I have a 38k follower dessert food account on Instagram. It was purchased. The account owner left about 200 posts on the account that have 3,000 likes on each post. Impressive.
When I obtained the account, I immediately began comment, like, follow, and unfollow operations on it. I'm posting 4 times a day now and on my posts I'm receiving 500 likes per post. Some accounts receive less. That's about 6 times less than the original owner's posts.
However, posting several times a day and engaging with other accounts means that I'm successfully raising my own followers. The account was given me at 37k, now it's nearing 38k, for example. I signed up the account to Shoutcart today and am playing on doing paid shoutouts for people on there.
The plan here is to do paid promotions on the account. I would of course want the buyer to see that I have 3,000 likes on a pic, not 500. If possible, as well, I would like to continue growing the account. What's the best course of action here? I can either:
Stop posting new pics altogether, delete all my "500 likes" pics(so that my gallery only has the 3,000 likes ones), and only run like and follow operations.
Delete all my "500 likes" pics and delete any new pic I posted 5 or 6 hours I post it(but still post 4 times a day)