If you've ever tried managing multiple social media accounts at the same time, you know that while it sounds simple in theory, it's not at all.
Most social media platforms don't allow you to operate multiple accounts at once, and some even limit your account when you try, which makes life hard, especially when you're running social media accounts on a larger scale.
However, if you want to run multiple social media accounts at the same time, there is a way to do it, which we'll cover in this article.
The problem with trying to run multiple accounts at the same time is that the platform doesn't provide that option. This means you can't switch between accounts as is. But what if each different browser window is a different account? For this, each open web window needs to have a different memory. That's where Lalicat antidetect browser comes in as a tool to spoof your browser fingerprint, allowing you to stay safe on the internet, but in this case, connect to multiple social media accounts at the same time.
Download Lalicat and install it.
Add a browser profile.
Choose your basic settings, such as operating system, system language, etc.
Configure the proxy IP.
Run browser profile.
This running Lalicat browser window allows you to log in to your account.
Repeat this for multiple accounts.
When you're done, make sure to save the profile with a name that indicates which account applies to which profile. If you have any problems setting up through Lalicat, you can always consult online customer service. When you want to go back to your social media accounts, just open your saved profile and you will have access to all those social media accounts at once.
However, there is a glaring problem with running multiple social media accounts at the same time, and not addressing them will result in them being throttled or blocked, which we'll discuss now.
If you've been logging in with different accounts on Facebook, unless each new web window is unique to each other, Facebook will say, "Wait, what's going on?" This is because platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have taken steps to prevent multiple accounts.
With the help of browser fingerprinting. Browser fingerprinting has its benefits as it helps protect your bank accounts, but it also enables platforms like Facebook to detect when multiple accounts are running simultaneously from one platform.
Browser fingerprinting (also known as device fingerprinting or online fingerprinting) refers to the tracking technology that websites use to collect information about you. Modern website features can identify a wealth of information about your device and browser, and when stitched together, this information forms your unique online "fingerprint." This fingerprint can then be traced back to you via the internet and different browsing sessions.
What exactly do fingerprints find? They can determine a lot about the device you're using, such as its operating system, your browser, the software installed on your device, your time zone, the language you're reading, whether you're using ads Blockers, your screen resolution, and color depth, any browser extensions you have installed, and more detailed tech specs about your graphics card, drivers, and more.
Imagine you want to identify a person in a crowd: you do this by listing their attributes and other defining characteristics. For example, you can describe someone as a woman with long blond hair, a white-collar red shirt, a gray skirt, black shoes, red lipstick, etc. With enough attributes, the woman is easy to identify even in the crowd.
Browser fingerprinting provides enough specific properties about your device and its settings to reliably identify you from a wide range of internet users. Likewise, browser fingerprinting provides enough specific attributes about your device and its settings to reliably identify you from a crowd, even a massive population of millions of internet users and billions of devices. In fact, device fingerprinting can be 90 to 99 percent accurate at identifying users.
Is online fingerprinting the same as tracking cookies? Cookies and fingerprinting are completely different. While digital fingerprints are a new concept to many, you may be more familiar with tracking cookies, which are also able to track you around the web.
One difference between fingerprinting and cookies is that the latter are regulated, which means that websites need to notify you and get your permission to use them. (These notifications are those annoying pop-ups you see on most websites.) Not so with digital fingerprinting, which happens silently without your knowledge or consent.
While you can delete cookies, you cannot delete browser fingerprints. Your fingerprint allows you to be identified as the same user when you revisit the website or visit other websites on the web that use fingerprinting. All in all, the information from your browsing activity can clearly reveal your online history, preferences, hobbies, and even life situation - it can recognize your identity pattern even if you are not logged in to a website or you use incognito or private browsing.
Lalicat antidetect browser doesn't kill browser fingerprinting. If so, not too many websites will work well. Instead, it spoofs browser fingerprinting. Facebook still gets its data, just wrong data. So all the multi-accounts you're running on will work. As for running social media accounts with Lalicat, you need to do two things to ensure multiple social media accounts are always active:
When creating Lalicat profiles for multiple social media accounts, you need to make sure that the settings are different between them. All accounts must have different browser fingerprints. At the same time, each account must have the same browser fingerprint as the last connection.
Lalicat antidetect browser will spoof everything a social media account might track, but not your IP address. This is where the connection to the proxy IP comes in. You can do this through Lalicat when setting up your profile. If you are already using proxy IP, that's great. If you don't have a ready-made proxy IP, Lalicat can also provide some proxy IP providers for you to select. That's how to run multiple social media accounts at the same time.
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