How to create a Twitter Bot that retweet and like tweets
I just built one, mostly to learn Node, and found this to be a good starting point:
That will get you all setup and show you a basic function. It really doesn't take that long but of course is nothing advanced.
After running through that tutorial I found these helpful:
My Twitter bot is Lou's Toaster (@LouBagelBot) | Twitter but it probably won't be running most of the time as I'm using free hosting/server for it and it keeps stopping. I made a couple basic commands (explained in the pinned post) that will cause it to do actions when you mention it with the instructions.
Hopefully I have time to think and implement something more useful for it to do, but nevertheless it was a good learning experience!
To create a twitter bot, you need to create a twitter App, at Twitter Application Management
Get Access Token Keys and serial keys.
Then add keys to your bots.
Bots services are offered by different host.
Check Instructions here
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Creating the custom bot you can also create the twitter bot by using the software is very hard. However you can use the existed twitter bot TwitterAttacksPro to automatic retweet and like tweets.
TweetAttacksPro 4 is designed to run thousands of twitter accounts at the same time 24/7 to auto-follow, unfollow, follow back, tweet, retweet, reply, favorite, delete tweet, unretweet, unfavorite, add to list and send messages to your new followers ..etc. Every account can have its own settings thus preventing twitter from becoming suspicious about the account, plus the software can simulate human operation perfectly!
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