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Is there a "program" to manage multiple facebook pages/accounts ?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by aarvin2, Jun 27, 2015.

  1. aarvin2

    aarvin2 Newbie

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    Hi guys, are there programs (which I can install on windows) which I can use to manage/schedule etc my different facebook pages/profiles/groups ?

    Thank you very much for the tips :)
     
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    There are several. It really all depends what you plan on doing with the accounts. If you plan on keeping them alive I suggest investing in quality dedicated proxies and taking a look at Massplanner or Friendbomber. Both are excellent tools that run on Windows and can manage multiple accounts and schedule posts.
     
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    Thank you very much Malice! :D
     
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    Damn the massplaner one can only handle from 2 to 4 facebook accounts :/ I'll check the friendbomber
     
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    Yeah, I saw that too. But after digging around on their page there is a one time payment of $70 for a module that allows you to use unlimited accounts. Compared to Friendbombers price of 299 plus $99 a month Mass Planner is much cheaper. I've tested both and they each have their pros and cons, but Friendbomber has a free trial and is worth still checking out :)