Now that you’ve decided on a niche, we can create the account and therefore a profile.
The process of creating your account varies greatly depending on what you want to achieve. If you only want to create a single account, you can sign up through the regular Instagram app on your smartphone or tablet. However, if you plan to create multiple (5 or more) accounts (for example, to create a network of accounts), you have several options. First of all, you need to understand that creating and using multiple accounts from a single internet connection is very suspicious in Instagram’s eyes and it’s more likely that they will restrict or most likely block your account.
You can easily get around this by either using existing and older accounts or by creating them yourself across different devices and IPs. If you don’t want to spend money or have a low budget, I recommend just creating them yourself. Depending on how many accounts you create, it can get pretty time-consuming though.
It might look something like this:
The image above shows how Instagram sees your account when you don’t use a proxy, and why that’s a bad idea. Below you can see how Instagram sees your account when you use proxies.
It’s best if you use one IP per account. But you can also experiment and create multiple accounts. Otherwise, I recommend you use a proxy. It’s also important to mention that Instagram is stricter about creating accounts in some countries than others. In Germany, France, the US, Japan and some other countries you won’t be blocked as fast as for example in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan or Morocco. This is mainly because these methods are used very often in these countries.
Every account needs an email address and a phone number for verification. It is important that the accounts are verified, otherwise, it can lead to a block very quickly. How and where you get the sim cards depends on your country. Email addresses can be created very quickly by yourself.