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Follow liker NOOB question

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by Zerkk, Jan 31, 2016.

  1. Zerkk

    Zerkk Newbie

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    I just got fl and I have 5 accounts I want to run, how many are safe to run on one ip, i dont understand proxies too much so how would that go, i run fl on parallels off of my mac
     
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    Most of the people here would suggest 3 accounts per 1 proxy. If you really want to be safe you can do 1 account per 1 proxy. I also run FL on my Mac without installing Parallels though.
     
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  3. Zerkk

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    Ok cool and btw my unfollow isn't working for some reason what could be the issue, if i buy a proxy or proxies do i need a VPS
     
  4. lanskyontop

    lanskyontop Newbie

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    1) You need vps only if you dont want to run FL on your computer 24/7.
    2) Usual "http" proxie is enough for instagram(even followliker doesn't work with "Socks5" proxies)
    3) If it is not spam account, but somekind of commercial long-term account it is better to run only 1 account per proxie.
     
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  5. Zerkk

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    ok awesome, where do you recommend I buy proxies from Im looking to run 4 long term accounts maybe 5
     
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    lanskyontop Newbie

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    check out squidproxies, they may look a bit overpriced, but quality is good for a long-term projects.
     
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