These results are expected as you guys nailed it with “people can tell when they are interacting with a bot”.
That said, I’m really curious to know what businesses that Instagram tends to build success with.
If you’re having trouble with buy likes you can try a course or other educational web content. In order to make this a valid experiment though, wouldn’t you have to follow users of the same accounts in the auto-method that you also followed in the manual method? Otherwise you’re looking at two different sent of audiences, thus follow back and engagement rates would naturally be lower?
Hi Yanick! You’re right to point out that targeting can play a huge role in who follows you back or not!” Hope this clears things up!
As usual there are no short cuts to success and you have to be real to get actual results. Lastly, a follow up to this a few months later it would interesting to investigate the lasting or lack of lasting results from automated follower growth. The sample time was so short it was hard to judge that.
Interesting experiment tend to agree ref mix of human bots.. apart from bootsgram what other bots would the group recommend for test?
and don’t use the followers for the sole purpose of showing more likes and you should be fine.
Boost your social media authorities try and visit BuyRealMarketing and see how it works.
but honestly, Buying them can also really help you out if you have an instagram for your own business, as it can make you look more popular and legitimate, drawing more customers in to buy from you. the likes and followers are high quality, You can really use any provider though.
Great article, I’ve nowhere else seen a similar article, where people really try out the bot method. Thanks!
Most of the times people know they are buying fake followers but they still do. At the end of the day atleast numbers is all that matters. More followers means more popularity, that’s what younger generation seems to be chasing now a days.
Automation works. There’s much better tools out there for much cheaper than what you used. They’re just hard to find. “has the target user posted anything with these words in it?” “has the target user posted within the past X days?” does the target user a certain number of followers? Followings? Follower to following ratio?” etc, etc. Follow people who have liked or commented on posts by X page within the past X days),e. Having liked or commented on any photo in the past X days),
Tldr; they work. They work well. Just the vast majority of automation programs are junk.