Discussion in 'Instagram' started by Digital Plug, Nov 20, 2016.
I've been doing it for awhile no problem. . . . . . . but some argue.
If it works for you then there is nothing wrong imo. Most use max 3, but if it ain't broke don't fix it
that is very true sir
I am personally using 2/proxy, however I never recommend over 3/proxy. The reason is because you never know what others were using those proxies for before you got them. Also I have noticed there is a delay with some bans. If its working for you great! You may have just been lucky with the proxies you got. Im not so lucky.
This is a very subjective topic as everyone has their own opinion. I would recommend sticking with the majority and not the random guy who says he has 10 accounts/proxy.
I use 3 max per ip
I used 20 per IP by mistake and had no any problems with accounts.
I personally use 4 Account per IP as the proxies.
And I've never had an issue with the accounts before, it really depends on the proxies you're using and also make sure they're dedicated proxies.
I got 5 accounts on my real IP and never have had any problems. I put 5 3-month old bought accounts per dedicated proxy and got lots of bans so I'm not trying that again. It could have been something else though.
It's definitely the accounts and proxies.
Have you tried creating the account on the IPs that you're planning to run on. You don't have to buy old bought accounts as they're created on a different IP of it's origin and when you run the accounts on a new IP and botting it, it'll get easily flag to IG .
I think you're right. Making your own accounts on the IPs is probably a lot safer than buying older accounts registered on different IPs from other countries and using them with proxies.
Also make sure your PV numbers are not overly used. Get prviate numbers and long-lasting for reverifications, stick to 1 number per 1 account for safer usage.
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