How to Use Proxy in the Instagram DM Bulk Messaging Bot Package Instagram Bulk DM Sender Bot Package
How to Use Proxy in the Instagram DM Bulk Messaging Bot Package
We have made a detailed assessment of what proxy is, what it is used for, and how it is used in a separate article on our website. To read this article, you can click on the link below to enter our website and be directed to this article. Link to the proxy description article
When will you need a proxy while using the Instagram DM Bulk Messaging Bot?
As we explained in the article Tips and Tricks to Avoid Getting Blocked and Reported , if you have many accounts (for example, more than 50 Instagram accounts) and you want to send bulk DMs with these accounts, it is better to use a proxy to vanish the trace of your accounts for Instagram and Instagram doesn't realize that all these accounts belong to the one user.
How to Set Proxies in the Instagram DM Bulk Messaging Bot
Due to the reasons we mentioned above, we have provided you with the possibility of using a proxy in two parts of the Instagram DM bot package:
- In the Profile Maker Bot Setting Excel file
- In the Account Management Excel file
Setting the proxy in these 2 files is very easy because in these two Excel files, in each row (in front of each account), there are 4 boxes to insert the IP, Port, Username, and Password of the proxy, if you enter them, the bot will always open that account with the browser that matches the profile of this account, it automatically sets the same proxy (which you have entered in Excel)
Why have we enabled using a proxy in the same section as "Introduction of Accounts"?
You may have used a proxy to create (create or initially register) your Instagram accounts, and you intend to show Instagram that these accounts will always be used with this proxy (or IP). Now, if you want to use the same accounts in our bot, what will happen and how should you keep the same IP for your desired account?
You probably know that Instagram is sensitive to IP changes, and if you change the IP of your system, it may ask you for authentication and this may cause you trouble.
We have considered the possibility of setting the proxies for accounts in introducing accounts to the bot (profile maker bot) from the beginning, and if you include the proxy for your account in the relevant settings, this bot (i.e. the profile maker bot) after introducing each account, would insert the related proxy for that account in the "Account Management" file automatically, so that whenever a bot wants to use that account, it will use the proxy or IP for that account so that its IP will always remain the same. In this situation, the IP of an account has never changed and Instagram will not ask you for authentication
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