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Anyone know of a good Social Media Bot? Specifically for Instagram. I have a few clients that I need to add followers and likes to their Instagram accounts.

I know the best way to do this is to grow organically with content and good marketing. However, this is purely for social proof on some new accounts. Also, I know there are a ton of websites that sell followers and likes and comments. But I'm thinking rather than purchase these I can just do it my self If I had the BOT.

Can someone please point me in the right direction.

Thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lamiasha
    There are many of them and the best way is to look through and find the one which offers services you need. As some of them have 2 options and others 10. Moreover they differ in price.
    So it's up to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author PaulLanders
    In fact, one should not unconditionally trust someone's opinion, since the services of these tools may not suit you. It is better to study in detail all in each offered services.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ettienne
    Originally Posted by Andrew Renovato View Post

    Anyone know of a good Social Media Bot? Specifically for Instagram. I have a few clients that I need to add followers and likes to their Instagram accounts.

    I know the best way to do this is to grow organically with content and good marketing. However, this is purely for social proof on some new accounts. Also, I know there are a ton of websites that sell followers and likes and comments. But I'm thinking rather than purchase these I can just do it my self If I had the BOT.

    Can someone please point me in the right direction.

    Thank you.
    Google "Somiibo" (no idea how good their bots are though, never used any of them)

    But something I do know... if you can find it... ahem..*cough*... MassPlanner.. *cough*. Didn't hear that from me.
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  • Profile picture of the author zeeshan786
    When looking for a social media bot, you need to specify what you really need first:

    For a few social media accounts management
    For massive accounts management
    For the first purpose, you just need a cloud-based automation tool. There so many similar tools online even in Quora, such as: Hootsuite, InstaRanker, Instadao, etc. They do not make much difference.

    If you need to handle hundreds even thousands of social media accounts, I would've suggested Massplanner, but unfortunately their service has been discontinued since a few months ago. Yet their are some alternatives to Massplanner as I research.

    1. Dominator series

    Module: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Gumtree, Backpage, Google+, Craiglist.
    Price: Normally $9.95 or $14.95 per month, or $79.95 or $99.95 per year.
    Customer service: They seem to be online all the time, but rarely response.
    I once used their Instagram version, not for long. The price seems fine, but it cost a lot if you plan to use them for long term. If you just want to try it or use it for short time, this is a good choice.
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  • Profile picture of the author socialshark
    Since massplanner has been gone for some time, there really hasn't been a company that dominates like they did. PM me for details.
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    • Profile picture of the author affmarketer101
      Originally Posted by socialshark View Post

      Since massplanner has been gone for some time, there really hasn't been a company that dominates like they did. PM me for details.
      As Massplanner is discontinued, Jarvee is rising alternative for Massplanner.
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  • Profile picture of the author HerbertMendez
    My suggestion for instagram bot is massplanner, because this has lots of cool features in it. And it will surely helpful for you to automate your process.
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  • Profile picture of the author fastreplies
    People are saying, Russian Bots are the best and specially when it comes to bogus data.
    Think FaceBook



    fastreplies
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  • Profile picture of the author rkaiser5
    Interesting, Check your PM
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  • Profile picture of the author Andrew Renovato
    Thank you guys for the suggestions, there are some great ones on here that I didn't know about.

    Currently I am purchasing followers and likes from 3rd party websites. It is starting to scale quite a bit with 7 IG accounts purchasing over 20K followers, plus refilling them followers when they fall off, plus purchasing thousands of likes for their posts.

    I wanted to remove the middle man with a bot so I can do these tasks myself without ordering from 3rd party website.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks,
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  • Profile picture of the author mspiky
    Botting social networking sites can actually be quite difficult. You can use software like Jarvee or something similar. There are quite a few bots on the market right now. Jarvee is a favorite amongst many because it can be used on several different social networking sites. The downside is that you have to pay a monthly fee to use it. There are some bots that you can buy with a one time price.

    You're going to have to at the very least get a VPS to run a bot. Some will say that you can run it from your computer. While this may be true, it's best to get a Windows VPS. You can run it using RDP as if it were a second desktop. It sounds much more difficult than it is. I don't think you'll need a very powerful VPS to start out with if you're running just a handful of accounts. You'll need a dedicated server down the line if you plan on botting huge numbers of accounts. You might be able to get away with hosting your bot using Amazon's free host, but I really don't think this is the way to go. Jarvee mentions it, but I think it's best to use a host where you can get support when you need it. A host who is familiar with people running such bots.

    You're also going to need proxy IP addresses. You should use one proxy per Instagram account. Some are going to say that you should use only residential IP addresses as those from a data center will get you banned. This is one of those things that you'll have to test for yourself. Those new to botting also think they can get away with running lots of accounts off of just one IP. Don't make this mistake. Any social networking site worth its salt will ban all accounts from the same IP if they believe you're using bots.
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