Facebook is the most popular social network of our age as it has 1.88 billion daily users. Not having your company's presence there is unimaginable. But advertising on Facebook is hard as users tend to skip ads right away. Organic content is what you have to be aiming for.
Promoting such content for your brand is much easier with multiple Facebook accounts. The problem is that such use is not compatible with Facebook's rules. It's against the Community Standards to provide unauthentic information or to have many profiles.
Proxies for Facebook accounts
Facebook has one of the best security systems to detect and delete multiple accounts. First, they identify every visitor by their IP address. If many profiles are created, the IP is red-flagged and, eventually, blocked. Proxies, however, will allow you to bypass this limitation. Without them, no method of creating multiple Facebook accounts is possible.
Proxies are intermediary servers between you and the internet. Any request you make will go to a proxy server first and only then to the website. This process allows you to change your IP address along the way. So Facebook, or any other website, will see the proxy’s IP address and location instead of yours.
There are many different types of proxies fine tuned for their respective purposes. The main two types are datacenter and residential. Just as their names suggest, the first ones connect to the internet from servers. The second ones get their connection from an Internet Service Provider. They have a specific location, like any other regular internet user.
It is best to use residential proxies as their connection is more organic. Also, keep in mind that one proxy is far from enough. You want a variety of IPs from different locations rotating on the regular. This way, you can use a separate proxy for every account creation and avoid being noticed by Facebook's system.
Using free proxies is not recommended. Most of the time, they are already known to Facebook and blocked even before you start using them. The unwillingness to pay before you know whether it will work is understandable. I recommend using a Facebook proxy provider with a free trial, such as Metrow. This way, you will be able to test a high-end proxy with a method of your choice.
Creating Facebook accounts manually
Let’s start with the most straightforward approach of creating the accounts manually. It is best for those who need to register only a couple, no more than five, accounts. In this case, looking for more sophisticated tools won’t be time-efficient for you. The first thing to note when creating profiles by hand is time.
Do not create the accounts one after another. Facebook algorithms will flag you instantly, so spread out the creation of every profile. The older the account, the more legitimate it is. Create accounts at least a couple of weeks apart, a month if possible.
Make sure to use varied information. Use different emails from various providers, but only trusted and known ones. Spread out the time of the creation for those emails also. But creating accounts this way still won’t ensure success. Facebook can identify your activity from the IP address alone.
You could just physically change your location for creating and using every account. It’s not a convenient solution, but Proxies can ease up this approach significantly. Use a browser extension for your proxy and create accounts while rotating IPs. The process won’t look any different for you, but Facebook will not recognize the activity.
Using bots to create Facebook accounts
Creating a larger number of Facebook accounts manually is still challenging. You will need to provide unique information for every profile, and it’s time-consuming. The following activity also has to be authentic and timed well. Otherwise, you risk arousing suspicion. Thus, a more serious undertaking requires a bot to do it for you.
A bot is a software program designed to automate a certain task. In this case, the creation and management of a Facebook account. If you’re not a programmer, look for a bot provider to suit your needs. A good rule of thumb is to look for a convenient interface, comprehensive analytics, and automation of as many tasks as possible. DominatorHouse and Jarvee are two excellent examples.
Automated activity can be suspicious to Facebook algorithms, especially while managing many accounts from the same IP. To imitate organic behaviour, make sure to use proxies for every account. Most bots support proxies, so you will only need to add your proxy account information. The bot will do the rest according to your commands.
Purchasing Facebook accounts
If all the above looks too confusing, there is still one way to get Facebook accounts. You can simply buy them in bulk. It is a bit dangerous as there are many suspicious merchants online. So, make sure to look for reviews and keep an eye on the age of the creation. The older the account is, the more legitimate. Of course, such profiles cost more as well.
After you buy the accounts, you'll need to set them up for usage. Make posts, invite friends, and join groups relevant to your business. The same advice as above is unavoidable here as well. Make sure to time your activity and change your IP address. Connect to such accounts only using proxies as you risk compromising your own connection.
Whichever method you choose, the usage of proxies is inevitable. Facebook is fighting hard against the creation of multiple accounts. Hiding your IP is the first step to working around this limitation. The extra effort is worth it. The scope of Facebook grows wider every day, and benefits are self-evident.