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oGAds and Proxies Question

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by Jason Bradbury, Jan 7, 2017.

  1. Jason Bradbury

    Jason Bradbury Power Member

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    I've wanted to start @Cryogenesis 's method for OGADs but I have a couple of questions. Thanks if you can answer.

    1. How many accounts should I run in MassPlanner in order to get a decent income that will cover the cost of the software and proxies, and then some?

    2. I intend to use 3 accounts per proxy. Using a a VPS, should I run the first 3 accounts on the VPS Ip and then the rest on proxies? Any cheap, reliable, and reputable proxies providers?

    3. Can I use 1 domain/multiple subdomains as the redirect to the landing pages for multiple accounts?

    Thanks!
     
  2. datsunguy

    datsunguy Supreme Member

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    1. depends on how well you make make the accounts
    2. on a vps use only proxies.
    3. no you can't use sub subdomains, also you can't auto redirect without a good cloaker. easier just to make a prelander with a click here to continue button.
    rule is 1 domain for every 1-2 IG accounts.
     
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  3. Naroha

    Naroha Junior Member

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    so i will need a hell of domains for many accounts? Thats expensive damn
     
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    datsunguy Supreme Member

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    not really domains can be bought for less than a buck a piece or you can use free websites like weebly, wix, tumblr and blogger.