Creating sustainable accounts that use generic photos, not people

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  1. Huxtable

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    Hi guys,

    I've run very large campaigns previously anything up to 2000-4000 accounts at one time working with a strong product that didn't require me to send links, just build interest and speak to people via FB messenger.

    It's come to a point for compliance for the type of product that I offer I need to stay away from fake accounts in respect of the type of accounts I create but I have to use a photo of just something related to the product we are pitching rather than a person.

    I understand FB have facial recognition and creating a number of accounts and preforming group posts without FB being able to identify the profile and other photos as actual people could cause a problem, but would they be blocked right away?

    If I was able to use the accounts on a small basis and warm them up for 2 weeks and only post to 5 groups 2-3 times per day with very good delays it would be cost effective if we could make the accounts last just 7 days. If not then it's not worth it.

    If anyone has experience of using accounts that have been created with no photos of actual people just generic photos, I would be great full to here what sort of results you've had.

    Many thanks
     
  2. MrKhiem

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    Generic photos like landscapes, animals, anime, games and whatnot will lead you directly to govt. ID upload. That's my personal experiences with a small number of accounts, I killed that batch because I don't want to waste time faking govt. ID.
     
  3. Huxtable

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    Thanks for your response.

    When you tested this, did they last more than 7-10 days?

    Also how long ago did you test this?
     
  4. George_91

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    A few days ago i created 3 fb accounts from different ip, browser and verified them all with Phone number and also uploaded some photos also but within 2days they wanted photo ID. I uploaded photo ID but they disabled all 3 accounts.
     
  5. Huxtable

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    Hi George,

    Who is your proxy supplier and also did you use 1 ip per account?

    Did you also use generic photos or landscape or did you use photos of real people?
     
  6. George_91

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    Yah i used 1 ip per account and i used real people photos. But i think my fault was i used photos from some Instagram accounts.
     
  7. Huxtable

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    I've had similar results recently which makes me think that Fb are uses software to match up with photos which are used for other profiles which 9 times out of 10, girls would use the same photos for instagram as FB which woud make sense.
     
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    Try using residential IPs instead of proxies.
     
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    FB using machine learning to detect duplicate photos and fake accounts and a simple google image search can give you all the information of a image.