This sentence contradicts your method, no human would follow every 2-4 minutes… tbh I, like many others think it’s better to have more follows per operation and longer breaks per operation, since that looks way more humanlike. But happy if it works for you! Just keep in mind that IG might find your pattern sooner or later!
You’re misunderstanding my take on this.
I was just saying that Madkap was saying that too many API calls in a short time was bad, but at the same time saying that he does exactly that, by running more follows on each operation.
I don’t know why anyone would say a is better than b, neither why b is better than a.
However more actions means more randomness happening, tho. If that flies over your head, don’t worry too much about it.
Your argument is that humans follow accounts in bulks of 10 to 20 every single time?
Don’t bring humanlike into the argument just to favor your take on it.
No human follows 500 people in a day. Every day.
It’s not that IG might find your pattern, they already did.
Well yeah, you’re probably right, but there are some people doing f/u manually and I am sure those don’t follow 3-8 accounts every couple of minutes during the whole day, but rather 30-60 every couple hours don’t you think?
Your trick to look humanlike is to act like the 0.0001% who manually spams follows?
Not very humanlike. At that point you’re better following bot patterns, since there’s more of those and you blend in better.
I haven’t read everything in depth, but yes, your settings are just incorrect and giving you blocks because of that.
The follow blocks that are others are experiencing in the past week/s are more due to IG throwing a spanner in the works and suddenly things which normally work are not and so we are trying to adapt or just wait it out.
That’s why this was said, I imagine.
It’s a good thread for helping to illustrate why to not do too many actions per hour and then how to fix that, but that is kind of 101 automation settings. It was a bit bold to label what you shared as being the solution to Follow Blocks.