How to farm FB accounts correctly?

Farming or “warming up” is a procedure for creating high-quality accounts on social networks. A high-quality account is one that social media algorithms perceive as the account of a real person. For example, if Facebook identifies an account as “real,” then the percentage of trust in that account increases.

High-quality account preparation provides even more benefits:

  • Passing moderation. The process becomes much easier. This is why such accounts are called “trust” accounts. Instead of manually tracking ads, you will most likely only have to solve the FB bot problem with a cloaca.
  • Ability to attach multiple advertising campaigns to one business account.
  • Opportunity to spend more. You can increase the budget for advertising campaigns for a specific account. New accounts are limited to $5, trust accounts are limited to several hundred dollars.
  • Warm-up accounts live longer. Because it takes longer for the system to recognize the violator in the trust account, this could take weeks.

Of course, “trust” accounts cannot live forever, since Facebook is constantly trying to prevent arbitrageurs. The social network analyzes user actions, identifies similar scenarios and blocks affiliate marketing accounts. But if you farm slowly, for a long time and with high quality, the system can forgive even minor violations for some time.

Types of accounts

Most people buy accounts from individuals or stores. Depending on the time spent and the quality of warming up, the accounts offered for sale are divided into types.

Let’s take a closer look at these account types:

  • Softregs. These are accounts created automatically using special software; they do not have a real owner. They can be blank or with some information, their cost will depend on this, but still, this type of account is the most accessible and cheapest. Initially, the trust and life expectancy of such accounts are minimal. And, the longer they exist before sale, the higher the likelihood of removal, so they need to be additionally warmed up. Softregs are used exclusively for business purposes – mailings, spam, etc.
  • Freshregs. These are accounts created manually or automatically, but the time between registration and sale is minimal. This means that someone created them, most likely without putting in enough effort. And you will have to bring them into a suitable state yourself.
  • Trend accounts. These are accounts obtained fraudulently, which were used by a real person, and in some cases even have a linked payment card. Often these are accounts that were accessed by guessing a password or intercepting the owner’s confidential information.When faced with such accounts, you need to consider the risks:
    1. the same account can be sold to several people.
    2. the owner can try to restore the account at any time.

    We do not recommend using such accounts, since in general the theft of personal information is a crime, legal punishment may not follow, but the risk of becoming a victim yourself increases significantly.

  • Rental accounts. These are accounts of real people who voluntarily provided access to them either for money or as a friend. This means that this includes, for example, accounts of family, friends and acquaintances. Confidence and value in this case are maximum.
  • Accounts that passed ad ban. These are accounts that have been verified after being banned for bad advertising and are therefore more trusted than regular warmed up accounts. Not all farm accounts can pass the “advertising test” and therefore this type is more expensive than a regular account.
  • King accounts. These are high-quality trust accounts where the likelihood of a ban is minimal. As a rule, they have: a warmed-up FanPage, a connected Business Manager and a passed “advertising” check. Up to 5 autoregisters are usually connected to the “kings”, which allows you to manage several advertising campaigns from one account, again reducing the risk of getting banned.

The process of preparing to warm up accounts

A reasonable question arises: if you can buy it, why farm it yourself? The main reason is that you can be 100% confident in your accounts if, of course, you put in enough effort. Also, when purchasing, there is a risk of running into low-quality farming.

In addition, manual independent farming can significantly save your budget. You can even make money if you put farming on stream and continue to sell warmed-up accounts.

So, to create and prepare accounts for advertising on Facebook, we will need:

  • Antidetect Browser. The solution from is perfect – this browser has all the necessary functionality for high-quality warming up of accounts.
  • Proxy. Preference should be given to mobile or residential. The proxy server should be selected according to the account region. Don’t forget that each profile uses its own proxies.
  • SIM cards and email addresses. We need ones that have not yet been used to activate any Fb accounts. Phone numbers must match the GEO of the account.
  • Several payments that we will link to accounts.
  • Profile photos. You will need 5-10 photographs of one person that are not publicly available, especially on social networks owned by the Meta corporation. Once you find suitable photos, you need to clean up the metadata and edit them just in case.

To avoid getting confused in profiles, it is best to store information in a table. In this table you will keep all the data of accounts, both warmed up yourself and purchased. Before describing the farming process, it should be noted that there is no single algorithm that will always work equally successfully in affiliate marketing.

Facebook’s security system is constantly modified and analyzes user behavior to identify patterns. Old patterns stop working, you have to come up with something new, so farming means constantly learning and testing new methods and hypotheses.

Let’s start registration

Before you click the “Register” button, you should already have tabs prepared in the Anti-Detect browser for each account with GEO account settings. In addition, in the same browser you must have mail configured and the corresponding phone number linked.

Next, you need to get cookies for your tabs, because without them you might raise suspicions with Facebook. To do this, you need to visit 20-30 sites that use the FB pixel. It is necessary that everything looks organic, and not just open 50 random links in a row and immediately register. The main point of warming up is to simulate the activity of a real user. It is absolutely necessary to avoid stereotypical behavior because Facebook notices such patterns and remembers them, and this system uses artificial intelligence and learns itself. It is better to allocate 2-3 days to visit the sites.

Here you can find a list of such sites.

Once you have collected your cookies and created your profile, you finally register. You can register both on Facebook itself and through third-party sites. When prompted to log in via FB, a form for a new account pops up. By the way, logging into the purchased account is exactly the same. This way, your account history will look believable from Facebook’s point of view.

Then you fill out the form with your data and upload a photo. Some fields can be left blank. If you are warming up several accounts at once, you should avoid monotony – fill out different numbers of different types of information fields. For photos, upload a few of them and a cover image. Leave one photo in case selfies are needed.

After that, scroll through your feed, subscribe to a couple of groups and leave your account alone for a couple of days.

What steps need to be taken to warm up?

Go to your profile and fill out some fields in your account.

Scroll through the feed, look at photos, videos, like without haste – 5-10 a day, more is possible, but only if you view a lot of content.

Comment on posts, repost, subscribe to interest groups. Do everything in moderation, as a normal user would do, and don’t copy the same comments. By consuming and reacting to different content, you show Facebook what your interests are, and it, in turn, thinks about what ads to show.

Add friends. Go to Recommendations, then Recommended Friends pages, and once you’re sure you actually “know” them, add them. So, you need to add no more than 30 people per day, but not strictly 30, remember to avoid repetition. Some people say increase the number of friend requests every day, but this is where you try and see what works best. Then you can add your friends as a friend and pay attention to their GEO, preferably if they are nearby.

On your page you should make publications, for example, of boats, mountains or dogs. But it’s best to post photos taken from a mobile device with the metadata saved.

Remember to continue to use the Internet and visit sites with the Facebook Pixel. It’s better to register for them using your Facebook account.

Sometimes you can reduce your activity by pretending that you are having a weekend.

In about a week you will be able to create a fan page. This is a public page for promoting your business, products and services. By the way, a couple of days before its creation, it would also be a good idea to subscribe to thematic groups, repost sales videos, take a course on Meta Blueprint advertising, add several books on sales to your cart, etc.

After creating your fan page, start posting. The content should be neutral, preferably related to your offer. After a couple of days, you can try promoting some posts with a minimal budget for a few days.

Then create a Business Manager. If you need to verify your identity, use the account information from the spreadsheet and use the photo you left for the selfie.

You can prepare a high-quality account in 14 days, but if you wish, you can warm it up longer. Before launching an advertising campaign, it is imperative to give your accounts a rest, so do not touch them at all for 1-2 days.

Recommendations for increasing trust in your account

  • Interact with other people – communicate, block users and complain to the administration about them.
  • Take your time, in this case haste will only do harm.
  • Each profile has its own proxy.
  • Each account has its own card.
  • To get Facebook to like you, go beyond. For example, create an Instagram account via Facebook, register and log in to third-party sites using your account.
  • Facebook shouldn’t think you’re only interested in one thing. Do not put a lot of money on your balance at once, do not show interest in advertising.
  • Be natural. Think of it as your personal account, you just have many personalities.

We analyzed in detail the process of warming up accounts and defined a simple and convenient algorithm of actions. We advise you to remember that any warm-up process cannot fit into a single template, since the Facebook service itself is changing and learning to respond to dishonest actions of users. You can achieve success by constantly testing new hypotheses and optimizing existing advertising campaigns.