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Programming Scripting / Soundclick Increaser

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Project Description

I am searching for a reputable coder to figure out how sound click dot com calculates their chart system AND CREATE AN APP (BOT,ETC)that will allow me to boost my songs up the charts of the website without ANY possible detection. Although it is based on views, artificial hits are able to be detected and ignored thus far.

The views increaser do increase the plays actual numbers but if those plays don't follow their "Unknown" method of detection, they don't raise your songs position in the charts.

What I have been able to deduce is:

Each MP3 play needs to be from a unique IP.
Each IP is only counted towards 1 play. (Duplicate plays are discounted)
Charts are calculated at midnight (GMT -5).
Downloads per unique IP are also counted towards the charts.
Plays from "External-outside of the site" users have less weight than users who play within the site.

They may be using REFERRER or FLASH COOKIES and/or the amount of time the MP3 is played

It is important that the coder has access to free/private proxies. I would ultimately like for this coder to provide a service that I can use on my own eventually, with the expectation of a longstanding business relationship. This is a business that I have run for quite some time on the said site and am looking to add a coder's expertise to my professional repertoire Results would reflect in the charts around GMT 5. I would like the option to CHOOSE the number of plays I receive for each particular day, manually.

There are several users on sound click currently artificially inflating their hits and staying in the #1 spot for weeks at a time, i will pay ASAP and IN FULL upon seeing a working demo of the solution.

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