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The Good, The Bad, And the Auto-Engagement Bots

Are you a frequent user of the Auto-Engagement Bots? If so, you should not be after reading this post. The reasoning we have conducted as to why you should stop utilizing these bots is because you are:

1. Missing out the opportunity to actually see posts that show up on your feed and that could end up instilling you with knowledge

2. It is obvious that you are a bot user and people may think of you as a lesser company or individual because you do not have true intentions behind engaging with their posts like one should have. This can lead to even more serious repercussions like losing business and your sparkling reputation.


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