several hundred or even thousand dollars with just a push of a button on demand anytime I want. There are many other ways to leverage massive friends list(s)...
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    • Profile picture of the author MATTYLLL
      Originally Posted by Phillips Pierce View Post

      I'm shocked at people wondering how having huge friends lists can be monetized...?

      I have many dozen accounts with several hundred friends each. My friends total several ten thousand across various accounts. By creating fan pages and mass inviting friends I can have a fan page with tens of thousands of fans overnight. You don't think that if I throw up some links to landing pages with free coupons, gift cards, video's or pictures, etc blocked by CPA email submits or other offers I won't make a killing? There are many incentive offers I can pair this with.

      If just 1% of my 10k fans converts I've made several hundred dollars! I can repeat this over and over again...I can send out links every week or every other day, with some valuable content sprinkled in-between. I can repeat this with multiple pages for multiple niches.

      That's just ONE single way of leveraging a massive number of friends for income. With a few weeks work spent building up accounts, friend lists and fan pages I can then make several hundred or even thousand dollars with just a push of a button on demand anytime I want. There are many other ways to leverage massive friends list(s)...

      Agreed with all of the above comments. I would certainly not try to use a "personal" facebook account to add thousands of friends, as this would mean every time that I login I would have information about people that I have no interest in!!!

      However, if it so happens that a few pretty young ladies from istockphoto end up having profiles, surely this can't be a bad thing if you catch my drift!!!

      The pages is the way to set this up, as you can then broadcast to all of the members in one go, which will then effectively create a "list". WIth your message landing in their FB inbox.

      Beware, Facebook are extremely hot on this type of thing, so if you are going to do this, use proxy servers, otherwise you will without doubt be banned. There are also unknown levels of friend adding allowed, which will also get you banned, I would add no more than 20 a day to begin with.

      Anyone else having any success with this type of approach?
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  • Profile picture of the author sunnyleon
    Facebook has led a restriction on adding lot of friends without any reason. So, I will suggest you to not use any kind of such software.
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    • Profile picture of the author MATTYLLL
      Originally Posted by sunnyleon View Post

      Facebook has led a restriction on adding lot of friends without any reason. So, I will suggest you to not use any kind of such software.
      One way around this is to go to your "farmville" and "mafia wars" friend adding sites and post your slightly provocative profile on them.

      If people then choose to add you as a friend, this can get around this!

      Clearly it can't be as succinct approach as if I was locating "type a" customers, or as high conversion rates, but for mass traffics of young blokes, who are quite likely to have money to spend surely this is a target market for some type of CPA ad or get rich quick scheme....
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  • Profile picture of the author Phillips Pierce
    One way of getting around FB bans is...Having a lot of accounts and keep making new ones! It is inevitable that some of them will be banned with time. It's just the nature of the game. If you have 20 accounts with 200 friends each the loss of one or two accounts is negligible and can be easily replaced. Of course you need to use secure proxies to prevent all your accounts being marked under one swell swoop.

    And the amount of friends you add isn't the foremost indicator of whether you become flagged or not. Facebook and now twitter among other social networking sites look at the RATIO of those you added to those who added you back as the primary indicator as to whether your account is natural or not.

    The average Facebook user has 30 friends. Roughly 80% of whoever they tag as a friend will tag them back. From experimenting with this on Twitter I have found the firing line to be at around 60%...I could add 300 friends a DAY and if my ratio stayed above 60% (180 added me back AT BARE MINIMUM) I would get banned much less often. If it fell below 30% or so I would be banned every single time. On Twitter this number is lower at the moment on Facebook it is higher.

    Facebook has led a restriction on adding lot of friends without any reason. So, I will suggest you to not use any kind of such software.
    Facebook can't detect software itself. No one can. What they can detect is software BEHAVIOR. This is why scheduling, time delay, proxies etc is such an important part of automation.
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  • Profile picture of the author Phillips Pierce
    Originally Posted by Jayson DeMers View Post

    Phillips Pierce, I'm considering purchasing FaceWizard. Do you know of any coupon codes available at the moment? In your experience, is the software worth its hefty price of $249?
    Yes it's only $199 on another forum but I don't believe it's within the rules for me to write which one here and I'm unable to send PM's as I haven't yet reached 50 posts.

    Is it worth it? That depends on how much you can make back with it. Compared to other kinds of automation software there is a lack of good FB software on the market and what is there is priced at a premium. Existing bots generally cost $250 or more for a single function (account creator, wall commentor, etc). FaceWizard contains a number of functions, not just one. They're all fairly basic, no multi threading, etc but the software does handle most FB marketing tasks quite well. It's being constantly updated as well...So yes, I'd say it's worth the price simply because it's easy to make the investment back if you have a plan and because other FB bots are incredibly expensive.

    If you have the money I'd suggest JetBots Facebook suite. Handles everything you could ever ask for at incredible speed and scale but is quite pricey at $2500. I just invested in it myself and have quickly made back the investment, however if you are not yet at the point where such an investment is feasible then I recommend FaceWizard. Easily the best (and frankly only) all-in-one FB software at the moment.

    If you need a link to the discounted version then email me at phillips85pierce@yahoo.com as I can't respond to PM's. I WON'T send you any affiliate links.
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    • Profile picture of the author AzzamS
      Originally Posted by Phillips Pierce View Post

      Yes it's only $199 on another forum but I don't believe it's within the rules for me to write which one here and I'm unable to send PM's as I haven't yet reached 50 posts.

      Is it worth it? That depends on how much you can make back with it. Compared to other kinds of automation software there is a lack of good FB software on the market and what is there is priced at a premium. Existing bots generally cost $250 or more for a single function (account creator, wall commentor, etc). FaceWizard contains a number of functions, not just one. They're all fairly basic, no multi threading, etc but the software does handle most FB marketing tasks quite well. It's being constantly updated as well...So yes, I'd say it's worth the price simply because it's easy to make the investment back if you have a plan and because other FB bots are incredibly expensive.

      If you have the money I'd suggest JetBots Facebook suite. Handles everything you could ever ask for at incredible speed and scale but is quite pricey at $2500. I just invested in it myself and have quickly made back the investment, however if you are not yet at the point where such an investment is feasible then I recommend FaceWizard. Easily the best (and frankly only) all-in-one FB software at the moment.

      If you need a link to the discounted version then email me at phillips85pierce@yahoo.com as I can't respond to PM's. I WON'T send you any affiliate links.

      Thanks for the post Philips, just what I needed to hear. Can I pick your brain on a few things related to facewizard, facebook, proxies, etc. OK to email you on that addy?

      Also can not send you a pm lol
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  • Profile picture of the author kubas
    Is FaceWizard not available anymore? I see on its main site that "This item is no longer for sale".
    Noone knows if they had any argument with Facebook about their products and they had to shut down?
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