Can your thread be automated?

Automatically make posts on XenForo, vBulletin, IPB, MyBB and many other forums including:

BlackHatWorld , Dreambot , elitepvpers , EpicNPC , GamerSoul , MC-MARKET , MCTrades , MPGH , OGUSERS , OSBot , OwnedCore , PlayerUp , Powerbot , PrimeForums , Rune-Server , Sythe , TRiBot

How does it work?

Forum thread bumping is the process of making a post with the main purpose of bringing the post back up to the top of the forums.

With autobumper.io you can simply:

  1. Add a thread for any supported forum (copy the URL and we can recognize the forum software).
  2. Setup additional settings like a specific post interval, randomized interval deviation and/or message rotation.
  3. Add an existing forum account, which autobumper.io needs in order to make a post.
  4. Login the forum account and activate the autobumper!

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

Which forums are supported?

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.

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In addition, several forums have been tested manually and will always work:


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.