Can your thread be automated?

Automatically make posts on:









some of the forums that are already being used are:

What is allows you to create posts on many online forums (a.k.a. message boards) automatically. By simply coupling an existing account for any of the supported forums, you can set up an interval for the system to create a post. Why would you want to do this? Adding a new post to a thread every once in a while will bring it up to the first page, and gives you maximum exposure for potential customers.


Pretty much! We take a few measures to make sure that nobody can identify the use of this automation software:

Proxy rotation

We use a rotating proxy that uses 20.000 different IP addresses. In addition, you can also configure your own proxy under your profile settings.

User agent randomization

Every forum account you use is assigned a random user agent. This means that when an action takes place, the forum sees requests coming from various browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Edge or Safari. The user agent is regenerated monthly automatically.

Message randomization or rotation
(manual setup)

When setting up your thread post automation here, you can fill in multiple messages. When a thread is about to be posted on, the application will pick one of your messages at random, or post them sequentially depending on the option you choose.

So how does it work? simulates a regular browser. Once you login your forum account through our service, session cookies will be encrypted and saved to our database, to allow actions in name of your account. The software will simulate a post action from your account, using the identity protection mechanisms listed above.

The application monitors your threads 24/7, and will bump your thread periodically according to your settings.

Which forums are supported?

Support notice (september 2020)

There currently are some forums that are not supported right now (ogusers, blackhatworld, there could be more). This is happening because of a variety of countermeasures these sites are taking to prevent bots, which I unfortunately can't state here. In order to support these forums again, I need to put a lot of work into a new system that has better mechanisms to deal with these countermeasures.

I am working on that system, but it will take at least a couple of months to finish and polish it up. Once done, it should provide a much better base for browser automation in general. This could even include automation of other tasks than posting on forums, like logging in on site X and do action Y with parameters Z.

I hope that clears things up a bit. Feel free to request a refund if for any reason you expected a forum to work but it did not.


Currently there is generic support for the following forum softwares. Check out your thread URL above to see if yours is supported. Note that heavily modified forums might not work as expected. In those cases, feel free to file a support request.

The forums below also have explicit support:

If all else fails, you can still file a support request and we'll see what we can do about supporting your forum.

Getting started

1. Create an account

Click here to create an account, or login with an existing account.

2. Get some credits

Purchase some credits to start bumping. Each credit equates to 1 bump for 1 thread. Don't want to pay? There is a free plan that allows you to setup your threads in the application, and you will be able to bump them manually, with a simple button click. Automated bumping requires credits though.

See Pricing

3. Add your threads and forum accounts

Start adding your threads and couple them to a forum account. Login each forum account so threads can be bumped automatically.