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Facebook IP and Accounts Question.

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by BHLurker, Apr 15, 2011.

  1. BHLurker

    BHLurker Junior Member

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    Well im kinda new to FB "Marketing" and I was wondering can I have manage 25 well made (tons of same chicks photos,school,info,likes, etc) accounts with a single IP.

    Will they ban my IP? or will they just simply ban the accounts?
     
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    eLectricDG Registered Member

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    They will do both. Use proxies.
     
  3. BHLurker

    BHLurker Junior Member

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    Bump :)
     
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    fbfbfb Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Thy wont.. IF u keep them good..
    Clearing all your cookies , disconnecting the internet connection when u log in to other account.. Don't ever log into the accounts back to back with out clearing cookies ..
    U will get caught and banned for sure..

    Note down the dob
    set the security question
    keep them as email accessible (if not change to the email u want)
    Phone verify them if possible.

    those accts will be live for long..
     
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    jensen.ol Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    It is recommended if you have VPN. With VPN, you can rotate thousands of clean IP.
    With single IP, if one accounts are banned (which sometimes happens), the IP might have a chance to get banned. We call it blacklisted IP.
    Once IP is blacklisted, you still can access your other accounts. However, you can't create apps with that IP. And sometimes, you will face roadblock issue.
     
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  6. BHLurker

    BHLurker Junior Member

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    mmm ok guys.

    I had clear the cookies,internet,cache and etc stuff but I was just wondering if it was worth to risk my IP for a couple of accounts.
     
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    It is better that your real IP is clean, unless your ISP is dynamic IP.
    If your IP is static and the IP get blacklisted, you will have more hassle in the long run (especially if you have personal facebook account)

    Since I assume you have static IP, it is better to use proxy to cover your track.
    You can try http://www.anonymous-proxies.net/
     
  8. tyjames

    tyjames Newbie

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    I think this is the problem im facing.. none of my accounts are banned, but rather blocked.. like he said I can still use my other accounts but cant add friends..

    My question is Lets say for example I disable all but one FB account.. a new one. Will that solve my problems or will FB still consider me having multiple accounts, some of which are blocked.. And therefore not let me add. ?

    Can I call my ISP and ask for a Dynamic IP? And would a dynamic IP solve all problems? or would FB still track me through cookies and such?
     
  9. IME300

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    why facebook wont allow multiple accounts per one computer in the first place?

    say you have a house hold with 2 parents and 3 children
    they all use one family pc
    each of those family members has a facebook account
    and they log in and out daily on all accounts on the same pc
    and sometimes even open two browsers and use facebook accounts at the same time


    thats totally reasonable wont you agree?
    facebook wont allow that?
    they think each person has to use his facebook account from a fresh pc?
     
  10. clickobey

    clickobey Junior Member

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    I typically stick to 5 accounts per ip. So far so good.
     
  11. Headshotcz

    Headshotcz Newbie

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    Bump :)
     
  12. weedman420

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    I agree stick to 5 accounts and you will be fine.