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Everything You Wanted to Know About Facebook Account Farming: Tools, Methods, and Stats

Everything You Wanted to Know About Facebook Account Farming: Tools, Methods, and Stats

Facebook as a platform for arbitraging makes it tough these days – accounts are getting banned left and right, and to keep things going, you have to juggle multiple, sometimes dozens of accounts. Registering new accounts won’t cut it anymore, as Facebook is actively cracking down on new sign-ups and “shady” accounts. 

At its core, account farming is about creating an account that looks as close to a real person’s profile as possible, which helps it gain trust. Accounts with a high level of trust from Facebook are called “king” or “mom” accounts, and less trustworthy accounts are already being linked to them to drive traffic.

How to get ready for account farming

The main goal of account farming is to mimic the activity of a real person using all means possible. First off, let’s talk about the technical setup. 

You’ll need:

  • An anti-detection browser
  • High-quality mobile or residential proxies
  • A set of photos of one person’s face that haven’t been indexed
  • A SIM card
  • An email address
  • A bank card

How to start

After purchasing proxies and launching the profile in the anti-detection browser, you’ll need to create a browser “history” so that Facebook sees activity. 

To do this, you should visit websites with Facebook pixels installed and spend some time on them. This way, you will accumulate cookies, which Facebook will see during sign-up.

Finding such websites is easy: just look for the top 100 websites in your desired region.

Another option is to use Google search and the “Facebook Pixel Helper” extension, which shows whether a pixel is installed.

You need to browse the websites throughout the first day with random frequency and varying amounts of time.

The next day, you can proceed with registration. It’s best to register not through the main page but use a third-party site authentication.

Once sign-up is complete, you can start setting up your account and making your first subscriptions.

Fill out the basic account information, upload 3-4 photos, and add up to 5 people as friends from the “People you may know” section. You can also join a few dating groups and write a post.

Spend some more time on the account, scrolling the feed and showing moderate activity.

The next day, better not to log into the account. Facebook will see this as more human-like behavior. But for the entire following week, you should log in regularly, like posts, leave comments, repost, watch videos, and behave like a regular user. Each day, limit yourself to liking no more than 25-30 posts, making no more than 5 reposts, and adding no more than 4-6 people as friends.

After 7-8 days, you can start creating a Fan Page. The following week is going to go similar to the last one: be active, like, repost, leave comments, and browse websites with Facebook pixel.

By the middle of the second week, you can start creating a Business Manager page. The following day, you’ll need to link a high-trust bank card and keep being active on your account and Fan Page. 

After waiting for 1-2 days, you should upload “white” creative content to your Fan Page, allocate a small budget to it, and run it for a few days.

Understanding the Advertising Activity Ban

Sooner or later, any account gets blocked or goes into the Advertising Activity Ban. If it falls into the latter category, which isn’t bad at all, because after verification and account recovery, the trust will grow too. 

This is why you need photos that weren’t previously uploaded to the Facebook profile all along. By using them and some of your Photoshop skills, you can unblock the account and keep going.

How to sell a Facebook account

When your own demand is met and the process is streamlined, you can consider selling such accounts to teams or solo affiliates. A good trusted account with completed verification can fetch from $4.5.

You can sell accounts directly in Telegram chats by sending out messages once a day. There’s a big demand for good accounts, and even a few teams can handle the sales.

You can also reach out to stores that actively sell accounts and offer your own for resale. In this case, you might lose some profit, but you’ll save time on finding and chatting with potential buyers.

To buy or to farm: that is the question

When you farm your own accounts, you stay confident in their quality and focus on advertising hassle-free. That’s why many teams have their own farming departments. 

If you don’t have time or don’t want to farm, you can simply buy accounts from shops that sell them. In just five minutes, you’ll have plenty of ready-to-use accounts at your fingertips. You can find these stores in Telegram chats or through a quick Google search.

How to stay out of scams

Watch out for scams. Some sellers mix low-quality accounts with good ones. To avoid this, buy a small batch first and check their quality. If they’re good, you can go ahead and get more accounts from the same seller.


All of the above should be seen not as a strict set of rules but a friendly reminder. Just remember, Facebook’s rules can change a lot. When farming accounts, act like an ordinary internet user would. Good luck out there.

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