Create Facebook accounts
The process of creating Facebook accounts with the software is very similar to creating E-mail accounts. In this article, we will focus on the differences only, so if you are not yet familiar with E-mail account creation, we recommend to study this article
Before using this feature, please make sure you have the following:
- Validated E-mail accounts - as many as you need Facebook accounts. If you don't have these and/or have no idea where to get them - this article will help you.
- IP rotation set up and working - usually people use proxies here, but there are plenty of other methods supported by the software. You can read about them here. If you decide to use proxies (which is the most common with Facebook accounts), the software will automatically select a proxy from the list when creating the account, and will permanently attach that proxy to an account. All future actions with this particular account will be done using that proxy. You can of course change the assignment manually if you wish, in the Facebook account properties
Account creation wizard
You can start the wizard from the Main menu->Wizards.
The first page of the wizard will ask you just one question that really needs to be answered by you, and that is - How many accounts do you want to create ?.
The rest of the boxes you can just leave as is and click Next button.
If you want to customize account creation process, you can do so by selecting
- Campaign for the new accounts - fresh accounts will appear under this campaign. Read more about campaigns here
- E-mail accounts to use - you can select particular E-mail accounts that you want to use. If you leave this field empty, the software will randomly select accounts for you.
It is also possible to further customize the process by selecting "Customize account creation settings" in the Advanced settings box.
Once you click Next, you will be taken to a page with the new generated accounts. These accounts have not been created yet, they have rather been prepared for creation. When you click Next here, the actual account creation process will start.
Facebook requires that each new account is confirmed by clicking a link in the E-mail message that they send in response to account creation attempt. Our software is able to handle E-mail confirmations automatically. When Facebook asks you to confirm account, the software will automatically log in to the corresponding E-mail via POP3, pull the confirmation message and click the link.
After that, Facebook account is created and you should be able to see it in the list of Facebook accounts, under the Facebook tab in the software.
Sometimes Facebook will ask you to provide your mobile phone number during signup, and will not finalize account creation before you do so. The software is able to handle this situation automatically, please read more here
Using personal profiles
If you want to populate your brand new Facebook accounts with personal information immediately after the account has been created, it is possible to do so by telling the account creation wizard to use Personal profiles.
There are several ways to do this:
- If you create Facebook accounts from the E-mail accounts (that have already been created by the software before), then the software will take personal profile information from that E-mail account. For that to happen, you need to select personal profiles when creating E-mail accounts, or you can manually assign personal profiles to your existing E-mail accounts.
- If you use Catch-All Domain to create Facebook accounts (which means that there are no physical E-mail accounts involved in the creation process), then you can use "Personal profiles" box of the Facebook account creation wizard to select personal profiles that will be used to populate new Facebook account with personal information
Keep in mind that selecting both E-mail accounts and Personal profiles in the Facebook account creation wizard is not allowed, because this will create potential ambiguity (for example, if you select E-mail account X that is bound to personal profile A, and then also select personal profile B - the software will be at loss which personal profile to use).