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Does anyone here know of a program I could use to get more profile views and more music plays on myspace ? Or if this is even possible ?

Thank you

FlaLady :)

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Are you trying to get people to look at your profile more, ot just fake it?

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It's a music profile of a friend. And he wants a program to get more music plays and views. So yes I guess it should be called fake.

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Do page view go up just by refreshing the same page?

If so there is a Perl script on the forum somewhere which keeps reloading the same page over and over. It was used by someone for their Bebo to increase page views.

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Yes they do go up. But it takes forever . I know there is a program out there somewhere that can be use. I just am not sure what the name of it is. I feel kinda dumb asking this . But what is Perl script ? And how do I use it ? Will it also run his music plays up. Thank you so much for all your help.

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#!usr/bin/perl

for($x=0;$x<=1000;$x++){print "Content-Type: text/html\n\n";

my $url = "http://www.myspace.com/yourmyspaceurl";

use LWP::UserAgent;
use HTTP::Request::Common qw(GET POST);

my $agent = LWP::UserAgent->new;
my $req = GET $url, Referer => "(http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=this+should+work&btnG=Google+Search&meta=)";

print $agent->request($req)->as_string;}

I've used this Perl script before.

Copy the script into Notepad and save it as myspace.pl or whatever.pl .

Download ActivePerl to run it.

This is the original thread:-

Origianl thread

It wont boost their music plays.

Someone needs to explain how to repeatedly click the 'play music' button on the page, but that will be more difficult as the page may need to be reloaded before the 'play music' count is increased. If someone can explain how to 'click' the button from the page, then a script for doing that could be written similar as above.

The software you are referring to could be Friend Blaster, although there are others, but I know FB doesn't have an option for boosting music plays. Only friend requests, comments and bulletins I believe.

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Thank you so much. You have been a great help. I will give this a try and let you know if it works for me. Or better yet if I did it the right way...LOL

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WOW! This is so far over my head. This is going to take some time to learn. I downloaded the ActivePerl. And I have no clue where it went or what to do with it. OMG seems like your helping me was a waste of your time. But I will keep reading all the post on this and see if I can figure it out. Thank you once again for all your help :)

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It's all good :).

Did you save the script/notepad file with the .pl extension?

You need to save it as myspace.pl or something, make sure the correct URL to the myspace page is in the script where it says, and that activeperl is set to run all files with the .pl extension.

Like I say, this script basically is just like when you keep clicking Refresh in your browser - boosting the page views.

EDIT - I just ran the script and it ran fine, not very fast - but thats due to the weight of the myspace pages. I inserted the URL of the MySpace page into the script where it says and saved the text file as myspace.pl .

Activeperl associted it's self with .pl files as default in it's installation.

I double clicked on the saved myspace.p; file and it opened the command prompt window as it should and kept on reloading the page.

:)

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Yes I saved the script/notepad file as myspace.pl and put it in my documents. So I could find it easy. Then I went here

http://aspn.activestate.com/ASPN/Downloads/ActivePerl/

and downloaded ActivePeal. Maybe I didn't download the right one on that page. I am not sure. But anyway I went and did what you said you done. And nothing happened.

You are so nice to help me like this. I am so sorry to be such a pain.

Thank you

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OK, does the myspace.pl file icon look like the picture I have attached below?

If not then you need to right-click on the myspace.pl file and associate it with ActivePearl so that every time you click on a .pl file, your computer knows to use ActivePerl to run it.

When it is associated, you will just have to double click the file, and it will run automatically.

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  1. Open up My Documents
  2. Go to "Tools" menu on top part of window
  3. Click on "Folder Options"
  4. Click on "View" tab
  5. Find and un-check the "Hide extensions for known file types" option (no checkmark)
  6. Click "OK" button

Now look at the file you saved with Notepad. Is it called "myspace.pl.txt"? If so, right-click on the file, click on "Rename" and then rename it to myspace.pl

Best guess, that's probably the issue if it's not associating with ActivePerl.

And you should also realize, that bumping up page views without bumping up the number of songs plays will probably look bad. If several thousand people went to a band's page, but only a couple hundred actually listened to their songs, that could have a negative impact.

I think it would a much better use of your time and effort to think of creative ways to entice people to actually view the band's page. Who knows, they may get popular based on true merit and musical talent, eh?

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an easier way than messing with perl is just to make an iframe

<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="2">
</head>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
</html>

the meta tag makes it refresh every 2 secs

iframe makes a box to where to can view the website

if you just increase the amounts of frame and save as an .html file and open

you will be good to go

just use this:

replace with the url

<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="2">
</head>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
</html>

that will give you 7 views every 2 seconds

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does any of these scripts work for MS MUSIC profile pages? i know the perl works for the music plays...but the profile views are the same...looks strange to have 1000 plays for the day but the same page views as of 2 days ago

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an easier way than messing with perl is just to make an iframe

<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="2">
</head>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
</html>

the meta tag makes it refresh every 2 secs

iframe makes a box to where to can view the website

if you just increase the amounts of frame and save as an .html file and open

you will be good to go

just use this:

replace with the url

<html>
<head>
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="2">
</head>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
<iframe
src="url_here" width=1 height=1>
</iframe>
</html>

that will give you 7 views every 2 seconds

Sorry I was in the hospital and could not respond to any of this. Where do I put these code to use them ?

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