United States, 31st Jan 2023 – UXOS is a unique project that is built on an ecosystem made up of a comprehensive suite of Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools that continually work to market UXOS across multiple social media platforms. The project also offers its services for hire to other vetted projects with trusted developers.
The first part of the ecosystem is their AI marketing utilities. The bots used across all social media accounts are brought to life with the latest AI technology. These bots are not just your “normal” shilling bots; each one acts differently and has a built-in “Human Touch” function, making this project very unique and allows its services to operate in a manner that makes them completely shadow ban/ban proof. The ecosystem is already generating revenue, which is being used to buy back into the chart, and their partnership network, community, and engagement levels are all exponentially growing.
UXOS currently offers Telegram AI services, which have reach to over 1000 targeted Telegram channels currently. These services can also be hired at a very competitive rate against human shillers. They are currently developing this utility to span over 5000 channels. The technology used changes the messages that it shills so it doesn’t get detected against Telegram’s anti-spam functions, leaving them with a current uptime of 100% after a total of 10 weeks of testing/use at the time of writing.
The Twitter AI services is where things get really interesting. These marketing accounts act like real people. They are set up to engage targeted accounts/demographics and hashtags. They will directly connect with all people who match the criteria and using AI, will completely rewrite posts and engage with the potential investor in a unique conversational way. The accounts act like humans, spread out across the world. They operate in time zone-like habits (tweets “waking up”, tweets “at lunch time”, tweets “at night” etc.). Instead of the usual marketing of targeted adverts for example, this tech seeks out users that have engaged with specific influencers or used specific hashtags, etc. and will reply, like and retweet their content in order to leave notifications on the user’s Twitter account that they will undoubtedly read, this is a more engaging approach that the old methods of a paid for advert for your content to get that people usually just scroll past. This tech is being developed to extend to further features such as being able to hold a 2-way conversation with someone and offer them more details about the product/project that the bot is set up to be marketing.
UXOS currently has fully working bot accounts on twitter that can be viewed working quite easily. They are looking to expand this service to over 100+ accounts in total. These can also be hired out by clients. The technology can be applied to real-world businesses already, and it all works within the Twitter TOS for automated accounts.
The TikTok bots are automated to do “false follow trending”. Essentially, you attach your TikTok account to them, and they will automatically follow people who are interested in your content type (for this example, we will use crypto as the targeted demographics interest). The bots will seek people that have engaged with crypto-related content and follow them. If they follow you, it will automatically unfollow them instantly to keep control of your follower count. Now here’s the smart part: if they view your profile or engage with your content, watch your videos, comment on some things, it’s automatically putting your content in the algorithm, which means you will get organic growth in your sector as your content will be pushed into other people’s feeds automatically! This bot is currently in development, but should be online and deployed soon.
UXOS will continue its AI development across other social media platforms in this same manner.
There is no stopping this one.
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