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Aged vs new FB accounts

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by butlimous, Jun 7, 2017.

  1. butlimous

    butlimous Regular Member

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    Hi,

    After all the verification non sense that FB does even with real accounts, is there still any advantage for aged accounts over new ones? Is anyone able to do any activity with the photo block thing popping just for any action?

    Thanks!
     
  2. xcore2013

    xcore2013 Newbie

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    i just wish i knew how long i need to wait to warm up facebook account all i know is if you make your new account a admin right away that will also trigger photo upload or make ads etc...
     
  3. butlimous

    butlimous Regular Member

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    Others say from 7 to 15 days warming up so an average of 10 days I assume would be good
     
  4. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I'll go as long as a few months warming up accounts before I post any ads/links in groups.
     
  5. butlimous

    butlimous Regular Member

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    @BassTrackerBoats What about aged accounts (3 to 4 years) with no recent activity and logged in from a new IP like when you buy from sellers? Do those need months as well for warming up or your recommendation is for new accounts? Thanks!
     
  6. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I treat them the same where I post nothing that has a link in a group for a few months.

    My wall gets populated and I grab a friend here and there but I don't post links.
     
  7. french-toasty

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    (no 1 is patient.. every1 want to post on the first day :)) )
     
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    Yea, i agree, people have weak discipline. FB can't be your emergency revenue. You'll stuck in negative ROI loop of constantly buying accounts and doing nothing with them.
    Everyone should have filler money grind activities, because schedule of your actions is critical. I bet most of you guys don't have saved up money to live few years without income.
    It should be :
    1) offline job or business
    2) white hat gigs
    Nobody says you have to be full time blackhatter.

    On the other hand, make sure you share expenses. If you pay certain number of proxies per month, use same proxies(sims and domains also) on several platforms.
     
  9. DionOdlawso181

    DionOdlawso181 Newbie

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    I warm up for 1 month
     
  10. DeniX3

    DeniX3 Power Member

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    What about just sharing offline events in groups? Do you need to warm them up aswell for this?
     
  11. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    As long as you are not linking out... that seems to annoy the FB algo if you do it too early without any non-marketing general sharing.

    There may be something that FB has set up to catch those that are marketing without links but I am not sure as I don't do that myself.
     
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  12. french-toasty

    french-toasty Registered Member

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    links = dangerous
    everything without links = is ok (except if ppl dislike/reporting u)
     
  13. DeniX3

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    My idea is if you have offline clients like clubs etc. to promote the event with mass quality account that are from that city. Either accept tons of friends from that city or post to groups and share/promote that event.

    So nobody will leave FB, no ext. links etc. and I think (not tested) FB won't ban such accounts.
     
  14. BassTrackerBoats

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    That sounds like common sense to me but I don't know how much common sense FB uses.
     
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    Also, good trick would be to advertize page in group, while page has blue button CTA to your site.It will reduce CTR and profits, but also risks. You also don't have to worry about your domain being blacklisted.

    Using https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug/ to setup and check featured image,description and other stuff when you do decide to share link, is recommended for everyone using FB to earn money.
     
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  16. butlimous

    butlimous Regular Member

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    What about creating apps and applying for publishing permissions?? How much warming is required? Thanks!