When a big issue comes up, the forum gets filled with strategies and suggestions on how to solve it.
Some are better than others, but I believe that testing for yourself is the only way to see what works and what doesn’t.
You need to do a proper A/B split test.
What does that mean?
Your accounts (batches), need to have:
IDENTICAL software settings, to the comma
IDENTICAL phone number verification method
As close as possible or identical account history - how there were created, when, what they did to warm up, etc.
Then, you make a SINGLE change to one of the batches, leaving everything else the same.
Then, you give it at least 48 hrs to actually run.
Then, you come back and compare the results to see if there is a difference.
IMPORTANT: the bigger the batch, the more conclusive the results (of course). An account doing A or B does not really prove anything, so try to test at least 50, ideally 100 or more accounts.
IMPORTANT #2: be as objective as possible. Testing means looking at what is going on and drawing a conclusion. It does NOT mean doing a test so you can prove a biased theory. Avoid looking only at the results that best fit your theory as that is pure BS.
What is a BAD test?
The shortest version: testing something on accounts or batches that have little in common.
You see it done on the forum all the time: “I tested X vs Y and for sure, 1000% X works”. Then you dig a bit deeper and you see that one batch has mobile proxies, the other one has DC proxies. Or one has been purchased online 7 years ago and the other one is brand new. Or a client account vs a slave account.
When the batches are different, you cannot test a single option as there are too many variables. Ex: you might have reset the device IDs and that got you out of a block, but the reality is that you gave one account some rest and you didn’t the other and the resting is what got your out, not the reset.
At the end of the day:
There is no magic solution, so you need to find what works for you
Everyone has different situations so what worked for everyone, might not work for you
NOONE cares more about your accounts and business than you so don’t just sit and wait for the magic pill to land on your lap and solve your problems.
Test every theory for yourself.
Good luck and if you feel anything else should be added to the list above, let me know and I will edit it in.