Who likes talking to people? Who likes interacting with others? Who likes idly looking at photos, double tapping ones they like? Who likes leaving a comment on photos they really like?
I don’t want a social network to be in ANY WAY Social.
I just want high amounts of likes on everything I put out, even if it’s fucking awful. Why should I bother to make content people want to engage with? Why should I PAY Instagram and Facebook to show my work? I can pay someone else less, or hire a child in India to do all this for me!
Today I’m telling you why you should Bot your Instagram Account.
The thing is, these ‘free’ social networks we all use cost a LOT of money to run. They aren’t powered by the rage of right wing fascists, and the tears of leftie snowflakes. Nope. The cost of running a social network is mind blowing. So, if you want to be ‘seen’ that bit more than the regular folk, you have to pay. What a disgusting idea! Having to pay for something you use?!
Thankfully, if you Bot your account like a shocking amount of bloggers do, Instagram and Facebook don’t get a penny of your money.
What do you mean by ‘Bot your Instagram Account?’
Essentially with Botting, you hand your IG Account to a sketchy service who will automatically do some or all of the following for you –
Auto-Follow – It will scan the hashtags you spam your stupid photos with and look at other accounts using that hashtag, it will automatically follow them – because, you know – doing it yourself is effort.
Follow-Back – Any idiot that follows your computer/sweat shop run account will automatically be followed back
Unfollow – Like the above, if someone bins off your automated rubbish, you’ll sack them off too.
Auto-Like – Because actually double tapping on pictures you like is hard work, this will do it for you. It will probably ‘double tap’ those other folk, who like you want to cheat social media.
Auto-Comment – Yes, some bots will actually speak for you – saying stuff like ‘Gret photo’, ‘I lake this one’, ‘You hav amazing skil’ on the bottom of each photo
So? Why Bot your Instagram Account?
Well, the rewards are literally endless, photos that are liked quickly get ‘seen’ more by the Instagram Algorithm. This means they be shown more in the ‘Photos / Videos you might like’ section, and some random people you don’t know can look at your pictures.
It also looks great, and not in any way suspicious if 300+ people like your terrible, terrible picture in the first three minutes its online. Sure, someone could click on the like count and see exactly WHO is liking it. They might then see that it’s been liked by weird and sketchy accounts with selfies of children, and strange foreign names.
Hey. Who cares?
It’s got likes! It doesn’t matter if it’s just been liked by the other drone accounts managed by your suss Instagram Bot company, a lot of which aren’t actually real. Who cares that it’s pretty clear your account has recently been handed over to the machines, by a sudden surge of likes for EVERYTHING.?
IT’S GOT LIKES!!!
Should I just pay Instagram to boost my posts? Rather than Bot my Instagram Account
WHAT?!! Are you smoking crack! NO!! Why support the platform you’ve been using for free for years to try and make your own money? That’s just crazy talk! Give your money and login to some unknown third party who may or may not be running a virtual sweatshop in Asia. Give your money and login to someone who will get you some likes for less. Don’t give it to the people who RUN the service you love.
If I bot my Instagram Account am I doing anything wrong?
You must not access Instagram’s private API by means other than those permitted by Instagram. Use of Instagram’s API is subject to a separate set of terms.
Terms, there’s always terms! Who reads those?! Don’t we all click ‘Agree’ and worry about it later? See Bots violate at least five of these ‘so called’ API terms, including –
- Don’t store or cache Instagram login credentials.
- Don’t use the Instagram API to simply display User Content, import or backup content, or manage Instagram relationships, without our prior permission.
- Ensure your comments are uniquely tailored for each person. Don’t post unauthorized commercial communication or spam on Instagram.
- Don’t enable a business to take more than one action on Instagram at a time.
- Add something unique to the community. Don’t use the Instagram APIs to replicate or attempt to replace the functionality or essential user experiences of Instagram.com or any of Instagram’s apps
Meh! They don’t expect us to know all that gubbins.. Do they? You *might* be risking your entire account by knowingly breaching these terms. Still, those likes are great aren’t they.
Doesn’t EVERYONE Bot their Instagram Account?
A lot of people do, yes, and then use their popular accounts as a way of speaking at conferences about how to ‘organically grow a following’. Despite the fact they haven’t and it’s clear, and widely known they cheat too. Those conference speaking roles might dry up after their accounts have been shut down. Make hay while the sun shines eh?
There are a lot of people that do get a lot of instant reactions to their social output with no real fakery. These people are what we call ‘famous’. They could Insta a picture of their morning bowel movement and still a lot of people would like ‘that shit’ – literally. You’re not famous. You’re a twat, like the rest of us.
Wait a minute.. This is starting to sound a bit negative?!
Yes. It is – bottom line is, if you’re botting your Instagram account, you’re a twat, and I hope to God Instagram shut your account down. If you read this to genuinely learn how to Bot your Instagram account – I’m glad you wasted a few minutes reading and earnt me a few pence in ad revenue.