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Quick & Easy Guide To Setting Up A New Facebook Ads Account...

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by 357Smith, May 1, 2015.

  1. 357Smith

    357Smith Junior Member

    Jul 13, 2012
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    1) You need a fresh new dedicated cable/dsl residential IP address. (5min)

    >> I have a custom setup where I have a haxorware cable modem ($40) hooked up to a ethernet switch and then plug in 10 cheap computers to that switch, each computer gets a unique residential cable IP address. Another option is to purchase Remote DSL service, usually cost around $75/week or $250/month and with this service you can click 1 button to get a fresh new residential public IP, use Google to find providers.

    2) Setup a free email account such as Google or Yahoo. (3min)

    3) Setup a free phone # such as Google Voice or use the "Burner" app for iOS or anything else works just fine. (5min)

    4) Ensure this computer is cleared of all history, cookies, cache...etc and be sure to clear flash cookies (2min)

    5) Setup a new Facebook account from scratch. Upon login, like a few random pages like local news media...etc, add a few random friends. (5min)

    6) Signup for Business Manager at business.facebook.com, create a facebook page and create an ads account. Signin to the ads manager for this new account (5min)

    7) Go to Billing > Payment Methods > Add Payment Method and select PayPal. When the PayPal window pops up, chose Signup and complete the super quick signup process (Takes 2min) and enter your credit card or debit card details. (I use employee debit cards from my business bank account, others may work too) (7min)

    8) Create a clean whitehat ad such as clicks to website for a local restaurant or store in the same city as your IP. (5min)

    9) Wait for this clean ad to start spending. (1-24hrs)

    10) Once the clean ad is spending you have passed the hidden verification steps and you can proceed to run your other ads. Personally I like to leave the clean ad running at $10/day indefinitely and often don't load up my money ads for 2-3 days so that account is warmed up.


    > In my experience and testing, working on a VPS or other datacenter IP address looks highly suspicious to Facebook and greatly increases your chances of an unusual activity ban or roadblock. Residential IPs work the BEST!
    > I found that using PayPal instead of loading up your credit card directly seems to work a LOT better. Also your PayPal email should match the same email for your Facebook account
    > Ensure you clear your flash cookies and everything else before you start. You also want a fresh new clean residential IP not used on Facebook before.
    > Business manager ad accounts somehow seem to work better for me, your experience may vary.
    > Your fist ad ALWAYS needs to be SUPER clean, nothing even remotely affiliate related.
    > For me, I never delete my first ad, I let it run till the end.
    > When your first ad is approved, your account still seems to be under a hidden manual review which takes up to 24hrs. Be patient, wait for your fist ad to start spending before doing anything else!
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  2. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

    Jun 17, 2009
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    Sometimes I don't know what your intentions are but I appreciate your post! :)

    Some people charge a lot of money for this type of info. Props to you for sharing it.
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  3. rusty1027

    rusty1027 Newbie

    Nov 1, 2014
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    Hey 357, Great post!

    I have a question regarding "warming up" an ad account. I've seen different opinions on whether you should just wait for the first ad to start spending vs letting you threshold grow a little before running non-white ads. Do you have an opinion on that? Let's hop on a Skype if you're interested in talking some more on this topic.

  4. weissweissweiss

    weissweissweiss Junior Member

    Mar 19, 2014
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    ...will still flag. Why else are you looking for aged accounts with an Id attached or novelty ids? there's no comparison between say this and an aged account with Id.
  5. juicemane

    juicemane Regular Member

    Feb 7, 2011
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    more info on burner. how much does it cost each time for a new number?