Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by pugtk, Sep 16, 2015.
Whats the advantage of having lets say a 30 day old Pva fb account vs a new pva account?
There is no advantage between 30 day account and a new pva from my experience
i suggest to get a 6 months pva or a 1 year pva. since facebook already trust this pva.
but if you use it for spam and not long term old pva will just last you a month.
So for the purpose of adding friends, aiming for 1500 friends per profile, than adding to a group. I have no use for the accounts after this.
A new pva would be o.k?
It depends totally how you use it. if you are spamming groups then it wont matter how old the account is, it will depend on how many people mark something as spam
The purpose is not to spam, but rather add members to my group.
By adding my target profiles as friends, then adding them to my group, by posting code into fb servers
30 days versus fresh account is no difference, you need at least 6 months if not 1 year old accounts. Also, for those the only difference is that they are a little more permissive, don't think you can do whatever you want with those as well, they're accounts like any other. If you take it easy you should be ok adding 1500 friends with new accounts as well, try to make other people add you as well, don't just send friend requestes.
6 month PVA with no activity is also valueless but yes 30 days active account make more sense than inactive 6 month PVa. SO the fact is activity not the age actually on my sense.
If you're going to be paying extra for the 30 day old compared to the new, it's definitely not worth it. For the same price, it wouldn't hurt to buy the 30 year old one I suppose, but I highly doubt there will be any difference between them except in the long run.
I was just wondering what happens if you add a ton of people and then start spamming your group? Does fb ban groups too?
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