Hey guys, last year I worked in my first Ecom Job at a big Fashion Retailer. We had an Agency handle all of our IG Accounts and other Platforms for us.
Obviously all they did was whitehat stuff, but I never heard our inhose Social Media Manager talk about proxys / IP’s or so, I don’t think he would even know what a proxy is.
So I wanted to know how those Whitehat Agencys and Social Managers access their clients accounts without getting banned, blocks, accounts linked or anything, since that doesn’t seem to be a big topic in the whitehat community. Has anyone info on that?
They probably used proxies from the same countries as their clients or used the facebook creator studio.
Depends what actions they were doing. Follow/ unfollow isnt considered white hat by most
I have a couple of accounts outsourced to someone (personally trained /logged in on the phone/different IP from mine).
They do roughly 20-50 comments a day and 150+ likes per day
And I do my own liking for my phone too + stories roughly 150+ as well.
( no following)
We never get any TL or any blocks
The account is also new as well.
So manual/ with proper phone connection can definitely make a difference. However, we are not doing any follow/unfollow which is probably helping too
Well tbh I can’t remember what actions they were exactly doing aside from content posting, but they were definetly doing F/UF aswell. So they would have to have some kind of setup with proxies and anti detect browser, even if they were doing actions manual right?
Yeah, they would need private browsers and proxies. They would have that covered and just not told you. I don’t share my setup with people that work for me.
@Nieco new accounts are a lot easier to handle than client accounts. When clients try use their account when you are, it can cause issues. So, communication with the client has to be done.