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rsvp bot twiiter

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$250 - $750 USD
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Project Description

Project Description: I am searching for a programmer who will be able to design some software that will allow the user to:
1) Repeatedly monitor Nike twitter accounts (10 max) for a specific "RSVP" tweet (eg. Twitter #RSVP is now open for the Barkley Posite Max. Hashtag is circled in this image [url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view]"
2) Once such a tweet is posted, the program must open the picture link and detect which hashtag is circled, rapid fire direct messages (DMs) from multiple twitter accounts (1-20) to the target Nike twitter account while sourcing the #specifichashtag from the RSVP tweet. It is CRUCIAL that this DM is sent within 1-3 seconds of the tweet being posted by the original Nike account.

There are some more specifics as well:
1) The DM's sent must be able to attach the specific hashtag sourced from the tweet posted and formatted as #specifichastag. Additionally, it must attach the #specifichashtag to pre-entered data containing the First Name, Last Name, and Shoe Size of an individual.

I am looking to be able to preload the app with a list of friends names and shoe sizes and once a target twitter account post's an RSVP tweet, the software will immediately send DM's, each from a different twitter account, in the specific format, with the random hashtag. The speed of the program is a priority, I want to be able to fire off the Direct Messages within 0-3 seconds from when the tweet is posted by Nike. Please get in touch with me if you are able to do this and we can discuss the project. No more then 250 must be done by Tuesday

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