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Discussion in 'Instagram' started by Succeed Greatly, Jun 30, 2015.

  1. Succeed Greatly

    Succeed Greatly Registered Member

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    1. If I change my proxy per IG account each month, does this have a chance to result in banning? Given the proxy is private & will be located in the same country as the previous proxy.

    2. If I am uploading pictures onto an IG, should I pause the liking/following procedures?
     
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    Panther28 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    1.no (some home modems are dynamic)
    2.yes (if you want to keep your risk down.)
     
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    1 .depends, some countries are huge, if they are from us for example and you change the state completely, you might get in trouble, it is true that dynamic ips are like that but they are generally from the same area.
    2. don't think it should be an issue except if you're doing 2 actions at the exact same time.
     
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    1. Not sure about getting ban. I wouldn't change ip often if not at all if you have been botting with the acc since the start of creation. There were a few acc I created with proxy. Whenever I changed ip, IG reset my password. I don't do it often, but this may happen to you as well.

    2. Some says differently. However, I upload images from my phone using the same ip the acc is botting with. Works for me.
     
  5. Paper-Boy

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    1. It can potentially create problems down the road if you were to change IP's every month. However, using multiple IP's is fine. I've used about 7 different I.P's on my biggest account. It's 3 years old by the way.

    2. Yes/no. I prefer to keep activities separate.