How to warm up a Facebook, Google Ads, Tiktok and Instagram account
Warm-ups are needed to prevent a profile from getting banned too quickly. It won’t
outright save you from the ban, but will enable the account to last 2-3 weeks.
How to warm up Facebook and Instagram accounts
You warm up Facebook accounts the exact same way you would an Instagram one,
so we’ll use Facebook as an example. The warm-up takes several weeks.
Step 1. Register a Facebook account. Make sure to use anti-detect browsers to
avoid the system realizing the profiles are connected. Next, imitate the behavior
of an average user: fill out the profile while following the hints, add friends, chat
in the comments and make posts.
Step 2. Create a fanpage 5-7 days after registering the account. Fill out the main
data on day 1. On day 2, invite friends and publish posts. Fanpage warm-ups
usually take a week or two.
Step 3. Launch an ad campaign. First, start promoting some post from your fan
page, and then move on to your main offer.
How to warm up a Google Ads account
Step 1. Register an account. You need to show that you are a new user. Registrations
are often made using services that let you log in via Google. You then simulate
user activity for a week or two: watch videos, visit websites, use documents.
Step 2. You launch ads gradually. First you need to register an ad account and get
to know the interface. Then set up ads for a white-hat offer and launch that campaign.
After that, increase the budget and drive traffic to the white-hat vertical for several
Step 3. Trigger an account check. The best way to do this is to drastically increase
your ad limits. After passing the test, you can start driving traffic to your main offer.
A step-by-step guide on warming up TikTok accounts
For your videos to get promoted and for your accounts to avoid getting banned,
you need to pose as a regular user for 3-5 days after registering: watch videos,
subscribe to channels, leave likes and comments. After that you can upload videos
but with 3-4 hour intervals between each one. Warming up accounts isn’t actually that hard. It’s just tedious monotonous work
that not everyone enjoys doing. But it’s a crucial task, ignoring which will result only
in constant bans.
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