I would like a way to submit advertisements to Facebook (url: [url removed, login to view]) ads by calling a command line script with all the parameters passed into the script as arguments. This includes: -the ad title -ad text -url -all demographic targeting parameters -bid amount -campaignname -whether to create a new campaign or use existing campaign. -any other parameters needed to create an ad. I want this because I would like to write a program to automate submitting multiple ads at once (for instance with all images in a directory) without having to manually upload each individual image/text variation. One way to do this is if you create an ad in Firefox you can watch the POST parameters with a plugin called HTTPFox then post those parameters in php/CURL after logging the user in. You could also do it java, or python, or whatever as long as it works. = I want to be able to call the function to submit ads with arguments directly, or run the file in a browser with the query parameters. I can supply you with a test account to plentyoffish ads.
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Centos 5.5 Whatever programming language you want that gets the job done and is free, runs on linux (Java, php, python)