A quick Google search reveals that there are a lot of Instagram bot review sites like SWS Mag (click here to check it out), as well as bot selling sites like Follow Adder, Rice Social, and Social Steeze. These are probably the most popular ones for as far as I can tell so let’s take a look what they have to offer as it’s not my job to send you elsewhere for your information.
This is by far the most popular one and comes at only $39.99 for six months, this allows you to use it for only 1 profile though this should be sufficient for most users. If you do have multiple profiles you can pick their, 3, 5, 10 or even 25 profile pack and you just pay slightly more. On top of that they offer a 7 day no questions asked money back guarantee so it’s definitely worth it to give it a shot. You can pay with Paypal or creditcard so plenty of options on that front as well.
I thought I read it wrong and it said rice social, thinking what the …. has rice to do with a bot to manage your Instagram account but clearly I’m in the wrong here. They claim to use hash tags to give you organic followers so that’s a nice bonus. Their website looks a little bit off while I’m visiting it, not sure if it’s a browser thing or that it’s in development. Doesn’t really matter because at a sharp $8/month for 1 account you can’t really go wrong there. Their cheapest plan is limited to max 50 posts per month so that’s a bit of a bummer. They do offer a free trial though so why not give it a shot?
This is already the last one on our short overview list, they claim that buying Instagram likes doesn’t really work, but buying followers apparently does work. Hmmm right! I’m aware Facebook likes aren’t worth much anymore these days while if they follow you there is a much bigger chance your post appears on their timeline so maybe they have a case there. Social Steeze is the most expensive Instagram bot that I found at $39/month. It does include a marketing consultation but I’m not sure how serious we should take that. I don’t see any options for a free trial either.
Price wise I would go for Follow Adder, especially if you’re a hobbyist that’s just starting out. If you’re an entrepreneur however you might want to take a closer look at Social Steeze to see if it’s worth the extra money. We haven’t really compared features here but purely looked at pricing and terms. Features is something for another post. Till the next one!