Why Use Proxies for Facebook?
Facebook has a smart anti-spam system that checks for unusual activities. Facebook does not encourage the use of bots and does not permit one person to have too many Facebook accounts. If Facebook gets too many requests from a single IP address, it considers that abusive and will block further requests.
It also uses IP addresses to link accounts and enforces blocks. For these reasons, if you intend to make use of a bot that will send too many requests or want to manage multiple Facebook accounts, then you will need to make use of Facebook proxies.
Which Type of Proxies is the Best for Facebook – Dedicated or Rotating?
Rotating proxies works, but they can put you in trouble – especially if you are logged in. switching IP addresses for the same account every now and then will likely flag you.
If you must make use of rotating proxies, then I will advise you to avoid using rotating datacenter proxies – use either mobile or residential. The best proxies for account management are dedicated proxies with static IP addresses.Read more: Datacenter proxies vs Backconnect residential proxies
How Many Accounts on One Proxy is Safe?
In the ideal situation, every account should have its own proxy. However, circumstances such as having too many accounts to manage and lack of funds will not allow that. Use 5 as a benchmark – do not automate more than 5 accounts. 2-3 per proxy is ideal if you can’t stick to the one account one proxy ideal.
What are the Popular Facebook Bots out there?
If you are looking to automate your Facebook activities, then there are options available to you in terms of automation bots. One of the most popular options used not only for Facebook automation but also for automating tasks for other popular social media platforms is Jarvee.
Jarvee has proven to be one of the best Facebook bots you can use, provided you are experienced because it is complicated. For ease of use, you can opt for other bots such as ASB Facebook Bot, FollowingLike, and Socinator, among others.