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What's the current word on creating facebook accounts?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Strygwyr, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. Strygwyr

    Strygwyr Junior Member

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    I've been reading about facebook quite a bit lately as I'm about to start building up some accounts for a project in the works. There seems to be a lot of conflicting information about what to do/what not to do to ensure your accounts do not get banned. In addition there isn't really one go-to thread.

    So what I'm wondering is what are the current guidelines to creating and maintaining accounts. I'm looking for info regarding:

    Is the use of proxies necessary?

    If so, how many accounts per proxy. Is it a 1 to 1 ratio or can you get away with multiple?

    Do the accounts/proxies have to be geo specific. I.e. does your "location" need to match your ip.

    How many friends is it safe to add per day.

    Any other relevant information to ensure sustainability of accounts.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. frngdrn

    frngdrn Regular Member

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    it seems 15 is roughly the maximum of friend requests

    i usually do 10-15 depending on how good my account is

    it also seems that clicks count and not just sent requests
     
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  3. Canterbury

    Canterbury Newbie

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    Thanks for this thread and for the post, at least now I know that I need to slow down with adding new friends.
     
  4. frngdrn

    frngdrn Regular Member

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    it can be depressing but remember you can do it every 24 hours,

    on multiple accounts doing everyday is still alot of friends, even though it is time consuming.