New Incoming Residential ISP’s

This week IAPS is awaiting deliveries of networks from the following residential isp’s:

Egypt (TE Data)

Cambodia (Cambodia Telecom)

Slovakia (Slovak Telecom)

Georgia (Caucasus Online)

We will issue another announcement when these networks have been delivered and are ready to go.

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A Common Sense Guide for Facebook Ad Account Farmers

This facebook ad account farming tutorial is based on a best practices scenario. It is by no means an exclusive or guaranteed road to success, but rather a collective guide based on several conversations I have had with multiple professional facebook ad account farming clients as well as common sense guidelines that I have also thrown in myself after a decade of being a network administrator and vetting my own clients. This is by no means an exclusive guide, but every attempt was made to include the most relevant information possible.

1.) Step 1: Never use gmail, hotmail, yahoo, or other free mail providers. These mail services have long been played out and they do not make you look professional at all. Take the time to setup some of your own domains, host them in various jurisdictions around the world (if you plan on farming hundreds to thousands of accounts). The domain your running your email accounts through does make a difference. Continuing to use free mail is not a good idea.

2.) Step 2: Disposable phone numbers: A very good majority of facebook farmers get a one-time disposable phone number per account, use it once and then throw it away. This is a bad idea. The cost of a disposable number is very low, so its not a good idea to get rid of them so quickly. At another point in time facebook may decide to call that number again to either re-verify the account, or to inquire about suspicious activity on the account. If you’ve already gotten rid of that number, you just threw that account away needlessly.

Best Phone Number Source: https://www.buydidnumber.com/

3.) Step 3: Profile Types: I have heard from numerous professional farmers that creating mobile profiles far exceeds the success rate of normal computer-made (think dekstop/laptop) accounts. There is a handy professional level tool out there called BlueStacks Tweaker 3.1 that can simulate any mobile phone produced in modern times. This is the tool you will need for your computer to create hundreds to thousands of mobile profiles. Once you create a mobile facebook profile, you will need to keep it this way and never switch it. Google that piece of software to find it.

4.) Step 4: Remote Desktops: Believe it or not, remote desktops (clean ones) are critical in this venture. A lot of marketers try to cheat this by creating multiple browser “profiles” or incognito browsers. This is not nearly as good as you think it is. Look at the sheer logic behind it: 100-1000 accounts all created in the same city with the same browser version and string as well as the same exact operating system. How well do you think thats going to work on facebook? Not any more. Facebook isn’t that stupid. A fresh remote desktop (using an end-user operating system like Windows 7, Windows 8, 8.1, and 10, and NOT server operating systems like Server 2008 or 2012. Using server operating system based remote desktops, like those used through Amazon’s cloud services is just a retarded and very stupid way of farming and it will get you caught up. Maybe not today, or tomorrow, but rest assured it will come. It is very important that you use end-user operating systems on your remote desktops. Do not just solely depend on simple browser-addons to do this for you.

5.) Step 5: IP Addresses: At least 98% of you are still depending on data center ip addresses. Yes, they may have worked in the past, but they rarely do now. What worked last month won’t necessarily continue to work. If you are a serious farmer, you should only be using residential class ip addresses. Why farm an account for a few months only to lose it eventually because you used a data center ip address? Long-term farmers already know they value of residential ip addresses and it is a best practice scenario if you plan on being a successful farmer. Investing in your farm early is the best key rather than chancing it, putting in the time and the effort to farm it, and then lose your accounts to something as retarded as using a data center ip address. A popular myth amongst most farmers that deem themselves “experts” is the belief that an account can only have a single dedicated ip address for the life of an account. This is purely an old wives tale and just a myth. It simply isn’t true and doesn’t fit into reality, as most devices connected to the internet these days are mobile devices and their ip addresses change several times a day, either when we connect to wifi spots or when being mobile and jumping from cell tower to cell tower. So having multiple ip’s per day doesn’t pose a significant risk to a farmers accounts.

Residential Proxies by The Thousands: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=30

Residential Standalone/Dedicated Proxies: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=26

6.) Step 6: Location: Try not to create accounts in cities you know are already saturated by other marketers. These locations are commonly: Miami, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, New York City, San Jose, Philadelphia, basically all the top 20 major metropolises in the United States. Medium sized and smaller cities serve the same purpose and yield the same power as the major cities do, but are not saturated like the major ones are. Too many marketers in the same cities is just not believable.

7.) Step 7: Payment Methods: This is the trickiest section of all. The best payment methods are generally credit/debit cards from real banks that are local to the city where the facebook account was created. PayPal is the alternative method, but its not recommended at all as its not feasible to be able to create thousands of PayPal accounts. Its possible, but many folks don’t have the resources for it. So stick to locally issued credit/debit cards when possible. It is highly recommended to stay away from pre-paid cards as most are easily recognizable for facebook security analysts.

Common sense plays a large role in this. Think if the role was reversed and you were the facebook security analyst. What would you be looking for? How easy would it be to spot a farmed account? If you can think of possible ways, so can they. And they are trained to spot them. So if you think there is a weak link in your setup, there just might be.

For those of you that can’t seem to do the work yourself and depend on bots to do it for you, re-think that strategy as well. Its very easy to time in milliseconds what a user has done. Automated bots do things such as posting, uploading, browsing, friend requests, etc all in fractions of seconds. Any facebook systems designed to watch this can spot your bot a mile away. Although time consuming, it is always better to do it by hand. Its your job as a farmer to take care of your farm by manually farming it, not by trying to take short cuts. Your short cut could be your downfall.

Planning Ahead – This is a critical thing to do. Pick your niche and stay within that niche. Make sure your normal daily activity, your postings, your links, and most other things that you post about pertain to your future marketing niches. If the site you plan to promote in the future is based on flowers, then stick to flower topics on your normal postings, talk about gardening and nurseries, etc. Do not get off-topic and links that you post normally should point to the website that you intend for advertising in the near future. This is how you build up trust with facebook.

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IAPS Releases New Tiscali (Italy) Broadband Server Fleet

On Monday September 28, 2015 IAPS will release a brand new fleet of Tiscali residential broadband servers. The new fleet will replace the older generations of Italian fleet servers with the exception of Telecom Italia fleet servers. The IAPS Italian flagship networks will continue to be Telecom Italia and Tiscali residential broadband networks.

https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=15

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Alexa Ranking – No Tools, No Programs, No Tricks! Even Granny can do it!

Most noobs want to know how they rank their blogs and other web properties on Alexa. 99% of them in the blackhat world are looking for magical programs and scripts to do it. But thats all a waste of time. There are no programs out there that will reliably and effectively boost your Alexa ranking. Most of the programs that I’ve seen lately were made in 2006 and before and are just junk programs without any value.

However Alexa itself has already given you the answer. They have provided a platform for all your traffic to be counted. Every single visitor to your website or blog can be counted if you just knew how to do about it. There are no tricks or nothing blackhat needed either. For a mere $10 USD per month, you can get your website certified and after that 100% of the visitors to your website are counted by Alexa whether they have the toolbar or not. Thus there is no reason for anyone to seek out those old ass programs that claim to rank Alexa.

Once your website or blog is certified by Alexa, the only thing you have to worry about is driving traffic to your website. There are numerous ways to do that as well. Imagine, with the right amount of traffic, your website or blog can be ranked in the top 25k in just under 21 days from now. Proof of concept? I’ve already done it:

http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/intl-alliance.com

As of today, September 14, 2015 I rank 11,787 on Alexa’s global ranking scale. I didn’t have to use tricks, programs, or anything else to get there either. What value does my ranking have? I could probably get an advertising contract with any company on the planet. Are my top traffic countries junk countries? Of course not. My top 3 ranking countries are Canada, United States, and United Kingdom. Those are premium countries that will allow me to secure advertising contracts with any major company.

What kind of traffic stats did I have for yesterday? Have a look here:

https://gyazo.com/cf3a8537878c49722cdcf0cb4d3e9a6b

Did I use known traffic providers or sites like likesplanet.com? Most certainly not. Why? Because places like that are known. Their ip’s are worn out to all hell. Their traffic hitting your site probably won’t count. So what did I do? I built up a huge network of servers that drives draffic 24 hours a day. Traffic from where you say? Google, Bing, Yahoo, AOL, Ask, Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, and a couple more high profile places. Was the traffic real? Of course not. Simulated, but simulated in a way that made it perfect traffic. Perfect traffic always has a proper referrer, visits multiple pages on the website, and stays on each page nearly 2 minutes or more.

How much traffic per day will get you an 11,000 ranking on Alexa? I’m sending between 100,000 to 175,000 unique visitors per day. How many backlinks did I build to make my traffic legitimate to Alexa? Just over 5,000. How long did that take? 3 days. Can backlinks be made for specific websites catered to your niche? Of course. Can nearly everything for Alexa be customized? Of course.

If Alexa is important for your needs, as it still serves many purposes other than seo, then this guide should put you on the right path to obtaining your desired ranking and how to go about it. If you need the kind of traffic I mentioned in this guide, find me on skype and we can discuss it. Other than that, you should now know what to do to rank on Alexa with little effort.

If you don’t have the time, or simply don’t want to bother building your own traffic army, we can take charge of your traffic needs and rank you according to exactly what you want. Our rates are as follows:

50,000 Alexa Ranking (Per Month): $79 USD
40,000 Alexa Ranking (Per Month): $99 USD
30,000 Alexa Ranking (Per Month): $149 USD
20,000 Alexa Ranking (Per Month): $199 USD
10,000 Alexa Ranking (Per Month): $299 USD
5,000 Alexa Ranking (Per Month): $500 USD

You will need to contact us on skype personally to discuss this offer and the particulars of your website properties: iaps_support (IAPS Administrative Support).

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RCN Cable (U.S.) joins the IAPS Residential VPN Program!

RCN Cable, a residential cable internet service provider in the United States is the newest provider added to the IAPS Residential VPN Service Program. We will continue to add residential vpn connections from around the world as they become available. You are able to view our other residential countries and residential vpn services here: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php

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VPN Reviewers, Affiliates, & Resellers

Greetings,

This is a statement for all vpn provider review sites, affiliates, and vpn resellers:

During the last quarter of 2014, and going into 2015 and the future, IAPS Security Services, L.L.C. is changing the game of normal vpn providers as we are switching over to residential internet service providers and pulling out of traditionl data centers that are easily recognized as server farms.

During the course of nearly 8 years now, we’ve seen numerous examples of vpn surfers being blocked by gaming sites, national tv streaming sites, forums, communities, social networks, poker sites, etc, etc. We believe the answer to this is providing these surfers with residential ip addresses and residential vpn’s, remote desktops, and sshv2 tunnel services.

If a network administrator of a gaming website or a tv streaming website can only see a residential ip address from the surfer, then blocking that surfer is not likely to happen.

As pioneers in this industry, as something like this has never been offered before by public vpn providers, we’d like to take this opportunity to invite our vpn review sites to test our residential networks. Our residential vpn networks, remote desktops, and sshv2 tunnels are comprised of the following:

Andorra (Residential ISP: Servei de Telecomunicacions d’Andorra)
Argentina (Residential ISP: Gigared, S.A.)
Brazil (Residential ISP: CTBC / Algar Telecom)
Canada (Residential ISP: Bell Canada)
Chile (Residential ISP: GTD Internet, S.A.)
China (Residential ISP: China Telecom)
Costa Rica (Residential ISP: Radiografica Costarricense)
Hungary (Residential ISP: Invitel Tavkozlesi Zrt.)
India (Residential ISP: Tata Communications)
Israel (Residential ISP: Bezeq International)
Italy (Residential ISP: Telecom Italia)
Italy (Residential ISP: Tiscali)
Italy (Residential ISP: KPNQ West Italia)
Mexico (Residential ISP: Iusacell)
New Zealand (Residential ISP: Voyager Internet, Ltd.)
Norway (Residential ISP: Altibox)
Panama (Residential ISP: Cable Onda)
Romania (Residential ISP: RCS & RDS)
Singapore (Residential ISP: Tata Communications)
Slovenia (Residential ISP: Tusmobil, D.O.O.)
South Africa (Residential ISP: Mweb)
Taiwan (Residential ISP: Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd.)
United Arab Emirates (Residential ISP: Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Co.)

These are the networks we have acquired so far, with new ones being added on a weekly basis. We fully invite our reviewers to complementary test accounts so they can have a more personal experience to share with their readers and potential clients. We also offer affiliate options as well, at 25% of each clients total purchase price, with recurring options available.

If you are a vpn review website owner, vpn reseller, or looking for an affiliate deal for the world’s first residential vpn networks, please use the following contact information to get in touch with us:

Skype: iaps_support
Email: admin@intl-alliance.com
jared@iaps.pro

Thank you for your time today. 🙂

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Residential VPN, Remote Desktops, & SSHv2 Tunnels

Greetings Folks,

As we move into 2015 and a new year, the IAPS Residential VPN Program will become stronger and stronger in the coming year. As of now, we have 20+ residential networks in a wide variety of countries and we will continue to expand our coverage areas. In the coming year we will start shutting down our data center networks and implementing full residential stealth networks that will provide you with vpn services, remote desktops, and sshv2 tunnel services.

It is our goal to make our clients completely undetectable while they are using any of our services. The only way to achieve this is to get out of data centers and into the realm of genuine local internet service providers. In this way, we can hide the fact that folks are on vpn and related services. Any other network administrators that sees your ip address now will believe you are a local user on a residential isp in whatever country you have through us. And this is exactly what we’re working night and day to achieve.

Our residential network services are especially handy to those of you that are expat tv streamers located in foreign countries that wish to watch geo-blocked tv while physically located in another country, as well as all of you that are involved in online poker, ip based games, flag collector communities, etc, etc.

For those folks that like remote desktops, we are already deploying Windows 10 systems. Although Windows 10 is still in beta, it is very reliable and 10 times faster in terms of response time than Windows 8.1 and includes the Windows 7 start menu button by default. Microsoft may have well gotten it right this time. 🙂

From today, December 28, 2014 through December 31, 2014 we will be heavily discounting residential remote desktop services utilizing Windows 10 operating systems. If you are interested in this promotion, you will need to contact Jared directly through skype: iaps_support and speak with him regarding what deals are available for these systems. The following residential remote desktop systems will be available for this discounted period:

Argentina (Residential ISP: Gigared, S.A.)
Brazil (Residential ISP: CTBC / Algar Telecom)
Canada (Residential ISP: Bell Canada)
Chile (Residential ISP: GTD Internet, S.A.)
Costa Rica (Residential ISP: Radiografica Costarricense)
India (Residential ISP: Tata Communications)
Israel (Residential ISP: Bezeq International)
Italy (Residential ISP: Telecom Italia)
Italy (Residential ISP: Tiscali)
Italy (Residential ISP: KPNQ West Italia)
Mexico (Residential ISP: Iusacell)
New Zealand (Residential ISP: Voyager Internet, Ltd.)
Norway (Residential ISP: Altibox)
Panama (Residential ISP: Cable Onda)
Singapore (Residential ISP: Tata Communications)
Slovenia (Residential ISP: Tusmobil, D.O.O.)
South Africa (Residential ISP: Mweb)
Taiwan (Residential ISP: Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd.)
United Arab Emirates (Residential ISP: Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Co.)

Residential VPN Services: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=15
Residential Remote Desktops: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=17
Residential SSHv2 Tunnels: https://www.intl-alliance.com/store/cart.php?gid=18

As always, if you have any questions or comments, please let us know. Thank you.

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