Our SocialClickers bot was designed from the ground up to get points fast
Somiibo generates an average of 500 legitimate points per hour with optimal settings. Botting more accounts will increase your hourly points!
This module uses browser trusted user input events. SocialClickers actually thinks a real user is navigating the site and earning points.
You can bot multiple accounts with Somiibo. Each module can have its own settings and breaks!
You can assign each bot instance a different proxy. SocialClickers will never know you bot multiple accounts.
Set breaks and goals for each bot. You can control how long the bot runs for without babysitting it.
With these free SocialClickers points you can get followers on Instagram, SoundCloud, Twitter, Facebook, and more!
Each module is designed to do a specific task on SocialClickers. You can run any number of modules at a time.
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Somiibo SocialClickers point bot includes the following modes of earning points, choose whatever mode you want!
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