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Optimize Your Lauth Usage: Managing Multiple Accounts and Preventing Blocks

Lauth is the foundation of your business, but today let's understand which other aspects you need to apply to keep your profiles active for as long as possible

In our highly competitive and sophisticated landscape, for online entrepreneurs looking to expand their businesses, the ability to understand the market, manage multiple accounts, and apply the advancements of tools is crucial in digital sectors.

A starting point to enter this business is to understand how platforms operate, why they operate, and how to overcome potential obstacles that could jeopardize your business.

The use of multiple accounts becomes important as your structure grows. For continuity, scalability, and security reasons, having more than one active account to post an ad is the basis of a contingency strategy.

When is the ideal time to adopt a multi-login browser?

When your scale is larger, typically using a multi-login is a way to increase your reach, advertising returns, and contingency. Whether managing teams, sharing profiles, or organizing them according to your goal.

Perhaps you want to run ads multiple times to the same audience, increasing your chances of reaching the right people, using different costs and conversion rates in separate accounts, and much more. The possibilities that multiple Facebook ad accounts open for you are vast, and at this point, you will need a browser geared for this purpose.

I’m still getting blocked, what could it be?

Understanding this point is crucial. Simply creating an account in a multi-login browser and posting your ad on a new profile without any knowledge, strategy, and contingency may still result in blocks, albeit they might take a little longer.

The idea behind Lauth is to help create the necessary technical barriers to bypass the thousands of analyses that algorithms perform directly on your machine, but some external factors depend entirely on you. In other words, by having several other profiles ready to act if an unwanted encounter occurs in a specific profile, when using Lauth correctly, you simply distribute the risk. Your structure won’t be completely affected.

Apply Lauth in your favor

A high-quality multi-login is the foundation of the entire business. With it, you ensure that you appear as a unique user/device in each of your accounts. Your IP address, proxies, cookies, and browser fingerprints are constantly analyzed by platforms, and Lauth doesn’t hide these data but differentiates them between each profile. Thus, avoiding any connection between them.

Each browser profile will work in a completely isolated environment, meaning each one has its own cookies, hardware data, history, and everything that makes up an account. So, if you create each Facebook ad account in a separate virtual browser slot – and make sure it’s properly set up with different proxies and IP addresses – you’re already on the right track to reduce detection.

The basics also need to be covered!

You need to ensure there are no obvious gaps in your defense. For example, if you’re working in a team, opt for a common operating system among everyone accessing a particular profile, as these small details can reveal inconsistencies.

When choosing the network for your profiles, in the case of a group, opt for a connection via residential, mobile, or iProxy proxy. Especially if the structure involves remote workers from different states.

When warming up profiles, ensure you follow our tips and don’t maintain patterns already saturated and understood by the algorithm. Clicking here, you’ll find a complete post on the subject.

It’s crucial that by the end of this discussion, you understand the importance of organized teamwork, both between you and a good multi-login and anti-detection browser, and how your actions directly impact the durability of the profiles.

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