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What Are Your Facebook Group MassPlanner Settings At?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Noah Hawryshko, Jun 6, 2016.

  1. Noah Hawryshko

    Noah Hawryshko Senior Member

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    Can anybody tell me (generally) what safe (0 phone verification purely out of joining/posting) MassPlanner Facebook group settings are for fresh accounts? I'd like to know specifically what a safe amount of groups to join, and posts per day are completely safe. Here are the stats:

    - Profile picture, no cover photo.
    - Completely incomplete profile.
    - 1 month old.
    - Account actions active, likes random posts and accepts friend requests.

    Would aged Facebook accounts be better for spam? If so, where could I find cheap ones unaffiliated with you, and how long should they ideally be aged for? Is there a better way to do this than the way I'm doing it? Can you elaborate?

    This is my first ever actual campaign I'm doing with MP. I have 21 Facebook accounts, a super-spintaxed lead repertoire, 20 rotating domains, and 21 private proxies with diverse subnets (IG safe, so I know FB isn't flagging them).

    I really need to know I'm doing this right. I got impatient the first time, and I started fresh and don't want to blow it this time. What should my setup be that allows me to be absolutely safe, yet not joining and posting in only 2-3 groups per day?
     
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    I know you'd recommend that I do, but I have a good understanding of Facebook, Facebook groups, and group spam. I use groups on my normal Facebook account and have been doing so for years. Do you still think I should go manual for a bit? If there's more to learn, than I'll take your word for it and do so.
     
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    If you had a good understanding, I don't think you would be asking what you did above. I've seen enough of your postings to know you are a sharp guy, and I assume you don't mind getting a little dirty at work, and I do think it would be valuable to you to operate manually for a bit.

    In fact, I think you would be wasting a lot of money on accounts if you do not.
     
  5. Noah Hawryshko

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    Thanks for your support so far on this post and others, I appreciate it.

    Though I have a good understanding of methodology, I don't have tested, numerical specifics which would constitute optimal settings. I can know everything there is to know about Facebook groups from a methodological standpoint, but if I don't have any numbers to go on, and don't learn from people who know how to make the most posts per day with the smallest ban rate, then I'm going out of my way to re-invent the wheel all over again.

    Even if I go manual for a bit and leave my settings ultra-safe while I do so, I won't know things like what my post variability should be, how they would differ from a spammy CPA offer to a more legitimate looking one, how my account actions influence them, what my sleep timer should be at, etc.

    All I'll really realize is that after x amount of posts I start to get phone verification. Now that helps tremendously, but it won't give me optimal settings, only people who have fine-tuned every variable over a long period of time (after September/2015) will know what exact settings fresh accounts should be at.

    Does that make sense. The way I see it, there's nothing left for me to learn minus specific numbers and settings. However, I'll go ultra-safe for a bit and try to post manually. Thanks for your advice.
     
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    How many post are you looking to post a day and are you direct linking or sending people to a landing page?
     
  7. Noah Hawryshko

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    I'm direct linking. Right now I'm aiming for 20 posts a day. Eventually, I want around 500.
     
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    I done setting to watch tutorial on youtube.
     
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    Direct linking can get your links shut down pretty quick. Also it is better to warm your leads up first with a landing page so people are less prone to mark your post spam.
     
  10. Noah Hawryshko

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    I rotate domains, and structure my posts in a way that they could never be marked spam. It's unconventional, but it works.