I have started growing Instagram Accounts around August/September last year. I watched a lot of videos on youtube read BHW guides and decided to buy Jarvee.
I only used F/U methods and dedicated proxies (and ran everything on a vps). I decided to create 10 accounts. All of them are in different niches and I’ve seen extremely different follower results. Back then I didn’t even use the “user interacted with…” setting in Jarvee and only used Followers of Accounts. This resulted in most of the accounts having pretty bad engagement.
Those are the numbers I got so far. Engagement ranging from 2.5% to 5% for 9 of those accounts.
In December last year I stopped the accounts because I ran out of money and didn’t even try to monetize my accounts.
Around May I started to read more again and decided to give it a try once more. I readded the two biggest accounts alongside my personal brand account and started F/UF again.
Here are the numbers from igblade
For some weird reasons wasn’t able to post on the first account and couldn’t try to go viral.I stopped the actions on the account for a while and now started F/UF
I had some pretty successful posts though (atleast for me):
The content on those accounts is based on reposting only. I try to pick viral content from other accounts and manually prepare the captions for my posts. I did some hashtag research and just mix them together,using jarvee.
Should I stop F/UF on bigger accounts?
I’ve seen many different opinions, ranging from stop at 2.5k to many saying that 10k is the ideal spot to accounts at 80k+ still doing F/UF. What’s your take on this?
My goal is to make some money of the accounts. I just created a dropshipping store for the 28k Account and want to try out if I get an sales whatsoever.
Should I trash all the old low ER accounts? What can I use them for?
How do you monetize your accounts?
Any help, advice etc. is appreciated
PS: I am currently still running dedicated proxies ( waiting for my HenryCooper Proxies to arrive - thanks for all the free information available in the forum)