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What Are the FB Automated LIMITS?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Pripod, Sep 15, 2010.

  1. Pripod

    Pripod Regular Member

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    I'm looking for veteran Mac-Daddy PROs of Facebook automated software to answer the following questions. I am working on some rather large projects associated with my work, and I don't want to inadvertently get one of our clients pages suspended. If I get one suspended, I am in deep deep trouble!!!

    Here are my questions:

    1) Do I need to change my IP in-between separate fake user accounts when running the software?

    2) What is the safest methods for using this software to avoid page suspension?

    3) What are the safest margins for running it
    A - Lag time 15-30 Seconds?
    B - 40 x Follows Per day?

    4) Before suggesting a page, should I wait until the account is fully stocked with all the friends that I will ever want?

    5) Once I receive a warning, does this mean that the fake account is on Facebook's radar as a spammer, and should drop the account to avoid being affiliated with my "clean" page that I am promoting?

    Getting answers to the above questions would be extremely helpful! I would like to thank the FB Auto PROs in advance for their help. I don't want to experiment, and need to play it safe, within safe margins. Thank you, Thank You!
     
  2. JesusBack

    JesusBack Executive VIP Premium Member

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    All I know is that proxies are required along with a limit of 50 friends per account per IP.
     
  3. S1R1US

    S1R1US Newbie

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    I've had a profile that I have regularly friendspammed until I get the abuse error, after which time I wait around 24 hours and try one more friend request and if I don't get the alert I seem to be able to start right over.

    I think they definitely have some type of analytics though, because out of nowhere before the profile was disabled. I contacted fb help with some made up sob story and they reinstated it. One thing I tend to do tho is utilize the fake profile in real ways so the ONLY actions aren't just promoting, that way it just looks like a person promoting. Posting on friends pages, replying to people who message or comment on wall, etc.
     
  4. tronlegacy

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    Having used to work for Facebook Inc., I can tell you that they have updated their spam preventions methods just a bit. One of the triggers is 50

    1) If you are logging in and out over 10 accounts, it is probably safe. However, if you're doing it over hundreds to thousands your accounts will likely be banned.

    2) Don't use it. This is like when people ask, "How do I get out of a parking ticket?" The lawman usually replies with: "Park legally".

    3) If your account(s) are being reported as abusive, it doesn't matter how fast or slow you go, they will get disabled. Unless you're lagging longer than a minute to five minutes, a few seconds really will not spare you. Also, the it is fifty per hour per day.

    4) It depends on what you're doing, how fast you move, etc. Lots of factors here. While you wait your account can (and likely) will get disabled.

    5) Don't post your link directly. Once your Facebook link is associated as "dirty" or "spammy" from abusive accounts, the Page will be watched a bit more closely. If people reported bad links or spam links on the Page it is also another indicator. If it grows unnaturally fast beyond the realms of a reasonable network it can be a trigger.

    Hope that helps.
     
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    S1R1US Newbie

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    That does help. Thanks for the information. If you don't mind my asking publicly, how long did you work there and what was your job?
     
  6. Pripod

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    Thanks so much Tronlegacy!

    Although this was horrible news to receive, I really do appreciate it. Can I ask you if you happen to know of a different targeted way to promote a FB page without bringing much wrath of Facebook law enforcers.

    My dilemma is as follows:

    1) My organizations that I am promoting are so large that they all have legal teams and policies that keep us from creating fresh edgy viral content.

    2) Our budgets are so low that they make small company Facebook ad campaigns look like they are well funded.

    3) I have come to believe that Facebook automated software was the final option to resort to. I have been using Tweetadder for 2 years, however it seems as though this is almost an accepted practice on the platform within the right margins (less than 200/200). Facebook seems very different after receiving your response.

    4) I have another 5 1/2 months at my job and seriously feel screwed and out of options.

    5) If one page gets suspended I am potentially fired. Please help!

    Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.
     
  7. tronlegacy

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    Yes there are ways but without knowing your circumstances it would be really difficult for me to give a accurate solution to your situation.

    Lawyers. Here is an interesting thing: For every one designer there's twenty-three lawyers. So what does that tell you?

    Most company people feel pretty screwed, like they're part of a "system" of "grinding".

    If you are concered about the page try use methods that will not violated the ToS. Generally speaking, if you do not violate the ToS, your page has nothing to worry about.

    Without knowing exactly what your trying to do, like I mentioned, its difficult to give a solution. If you need more feel free to message me.
     
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  8. Pripod

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    Thanks Tronlegacy, I have sent you a PM including a bit more on the challenges that I am facing. Thanks so much!
     
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    1. no. there are many collage campuses where all the computers use one IP address

    2. dont use widgets on the page. don't post spammy status updates

    3. facebook has gotten very strict about adding people.

    4. i dunno...1000 may be good enough

    5. if you get a warning the account will be roadblocked later
     
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    SmileAtmyWins BANNED BANNED

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    Never heard of that one. Normally roadblocks are IP roadblocks. Because you login from an IP that you havent before.
     
  11. madurajb

    madurajb Newbie

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    tell me please if we use public ips is it case to our facebook accounts
     
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    hey what about fanpages? can u create lots of fanpages each day? is there a limit per account?