Hi. I've been using MP for a week now with half a dozen accounts. I've been trying to optimally configure these accounts but there's a few things I don't understand and can't get things working the way I'd like and have some questions:
1) If MP follows a user, unfollows that user 5 days later, will MP potentially re-follow that user after they've been unfollowed, or even unfollow then re-follow them several times over?
2) Is it safe to follow/like 50-100 people or more per operation? Or does that amount of follows/likes with the same time stamp look suspicious/artificial?
3) Is it more effective to follow/like less per operation but more frequently? E.g. Wait between 1-3 minutes before each new operation of following/liking 1-3 users/posts?
4) What does the 'Enable automatic follow/unfollow' checkbox do within the Follow Settings tab?
5) What does the 'Scroll the search page for X seconds' option do exactly? When should it be used? And in for how many seconds?
6) I'm Auto following source: 'friends of targeted accounts' with various filters set to targeting more active users such as whose who have posted within the last few months or have a certain number of posts. This brings up a lot of "account failed on filters" notifications under the Dashboard Summary. Are these failed processes the reason why I'm not following the amount of users I'd expect per hour? That is to say, is MP's systematic process of analysing profiles, deciding if they're eligible to follow (or not in this case), before moving on to the next one effectively stalling/ jamming further operations from taking place?
7) On the Tool's page, one of my accounts LIKE might read, for example, 150/2000 before 24 hours is up. I assume this means 150 posts were liked out of an expected 2000? And is the 2000 based on the 'Wait between' amounts and "follow between" amounts within the Like settings for that account? Why did MP only like 150 posts while I might have set the maximum likes to, say, 700?
- I suspect one reason is because a Like Source was not found, such as a particular keyword which means that operation is effectively void, and it then waits to carry out the next designated operation rather than process an alternative Source if one fails?
- Or perhaps in relation to Question 6, there is a bottle neck/jamming taking place with other designated operations which means certain Like operations are getting neglected/overlooked and not running?
Let me know if I can clarify my points more. Thanks.