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(question) Use of Proxies for FB

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by nightclubpromo, Jul 23, 2012.

  1. nightclubpromo

    nightclubpromo Regular Member

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    I have dozens of facebook accounts that i use for long term marketing / spamming (nightclub promo). So its not just quick hit and run spamming affiliate links but more like thousands of evebt invites and messages over long periods of time for a legit nightlife company that does evebts regularly.

    I use ocommunitysuite to automate building accts, sendin the event invites, and messaging. Been usin the software for a year managing around 50 FB accts (all with lots of friends)

    Thru the same IP (my computers). Meaning i have not used a proxy w/ ocommunity at all this whole time. And surprisingly ive had pretty good luck. No accts have been banned!!

    I am wondering, to keep the accts safe, should i

    -use one proxy per acct
    -use one proxy per acct then switch every month or so?
    -use only a single proxy for all accounts
    -use only a single proxy for all but switch every month or so
    -say i have 50 accts, get say like 5 proxies and put 10 accts on ea proxy


    Please tell me what i should be doing...thanks so much BHW!!
     
  2. partymarty4870

    partymarty4870 Elite Member

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    I'm no Fb expert, but I use 1 proxy for about 5 accounts and change the proxy every month or so. I lose the occaisional acct but not too many.
     
  3. Candicelv

    Candicelv Registered Member

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    Well, i have ever used your methods, but now i never use this way again. First, you always waste your time on how to cheat Facebook and bypass many limitations. Now you know Facebook strongly recommends its ads. That means you must spend much money, or you cannot do your marketing on Facebook well. However, there are some rules you can break through. Share two of my views with you: change your thinking way; analyze Facebook data. Thank you!
     
  4. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    i would say 1 ip per very few accounts because when 1
    account gets banned, all those attached to that ip
    go as well
     
  5. williamk

    williamk BANNED BANNED

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    Never use more than 5 accounts per proxy. Better to use low amount if you use shared proxies.
     
  6. phatzilla

    phatzilla Supreme Member

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    if it aint broke, dont fix it?
     
  7. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    the less ips tied to a set amount of accounts
    the less accounts go down when an ip is banned
     
  8. fxcraz

    fxcraz Newbie

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    Looking for Facebook expert ...
     
  9. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    this must one of those guess the question requests ?