FB Group Snatcher of Social Lead Freak

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Hello, I would like to download UID's from Facebook groups. Has anyone compared these 2 programs? FB Group Snatcher says they can pull UID's from closed groups even if I'm not a member, it looks like Social Lead Freak can't do that? If you've tried either is that true? I'm not too concerned about the amount of time it takes to download since I won't be doing many groups, especially not at the same time.
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  • Profile picture of the author awledd
    First thank yoou for letting me know FB snatcher exists because I was thinnking of buying social lead freak. But in my opinion, SLF is superios because it has much more features.
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    • Profile picture of the author Pixel Theory
      Just make sure that the software you invest in is in complete adherence to Facebook's TOS.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ray Erdmann
    If you haven't heard, I would check out SocialSpy...pulls A LOT MORE INFO than SLF....couple that with say $02. FB Clicks and you've got a winning formula for advertising on Facebook!
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  • Profile picture of the author magicquad
    Socialspy now goes to a domain for sale page. Was working yesterday. Should I be worried?

    edit: working now. I mistakenly went to the dotcom, my bad.
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  • Profile picture of the author cijenterprises
    I would have to say SLF because he is constantly updating.
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  • Profile picture of the author imaginesight
    Hey, I personally use SLF to build my custom audiences and Bought the unlimited version to share with my team.. we all love it and i've been training to run down click prices as well.. Hope it helps!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Albos
    SLF s*ck in support and replaying tickets...

    I am not hearing from them in ages.
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  • Profile picture of the author garyk1968
    Anything that scrapes FB in this way is against their TOS.
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  • Profile picture of the author imsirigiri
    FB Group Snatcher is one of the best tools out there.

    Highly targeted campaigns can be created and the conversions across some niches blew through the roof in some months. It made lots of my customers happy.

    Totally recommended.
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  • Profile picture of the author garyk1968
    anything that scrapes UIDs is in violation

    9.Custom Audiences:
    a. If you use custom audiences you must comply with the Custom Audience Terms.
    b. You may create a custom audience on a client's behalf but must only use the client's customer data to do so (ex: you must not collect or provide any additional data to create a custom audience).
    c. You must not use Facebook User IDs to create custom audiences unless the person associated with the User ID has logged into your client's app and your client has secured any necessary consent from that person (ex: you must not create a custom audience based on users who have engaged with a Facebook Page).
    d. You must not sell custom audiences, and must not transfer a custom audience to anyone without our permission.
    e. Your custom audience tool may provide the same functionality and targeting options that Facebook provides, but you must not provide additional data or targeting options.
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    • Profile picture of the author dieselpro
      Originally Posted by garyk1968 View Post

      anything that scrapes UIDs is in violation

      9.Custom Audiences:
      a. If you use custom audiences you must comply with the Custom Audience Terms.
      b. You may create a custom audience on a client's behalf but must only use the client's customer data to do so (ex: you must not collect or provide any additional data to create a custom audience).
      c. You must not use Facebook User IDs to create custom audiences unless the person associated with the User ID has logged into your client's app and your client has secured any necessary consent from that person (ex: you must not create a custom audience based on users who have engaged with a Facebook Page).
      d. You must not sell custom audiences, and must not transfer a custom audience to anyone without our permission.
      e. Your custom audience tool may provide the same functionality and targeting options that Facebook provides, but you must not provide additional data or targeting options.
      SO WHAT!!!

      You think Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs always followed rules to get to where they got to. Yet, once they get to the mountaintop and create some rules/ TOS for their company, there's always some Joe Friday "By The Rules Ma'am" individual (especially on the Warrior Forum) who want to start preaching to people about some traffic source's TOS. Do you think Mark Zuckerberg was thinking about the rules and TOS, when he screwed the Winklevoss Twins out of their social networking idea, which he used as the foundation of Facebook? I can answer that for you, NO! TAnyone who saw the movie "Social Network", knows how that went down. The guys who are the Ivy League professors followed the TOS and the people who graduated and write the 6/7 figure endowment checks to these schools, that help pay their salaries, usually didn't. Steve Jobs was a visionary and had a legendary work ethic, but he was known to be shady in his business dealings. He had a "whatever it takes" mindset. The touchscreen GUI that was on the first iPhone, wasn't invented by Apple, in spite of what people think. Yet, he ripped it off and perfected it, then made billions. It's like marketers who wag their fingers at people who copy the successful ads and landing pages of other marketers. Well, most of those online marketers, who get ripped off, do and did the same thing. I've been on enough webinars with millionaire PPC and media buy guys and they all admit to it. Several, have joked about the "scared marketers" rampant on the Warrior Forum. Half the WSO's being sold here, are based on some recycled information, that's has been refined and improved by the OP. There's nothing wrong with that. As long as they aren't selling a carbon copy ripoff, let them make their money. Yet, there's always some moral police WF member, who wants to blow up someone's sale thread, by accusing them of having stealing information from some other product or WSO. There's only but so many ways to make money online, let's be real. If I buy a WSO and I learn 1 or 2 new things to help my business and the rest I've seen before, I'm OK with that, as long as the product was adequately priced. My thing is, as long as I'm not committing a crime, doing something unethical by larger society's standard like posting fake ads, promoting bogus products, spamming people/pages/groups into oblivion or scamming buyers out of money, I could care less about Facebook's TOS. Another thing, their founder and CEO Mr. Zuckerberg, is in no moral position to really say anything. Facebook is selling members' information and purchase habit data to Fortune 500 companies, even when FB member's account/privacy settings run contrary to it. My only care about the TOS, is getting my pages or ads banned by Facebook if caught, that's it. I'm more focused about the rule breaking on Wall Street (Goldman Sachs) and energy companies like Koch Industries or BP. These are the people ruining lives and the environment wholesale, not some just over broke guy/gal, posting ads on Craigslist or Facebook against their TOS to feed their family or put him/herself thru school. People confuse rules and morality, they are not always mutually exclusive. I understand the need for a TOS and I have no problem with suffering the consequences if caught breaking it, but the Facebook/Google/Craigslist deputies on the Warrior Forum preaching to people about TOS's, in threads asking questions about methods or tools are preaching to the choir. It I want to post 100 ads daily on Craiglist to scale up my business, some meddler telling me about the Craigslist TOS, isn't gonna even elicit a modicum of concern. Maybe a chuckle, headshake and I'll keep reading until I get an answer, to what I actually did ask, not unrelated conjecture. If I have a job I cringe going to everyday and breaking the TOS can free me from that cubicle nightmare, you preaching to me, about some damn TOS in a thread, would be the least of my concern buddy, in all due respect.

      I had to say it guys, I know its of topic, but I get tired of these "against the TOS posts. Its rooted in moral righteousness and wreaks of passive-aggressiveness. Unless its a Warrior Forum TOS warning, so what!
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      • Profile picture of the author Warakizi
        Originally Posted by dieselpro View Post

        SO WHAT!!!

        You think Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs always followed rules to get to where they got to. Yet, once they get to the mountaintop and create some rules/ TOS for their company, there's always some Joe Friday "By The Rules Ma'am" individual (especially on the Warrior Forum) who want to start preaching to people about some traffic source's TOS. Do you think Mark Zuckerberg was thinking about the rules and TOS, when he screwed the Winklevoss Twins out of their social networking idea, which he used as the foundation of Facebook? I can answer that for you, NO! TAnyone who saw the movie "Social Network", knows how that went down. The guys who are the Ivy League professors followed the TOS and the people who graduated and write the 6/7 figure endowment checks to these schools, that help pay their salaries, usually didn't. Steve Jobs was a visionary and had a legendary work ethic, but he was known to be shady in his business dealings. He had a "whatever it takes" mindset. The touchscreen GUI that was on the first iPhone, wasn't invented by Apple, in spite of what people think. Yet, he ripped it off and perfected it, then made billions. It's like marketers who wag their fingers at people who copy the successful ads and landing pages of other marketers. Well, most of those online marketers, who get ripped off, do and did the same thing. I've been on enough webinars with millionaire PPC and media buy guys and they all admit to it. Several, have joked about the "scared marketers" rampant on the Warrior Forum. Half the WSO's being sold here, are based on some recycled information, that's has been refined and improved by the OP. There's nothing wrong with that. As long as they aren't selling a carbon copy ripoff, let them make their money. Yet, there's always some moral police WF member, who wants to blow up someone's sale thread, by accusing them of having stealing information from some other product or WSO. There's only but so many ways to make money online, let's be real. If I buy a WSO and I learn 1 or 2 new things to help my business and the rest I've seen before, I'm OK with that, as long as the product was adequately priced. My thing is, as long as I'm not committing a crime, doing something unethical by larger society's standard like posting fake ads, promoting bogus products, spamming people/pages/groups into oblivion or scamming buyers out of money, I could care less about Facebook's TOS. Another thing, their founder and CEO Mr. Zuckerberg, is in no moral position to really say anything. Facebook is selling members' information and purchase habit data to Fortune 500 companies, even when FB member's account/privacy settings run contrary to it. My only care about the TOS, is getting my pages or ads banned by Facebook if caught, that's it. I'm more focused about the rule breaking on Wall Street (Goldman Sachs) and energy companies like Koch Industries or BP. These are the people ruining lives and the environment wholesale, not some just over broke guy/gal, posting ads on Craigslist or Facebook against their TOS to feed their family or put him/herself thru school. People confuse rules and morality, they are not always mutually exclusive. I understand the need for a TOS and I have no problem with suffering the consequences if caught breaking it, but the Facebook/Google/Craigslist deputies on the Warrior Forum preaching to people about TOS's, in threads asking questions about methods or tools are preaching to the choir. It I want to post 100 ads daily on Craiglist to scale up my business, some meddler telling me about the Craigslist TOS, isn't gonna even elicit a modicum of concern. Maybe a chuckle, headshake and I'll keep reading until I get an answer, to what I actually did ask, not unrelated conjecture. If I have a job I cringe going to everyday and breaking the TOS can free me from that cubicle nightmare, you preaching to me, about some damn TOS in a thread, would be the least of my concern buddy, in all due respect.

        I had to say it guys, I know its of topic, but I get tired of these "against the TOS posts. Its rooted in moral righteousness and wreaks of passive-aggressiveness. Unless its a Warrior Forum TOS warning, so what!
        Hahah i like this your post myfriend, I totally agree with you
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      • Profile picture of the author James Campbell
        Originally Posted by dieselpro View Post

        SO WHAT!!!

        You think Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs always followed rules to get to where they got to. Ye.... blah, blah, blah... Forum TOS warning, so what!
        Regardless of all your "opinions" it really comes down to this.

        Your worries about the rest of the world are irrelevant. If you want to make big money using facebook advertising learn to do it in a way that conforms with their house rules. It will create a much longer lasting income stream and likely a much HIGHER income stream for your business.

        Shortcuts in marketing = short term income.

        Use scraping tools in FB and then use the Custom Audiences created by those scraping tools to advertise using FB PPC and you will get your account suspended and/or banned. Not just your ad account either. Also, there are marketers who are getting sued right now by FB due to their repeated violations of FB TOS. Feel free to give your rant in court and see how that flies lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Garcysher
    layering interest and behaviors gets pretty much the same results as scraped custom audiences so just move on.
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