How to WARM-UP new and old Facebook accounts.

Updated on February 14th, 2022

Warming-up is to perform activities in your Facebook account like a real person using the account for personal usage, to share and communicate with friends, and it increases your account’s trust level.

In all cases, no matter if you created a new Facebook account or you bought an aged Facebook account which has been sleeping for a long time, you need to warm-up your account before joining groups, creating new pages, browse in Marketplace, or delivering ads. To warm-up, you must do daily usual activity like a real user. We advise to do it for at least 30 minutes every day (begin with a few minutes on the first day and gradually increase to 30 minutes after one/two weeks). Use common sense and think about what you would do with your personal account, or what you see others use to do. We advice to perform these actions (this is not a sequence to follow, but a list of advised actions to warm-up the account):

  • Like pages. Do not like pages on the first day. Few in the first week, and increase gradually.
  • Don’t join any group first days, until your account is warmed-up for a few days (about one week). Once your trust level is higher, it’s good if you join 2-3 groups.
  • Fill your profile’s info and upload pictures at your profile, banner, featured, photos, etc, few ones at first, increases gradually. Tag them as yourself after 2-3 days, not the first day.
  • Add friends slowly and only from your location. Most people use to have more than 80% of their friends living in the same city, so you should add between 200 and 500 friends, with at least 80% living in your same city. Be careful, start adding only a few friends at the beginning (1-2 friends), and only increase your friend requests as your trust level grows. Don’t try to add friends on the first day, or you could be locked. Best option is to begin following people (don’t send friend requests, only Follow), and increase softly, gradually. After some days (3-4 days) you can begin to add friends from the same location, gradually. We recommend searching for professional people in the location in which you set the profile, (real estaters, writers, repairers, lawyers, store or service owners ….) people that usually won’t reject our friend requests because it is good for their jobs to increase the number of followers.
  • Play games, preferentially those your friends play. But don’t try to do it the first day, wait at least 1-2 days to begin to play.
  • Browse your friend’s timelines.
  • React to their posts, photos, videos, etc., comment on them, and get your comments answered.
  • Watch videos on your home page or your friends timelines.
  • Post text, feelings, pictures, videos, news, anything, and get them reacted to by your friends. Get them comment and reply to their comments. Tag them in your photos if you think they won’t reject the tags. Begin with 1-2 posts/day and increase them gradually.
  • Share anything in your timeline, from your homepage or friends timelines.
  • Chat with your friends. Not just send a few messages. Get your message replied, reply to it again, etc. Non answered messages sent do increase trust level (or even decrease it if you sent too many unreplied messages) but conversations with friends increase trust level a lot.

It’s better to have all activity and friends located most on same location than yourself (matching both: city in your info, and matching the place where Facebook geolocates your IP (shown in settings/security).

Also, it’s not about warming, but verifying a phone (settings/mobile) is highly very recommended in all cases. Phone should be private and should be accessible for the whole life of your Facebook account, or you could lose your account forever if you are asked to re-verify the phone and you have no more access to it (for this reason you should not buy PVA with no accessible phones). If you do not have any phone available, you can buy one from, our phones are private and long life.

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