The Insider’s Guide to Being a Top Spammer!

It is truly shocking how lucrative the spamming business is. You can earn up to $7,000 a day by being a top spammer and here is the top tips to help you achieve spam gold.

Tip 1 Be Part of the System

Users already trust the platform they are on and that’s why they use it. If a spammer’s ad looks out of place, people will be more suspicious of it. So the best thing to do is to locate the ad as it is part of the system. Adopt the Facebook font and clean looks with blue buttons. Make the ad look like a windows warning message and that will get people to click the ad more.

I bet you want to prove your in that 3.3%!

I bet you want to prove you're in that special 3.3%!

Tip 2 Gain Access

The best ways to get access to people’s information is to deceive them into giving it up voluntarily. Entice the customer with a chance to win an iPhone if they provide you with their email address. Even better, get them to do an IQ test and then ask them if they want the results sent to their phones! Any respectable spammer would know that a person’s email, phone number or getting him/her to download a toolbar are the top earners in the game. You know what I am saying?

Tip 3 Get In Bed With a Game’s Developer

How To: 5 Top Methods & Applications to Reduce Twitter Spam!

How much of Twitter’s trending topics are polluted by spam? How many Twitter verified accounts are there? Have you ever thought of reaching Twitter utopia: a spam-free Twitter where information and knowledge sharing are the main purposes for using Twitter? Is Twitter doing enough to protect us from spam? Would you like to find all the top 5 solutions to cutting down on Twitter spam in one place?

No Spam!

No Spam!

Thoughtpick is here to save the day!

While reading the post about Twitter closing down thousands of spam accounts, I found that it would be interesting and very beneficial if I researched the web to present you with the top 5 methods and applications which could help Twitter users cut down on incoming spam and better enjoy their overall Twitter experience.

  1. Manual Selection: This method might be fun at the beginning yet could become a bit overwhelming especially to those following thousands of tweeps. Basically, this method entails that you monitor the activity, profile, links and tweets of those you are following and manually unfollow and block those who seem to be spammers rather than true tweeps. Things you should be well aware of when manually following and unfollowing tweeps:
    • Be ware of suspicious-looking shortened URLS; these could be links to viruses, pornography, trojans or spam. For example, if you see the same URL with 10 different descriptions!
    • Be careful of trending topics; spammers use those with a combination of hashtags so they would show up more often on Twitter search,
    • Be ware of fake followers; followers who will not RT you or provide you with valuable information, instead, they use their Twitter account to send our promotions to sell their services.
    • Know who you follow before you follow them and unfollow and block anyone who seems to be a spammer immediately.
  2. A new application, still in beta, for Twitter users which allows you to cleanup spam users using numbers that are able to reveal bots through various ratios such as number of tweets vs. number of RTs and the number of links per tweets. So if you’re following a few thousand people on Twitter and you noticed that many of them do not engage in conversations, never retweet anybody, or simply just ramble about nonsense stuff all day long (no links to useful content whatsoever!), Tweepi is your answer!'s Cleanup to find and unfollow Twitter spammers's Cleanup to find and unfollow Twitter spammers

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