Best High Quality Proxy recommendation?

Rollfic

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There are so many proxy IP providers. Which ones good in the eyes of Facebook?

Also, other than Multi login browser, how to be full non detectable while using proxy to use Facebook? Firefox portable works nowadays?
 

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You can check in the market place like . Smartproxy.. soax .. Luminati.. instantproxies
 

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There are so many proxy IP providers. Which ones good in the eyes of Facebook?

Also, other than Multi login browser, how to be full non detectable while using proxy to use Facebook? Firefox portable works nowadays?

Honestly most cheap private proxies from IP providers are been used for spam. You would need really good 3g/4g proxies to ensure every account works. Firefox portable won't work well as well compared to Multilogin.
 

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All those are good for Facebook? I want like strong proxy so FB never asks for ID proof.
You better are safe to go with a 3g/4g proxy AND to have a solid quality account. If it's new and you don't warm up properly and start spamming right of the bat, it will be banned
 

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You better are safe to go with a 3g/4g proxy AND to have a solid quality account. If it's new and you don't warm up properly and start spamming right of the bat, it will be banned
Not spamming but running ads.
 

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You might want to sign up for trial account and evaluate the functionality of the IP addresses. You need to make sure those IP addresses are clean. One way is to enter the IP address in https://www.ip2location.com/demo and see if has been detected as abuse or VPN.
 

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You might want to sign up for trial account and evaluate the functionality of the IP addresses. You need to make sure those IP addresses are clean. One way is to enter the IP address in https://www.ip2location.com/demo and see if has been detected as abuse or VPN.
Those $1 private proxies are actually NOT private proxies right? I mean someone before already used for social media? Then how is it private?

It could be that someone already got banned on that private proxy and some other user was allotted that same proxy and he got banned too?
 

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FB won't exactly filter and allow a specific proxy provider, they're mostly into IPs. When you're on FB or any other social media platform, what you'd want is dedicate mobile proxies, that don't have changing device signatures. As long as the IP is residential, social media platforms won't have an issue. If you use shared proxies, the account is doomed. So what you need to be careful about is the type of proxy you use and make sure you use residential/4G proxies.
 

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3gproxy(.)com..many years in proxy bussiness (name left from before), they have their own private racks accross the world with their sim cards..dedicated devices/IP rotation supported, many countries on 4g already...
 

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My experience with proxies and facebook precisely:

- I tried apify proxies for anonymous access to fb public data (pages, public profiles, public groups) and faced soft-blocking (response data under IP from proxies either limited or leads to auth, issue confirmed by apify support and they can do nothing about it)

- Popular alternatives like BrightData (ex-luminati) or Soax just too expensive, so skipped them

- Ended up using Proxy6 (dot net) - price was very important since I delivered paid custom solution under apify cloud, customer was not willing to pay high running costs for scraping small chunks of public fb data on demand (hi-res images and hd videos, they offer SaaS to create custom ads based on public fb content, so its relatively low traffic over long time range).

Your case is different since you have auth-based access, imho still worth trying. I used auth based access to scrape bulk fb data (posts from pages), but it was 2 years ago and at that time apify proxies worked for me.
 
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