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Question regarding managing accounts for companies

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by Galaxian, Mar 6, 2016.

  1. Galaxian

    Galaxian Junior Member

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    Hey!

    I saw a few posts that some of you guys sell managed services to smaller companies by promising them a growth in followers. I got a few questions that I hope will get answerd:

    1. Do you l4l and f4f with their accounts?
    2. Do you tell them that they might get banned?
    3. What happens if the account gets banned, what do you do?
    4. Do you upload pictures for them or do they do that by themselves?
     
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  2. asap1

    asap1 BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP

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    3. I would assume in the contract or something the client will be told you are not responsible for any bans. Taking responsibility for bans will cause to much of a headache.

    4. This is up to you. You can make the client pay for it or do it for free.
     
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  3. veronica712

    veronica712 Registered Member

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    2: I think they are aware of the fact that they might get banned.
     
  4. Cherry

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    1. No, I don't do F4F with their accounts. I just like other photos hoping they will like back or follow you.
    2. Of course they should be aware that there's a possibility of getting banned if you over do it.
    3. None of the accounts I manage or have managed got banned yet. I try to be really careful managing those accounts.
    4. I can either upload for them (more pay) or they do that by themselves.
     
  5. hoophula

    hoophula Registered Member

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    OP you saved me from making the same post. Subscribed to this one. This is great guys.
     
  6. Galaxian

    Galaxian Junior Member

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    Thanks for the replies, may I ask what kind of local business are best to try and get sales from?
     
  7. hoophula

    hoophula Registered Member

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    I tried to reply, but my response triggered the moderation system....start small and local was the summary...places with older leadership.
     
  8. envisioned

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    I guess that totally depends on the CEO of that business. If he knows how to value social media, probably every business could work. Maybe go with one you're familiar with and know something about, since you can provide even better quality.