When you show appreciation and give credit to other people’s work, they will more or less return the favor. “You get what you give”, that’s the principle behind giving likes, a proven notion which is easy to apply to your accounts.
Plus, you can target the audience relevant to your niche and as a result, you would be drawing attention to your own profile. This marketing strategy, can promote your brand, supercharge your accounts and boost engagement, a win-win situation to say the least.
How to access the Like Tool
You can use the Like tool for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Tumblr and Youtube. To start the Like tool, go to Tools page, click the name of the account where you want to run the tool or click the More Tools option then click on the Like tab.
✅ Good to know:
- It is ‘Favorite’ tool for Twitter and for Facebook, it’s called ‘Comment and Like’.
- Learn more about Instagram Like Tool here.
Just like any other tool, you need to set up the configuration that will regulate the actions of the particular tool through the Settings tab. While we all want to do random acts of kindness and keep on spreading good vibes, avoid being a ‘Like-happy’, do not use too aggressive settings, keep it in moderation to look human.
In the Settings tab, there are 3 sections: Run Timers, Like limits (both sections on the Settings tab is similar to each social network where the Like tool is available) and Filter (User filters, Post/Tweet filter)
- This is the interval that the Like tool will wait before a new operation begins
- How many posts will be liked per operation
- You can set a random sleep time and allow the tool to rest for some minutes before it will begin a new operation
- In between time of the day when the like tool will execute actions
- Maximum likes to be executed per day; each day that the tool is running, Jarvee will pick a random number between the maximum X-Y you’ve indicated and will use that as the limit for that day
- You can choose to keep a maximum number of likes and star unliking the old ones; this option is limited to the likes executed by JARVEE. You can also set a maximum unlikes to be executed per hour/day; each day that the tool is running, Jarvee will pick a random number between the maximum X-Y you’ve indicated and will use that as the limit for that hour/day. (for Twitter and Tumblr only)
- When this option is checked it will search for the lastest and if off will search for the top results.(t
- Limit the maximum number of likes per user.(For Twitter and Instagram)
💡 However, if you want to include those that you liked prior to adding the account in JARVEE, you can import them into the Like Results tab as seen below.
✅ Filters – are the conditions that JARVEE will check before liking a particular post or tweet. If the post or tweet failed any of the filters you’ve set up, it would not be liked.
- Tweets are less than x days old; you can opt to like tweets depending on how old they are, so if the tweet is only a few days old, that suggests that the user is active on Twitter
- How many times the tweet should be retweeted in the past in order for like tool to consider it; if you only want to like tweets that went viral, you can set it up here
- Or like those that received massive likes; this equates to a viral tweet
- Option to skip tweet that contains specific words of your choice; if you don’t want to like tweets that contain malicious words or those that mention your competition
Post Filters (Linkedin)
- You can choose to target more recent posts so you don’t end up liking the ones that got published a few years back, thus not wasting your ‘like’
Like Settings (Facebook)
- When it comes to the Like Setting section for Facebook, aside from the option to set how old the post should be, there are few more options that you can use to further target the posts you want to like.
JARVEE will search for posts or tweets depending on the sources you’ve specified. Be smart with your sources, this will greatly help in targeting posts that are significant to your niche.
Options from the Sources tab are tailored specifically for each social network.
Twitter (sample as seen in the image above)
- Like posts by keywords; you can use Twitter Advanced Operators to filter resulting posts
- Like specific posts based on URL
- Like from custom URL
- Like posts from specified accounts followers
- Like posts from Facebook pages (can be executed as Page)
- Like posts from Facebook groups
- Like posts from Facebook searches
- Like posts from Facebook walls
- Like from a list of post permalinks
- Add LinkedIn URLs
- Like posts by keyword
- Like posts from Keywords
- Like specific posts based on URL
- Like from User/Channel
- All liked posts are recorded on the Results tab so you can keep track of the posts that you liked.
- You can swiftly check the date and time when this post was liked, how many likes the post had when you liked it, what source option was used and if that post was unliked.
- Moreover, you can use the ‘View FollowBack Ratio’ feature and see what Like sources worked best for you, so that you can make adjustments and improve your approach.