Hi guys, I have recently started managing multiple Instagram accounts. These are the steps I have taken to create and manage these accounts. Since I am not an expert at this, I would like you guys to help me out if there's anything that needs fixing. Since Instagram does not let us create more than 5 accounts on the same device, I have used my siblings phones to create the rest. I have created individual email addresses for all of these accounts. After creating these accounts and verifying them I went in and removed the phone numbers and linked the emails I created for each on of them (Not sure if this is the safest thing to do, is it?). Now I use just one device to check and keep track of all these accounts. I have 5 accounts signed in at any given time. I just keep swapping them. I am running 12 accounts at the moment with a bot (followliker) on VPS with dedicated proxies. I don't run more than 3 accounts per proxy. I do the normal following and liking and also post through the bot. I do not do DM's and commenting. My bot settings are pretty standard since I don't want to get in trouble by using aggressive settings and lose any of these accounts. It takes effort to keep each one of them in shape. I set out at least an hour everyday to create content for these accounts since I believe great content is going to take these accounts a long way. My following is increasing steadily and so is the engagement on my posts. I maintain an excel sheet which has all the relevant data in it. Without it things can get tricky. For the accounts that are doing well I have started parallel social media accounts (Pinterest & Tumblr) I have 4 new accounts already lined up and I will use these steps and settings for them and for all of my future accounts until I find better ways. I have learned all this by observing what others are doing and adding my own bits to it. So there must be a lot mistakes. But I am happy with the way my accounts are turning out. Please do let me know if i'm doing something that will be harmful for my accounts. I would really appreciate it. Thanks for reading.