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Limited Access/Restricted Instagram for outsourcing assistants

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by madblackhatter1000, Apr 26, 2016.

  1. madblackhatter1000

    madblackhatter1000 Power Member

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    Is there a software or website that will allow restricted access to comment only by a human (non-bot)? They will be unable to do anything else (ie change settings, passwords, emails)...

    I'd like to open up an office and hire some cheap social media help to respond to all comments across 104 IG accounts. But at the moment, I don't trust anyone with full access to the accounts.

    Has anyone successfully outsourced this? How would you approach this?
     
  2. urbanmud

    urbanmud Newbie

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    try hootsuite. their paid membership provides several options but not sure on "comment only"
     
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  3. Mr Spectre

    Mr Spectre Regular Member

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    even if peoe can change password & E-mail, they still won't be able to steal your account.
     
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    BloodyNinja Power Member

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    you can create a MultiLoginApp account (http://multiloginapp.com), create 10 different sessions there and login your IG accounts, each in a separate session. Then you share your MultiLoginApp account credentials to VA's (without sharing IG passwords of course!) and that's it

    MultiLoginApp is completely free for up to 10 sessions.
     
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    Cherry Supreme Member

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    Why can't you trust someone to have full access to your accounts? It's just a matter of finding trustworthy VAs I suppose. I've been managing several brand accounts for clients for the past three years and I've never done anything to those accounts that's why they keep coming back to me for more.
     
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    One trustworthy guy could handle it.
     
  7. madblackhatter1000

    madblackhatter1000 Power Member

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    This sounds cool! I'll give it a look!

    Thats exactly it, finding trustworthy VAs, and finding them cheap. I'm actually moving to asia, so I want to hand over a little bit of power, but not all the power. I guess I'm comfortable for the right VA to use the account once they're logged in, but not hand over the login credentials.