How to use Multilogin for agencies
- Learn how agencies managing multiple advertising or e-commerce accounts can protect against account bans
- Find out the best ways to streamline your agency’s processes for working efficiently and safely with multiple teams on one account
For agencies, being able to manage multiple unique accounts for multiple different clients – and to be able to share them across team members – is essential. And yet, it can seem the odds are stacked against you, whether you’re managing adverts, e-commerce stores or more. If platforms like Google or Facebook detect a link between different accounts, they can be instantly shut down, despite being managed together for legitimate reasons.
So how can you overcome these barriers and manage multiple accounts without getting banned? Find out below how Multilogin helps you do just that.
How Multilogin helps agencies
Separated browser environments
Create and manage thousands of completely separated virtual browser profiles that do not leak data, history or information between each other
Native browser fingerprints
Rather than suspiciously blocking sites from reading your fingerprint, Multilogin replaces it with a completely native new one that appears as a genuine separate device
Automate manual processes
Use automation to quickly create, change and delete accounts in bulk, carry out manual routine tasks, manage ads and more
One-click account creation
Scale fast by creating an account in a matter of seconds, and use tools such as CookieRobot to build your account history automatically
Specialist, multilingual support
Enjoy in-app live chat support in English, Russian and Chinese and over 60 specialist written and video guides in our Knowledge Base
In depth: How can agencies manage the risk of running multiple accounts?
What are the key factors for agencies with multiple accounts?
For most agencies, the two elements you need the most when handling client accounts are security and shareability. You need to be able to assure clients that their accounts are protected as far from possible against account bans, but you also need to be able to share access to those accounts across a team using multiple devices and possibly in multiple locations.
What is a fingerprint made up of?
As we cover in our brief introduction, it would be almost impossible to name every element that makes up a browser fingerprint in a short space, but it is essentially a sum-up of broad and granular details, from your hardware specs, geolocation and IP address through to your browser history, plugins and fonts you have on your system, and more.
What causes bans when you’re managing multiple accounts?
If you know you need to be able to assure your clients of account stability, you need to know what causes account suspensions. The most common cause is when they are flagged as suspicious due to certain inconsistencies in their browser fingerprint or behavior. This is particularly problematic for agencies, as you’re likely accessing the same account from different devices to your client, and different devices within your team – and this means you’ve a different fingerprint. At the same time, your device with your fingerprint is also accessing other accounts from other clients, making them appear as if they’re linked together and an attempt to run multiple accounts on the same platform. All this adds up to a big red flag for the likes of Facebook or Google.
How do you protect against bans?
This is where Multilogin comes in. As we explain in our product section above, Multilogin allows your agency to create 100s or even 1,000s of virtual browser profiles. These profiles all have their own, completely native fingerprint, meaning they appear to platforms as separate devices. What’s more, they can be shared virtually with team members, meaning that when your colleagues access profiles, they do so with the same browser fingerprint.
As Aakash from Fubee Media tells us below, stabilizing accounts by working with Multilogin has helped to produce an ROI of 20-25%.