How to Farm Facebook Accounts – Facebook Account Creator Guide

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How to Farm Facebook Accounts – Facebook Account Creator Guide

It’s not hard to farm Facebook accounts by itself. It’s keeping them working that’s hard because of the measures that Facebook takes. In this Facebook account creator guide, we are going to cover how to farm Facebook Accounts effectively. So that you can create accounts and keep them working.

Why Farmed Facebook Accounts Don’t Work Long

As you are aware, Facebook is well known for collecting data.

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What you may not know is that it also uses data to prevent fraud. Or in your case, farming of accounts since multi-accounts aren’t allowed on Facebook.

This is something that Facebook stepped its measures up with, in the last few years, especially after the Cambridge Analytica situation. 

…Let’s Say You Try to Run 20 Facebook Accounts

Those 20 Facebook accounts, if you use all of them from the same web browser, on the same device, with the same OS, timezone, and language inputs, Facebook through data will figure out that those all belong to one individual relatively quickly.

And since it’s against the terms of service to operate several Facebook accounts, those then will be blocked.

And this applies to accounts that you pay for just as it applies to account that you farm yourself.

Facebook’s algorithms are able to connect the dots with ease.

You might have seen Facebook accounts advertised as fully working, and if they are created right, with the measures mentioned in this Facebook account creator guide, then sure, there will be working. But if those same measures aren’t taken when using the accounts, they will stop working at some point anyway.

Unless you figure out how to get through this issue. Which is exactly what we go through in this Facebook account creator guide.

How to Farm Facebook Accounts

Facebook Account creation is relatively simple to the point that there’s no need for us to walk you through the registration part. It’s like on any other social media platform.

There, for sure, is one thing that you will always need, and another that you may need sometimes.

  1. Email address.
  2. Phone number.

…Or rather a lot of them, although that number depends entirely on how many Facebook accounts you are looking to farm.

How to Get a Phone Number If Needed:

Sometimes, creating a Facebook account requires a phone number. Naturally, you aren’t going to buy physical phone numbers, which is where virtual phone numbers come in. In your app store or on the internet, you’ll find more than a few apps that allow for virtual phone number-creation such as Freezvon, Nextiva, or Freshcaller.

How to Get Unlimited Email Addresses:

Since Facebook will force you to verify your account, you need proper email addresses that work. For that, simply go to an email client of your choice and create some. However, the issue here is that just like Facebook, email clients such as Gmail have trackers in place. And while it’s fine if you create a small bunch of accounts spread out over several weeks. If you are creating several emails in a day, you will be viewed as suspicious and as a result, might not be able to create anymore.

And that’s where Kameleo, which we’ll mention again later on in this guide as it plays a vital role, comes in.

Kameleo allows you to spoof trackers that determine whether you are suspicious or not. If every few accounts you create look completely unique to the others you created, you will never be seen as suspicious as you are just part of the many other millions also creating an account. 

If you can create unlimited email addresses by using services like Gmail or Outlook, you are halfway across towards farming Facebook accounts.

The other half? 

How to Trick Facebook When Creating Accounts

To farm Facebook accounts successfully, you need to spoof the trackers with incorrect information.

Every account you create should be unique to the other. That’s all that’s needed to keep Facebook accounts working.

In theory, you could use some plugin to block trackers. But Facebook might see that as suspicious and could prevent you from accessing their site. Meanwhile, the functionality of the website would break if you were to remove all the ways that Facebook can identify you with.

Some guides suggest using the Tor web browser. Tor for sure is a great option as a web browser. Especially for security. But it’s not an option for farming accounts as Facebook would see that you are using Tor and would see you as suspicious, and once again, website functionality would then be missing.

Anything that breaks functionality down or blocks something completely isn’t going to work when it comes to creating Facebook accounts.

Instead of Blocking Trackers…

Instead of blocking trackers that Facebook uses, you need to feed them with unique information. That way every account looks to be made in a different part of the world, not being linked with the other account.

And that’s where Kameleo once again comes in.

Farm Facebook Accounts

Kameleo allows you to spoof trackers while still allowing you to use your favorite web browser.

That way, the sites that you are trying to farm accounts on will be tricked while working as they should be.

Kameleo allows you to spoof trackers as simple as timezone or your screen resolution to something as advanced as canvas fingerprinting.

Every time you create a new Facebook account, switch around a few parameters around with Kameleo. Save those specific parameters as profiles with names that relate to the account that you will want to use a specific profile with. And that way Facebook won’t ever detect any of the accounts you are creating as suspicious.

How to Farm Facebook Accounts

What does that mean? That if you are creating a Facebook account based in the US, that your Kameleo profile and IP address needs to match the US. You can’t connect to a different Kameleo profile for a specific Facebook profile, every single time.

Whether you choose to create a brand new profile every time with the ability to customize in-depth, or looking to create quick profiles, that’s up to you.

And yes, Kameleo supports Selenium, meaning that you can automate this entire process of account creation with ease. 

How to Keep These Accounts Working

To farm Facebook accounts, you will need Kameleo to allow you to change parameters such as your OS, screen resolution, and timezone, but that’s not enough.

When you create a profile with Kameleo for a specific account, you need to take note that that specific profile will be used for this account. That’s a very important step. If you change your profile completely every single time, Facebook will see this as suspicious. 

The great thing about Kameleo when it comes to managing Facebook accounts is that it also supports Android phones so you can use these accounts on your phone, and even more importantly, that you can have several profiles all turned on at the same time and opened in different browser windows. 

To do that, after connecting to a profile, go through the process again. And a new browser window will open with completely different settings.

That’s How to Farm Facebook Accounts

In this Facebook account creator guide, we established that creating accounts isn’t hard.

You just need to be able to fool the trackers that determine suspicious activities at all times which Kameleo is a solution for.

Other than that, you just need to create email addresses and at times, virtual phone numbers, and with ease, you can create new profiles with Kameleo while keeping the other ones running.

And you can automate all of it with Selenium.

And the best thing about this Facebook account creator guide? That these exact steps apply to other platforms, whether that’s Instagram or eBay.

Kameleo Team
Kameleo Team

Our team consists of IT security experts, professional developers, and privacy enthusiasts who always searching better ways for browser fingerprint protection and developing innovative tools for browser automation and web scraping.