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How strict is FB when it comes to IP's?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by buckz55, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. buckz55

    buckz55 Junior Member

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    well , I already have 6 PVAS with close to 300 friends each...but I did them all on my home IP lol...

    I'm not spamming or anything , nor using affiliate links yet... I was going to wait until I got 4K+ friends for each account before I started giving out some links.

    Do they just ban individual accounts or my whole ip?

    Tell me if this plan sounds good (its just a general outline of what I plan on doing)

    By the way , whats the average conversion rate for email submits on FB ?
     
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    I think you can have 5,6 accounts per IP but its better if you buy proxies...
    If you think logically, on your computer you can sign on facebook and your friends maybe and brothers/sisters, Mom/dad.
     
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    I dont mean to hijack this thread buuuuut...yoink!

    If you buy proxies to log in, should you keep it consistent??
    What I mean is...Will FB shut you down if you're CONSTANTLY signing in from a different IP??
     
  4. jaerehan

    jaerehan Elite Member

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    you are ok on this amount of accounts on 1 ip, but if you start spamming links, makeing page etc, you should get some proxies and sort them out so fb cant really easily track every account and page of yours
     
  5. buckz55

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    Okay , thanks for the replies all... Three More Questions :)

    1) should I assign 1 proxy per 3 PVAS ?
    2) Are cookies really a big deal , meaning do I have to clear them all the time when changing accounts?
    3) I've currently been sending 150 friend requests out per account , so I can reach around 50-60 friends a day.... I've gotten no warnings or anything...do you think i'll be ok?

    Thanks in advance !
     
  6. jaerehan

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    1, short them out as you wish, but if you make pages later, make them on an ip that you dont use for other accounts
    2. yes
    3 lucky you :) i add 30 per every 3rd day. if your % of accepted requests will be low you will get warnings
     
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  7. buckz55

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    How many requests on average do you send out to get 30 friends a day? Is it better when people add you instead?
     
  8. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    You get the account roadblocked. FB does not ban IPs.


    He said he sends out 30 friend requests every 3 days. He is not guaranteed to get 30 friends from those 30 friend requests. IMHO, it is not better to have people add you, because these will most likely be untargeted (overseas) friends, which are completely useless when it comes to marketing.
     
  9. tukim

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    I've had over 30 accounts from the same IP and no issues.
     
  10. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    Are you doing things manually? If so, this is probably why. If you perform "normal" FB activity across all of your accounts, the IP really does not matter.
     
  11. buckz55

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    Hey money , Do you message the people back that say "who is this" after you add them?

    most people I added sent me a message lol saying that....I don't want them to report me or something
     
  12. Money Man

    Money Man Elite Member

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    I use automated scripts/programs, so I do not reply to anyone. I also routinely perform maintenance on all of my accounts such as deleting inbox messages, accepting/rejecting friend requests, etc.
     
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    Yea...most importantly you gotta keep it natural...dont overdo anything and have a variance...show that the accounts are active:)
     
  14. buckz55

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    sorry to change the subject but instead of making fan pages .... say you have like 20 accounts with 5K friends each ..... 100K friends total... couldn't you just promote offers on each account instead of suggesting them to a fan page?

    I figure 100K friends converting at 1% is 1000 people...... That is almost $1500 from email offers

    By the way , if I did decide to suggest them all to a fan page ..... Is there an option to mail them all or what...whats the big deal about fan pages...

    sorry , I'm still getting the hang of FB
     
  15. tukim

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    Yea, I guess you call them "organic" accounts? Just girls gradually building friends.
     
  16. Money Man

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    I would highly suggest that you do not promote offers directly on your accounts. This will get your accounts banned very quickly! It is much better to create a fan page, whereas if the fan page is deleted, usually the account is not. Also, when creating a fan page, do not create it on an account that has a large number of friends (just in case FB deletes the account along with the fan page).

    The accounts you are going to create fan pages with should be phone verified, and they should have no more than 100 friends. I also recommend only creating one fan page per PVA.

    I hope that helped! ;)
     
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  17. buckz55

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    yes that helped me alot ty , so for fan pages , whats the average conversion rate for email submits? i'm guessing 1%-10% range?

    I'm still kinda new to social traffic and email/zip submits...
     
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  18. Money Man

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    You will never know until you try it out for yourself. Every fan page is different. The topic, the demographics of your fans, the offer, the way you promote it, etc. will determine your CTR and conversion ratios.