After reading @Cryogenesis thread several months ago I got inspired to start an Instagram Campaign. About half of the accounts I had were legit and the other half... I'll show you the method I used to make about $20 / day with ogads. It requires a bit of work to design the websites but once you make a template, you can adapt it to all the others. Summary Just about everyone enjoys playing video games. The idea is to create an official looking beta test website for popular PC, Xbox, PS4 games that are yet to be released. Find a game that will be coming out in a few months and make a simple mobile friendly site. Make sure it's a popular game. For this example let's use Red Dead Redemption 2. Create an Instagram account with an official looking name, such as RedDead2Beta. In your description, you're going to say you're looking for beta testers to try out the new pre-release beta, just sign up at reddeadbeta.online. I use namecheap $.88 domains for each game. They click Get Started and a popup comes up asking for there email. Once they fill in their email, I use an autoresponder to send them an email thanking them for signing up. Personally, I like interspire because I've been using it for a decade but you can use any autoresponder you want. My emails went a little like this: After they submit their email they get to the human verification screen to receive there "voucher code". So, you are hitting them with a double whammy. First they download the free app to receive the voucher code and then they will be asked to complete a survey. Landing Pages Here are a few of the designs I used to give you some ideas. I created a template and just put in the new info for each game. You want to make it mobile friendly for IG. I also made it non-mobile friendly for Twitter. Just fill the page with images and descriptions from game website. Conclusion Be sure to use DMCA Hosting because you might get complaints from EA sports or others, like I did. You can find good DMCA hosting for about $6 on the Maketplace here. I was surprised by how long these sites stayed on Instagram and the amount of followers I got before being taken down (nearly 6 months). Even after receiving email complaints from lawyers for using trademarks such as LEGO and "DOOM". Give me a break... How can you put a copyright on the word doom? Well, that about sums everything up. It's a pretty hardcore blackhat method and I felt bad for the folks not getting to play their game, so I moved onto other things. If you have questions I can answer the post below.