Tips for nurturing and marketing a new Facebook account:
Joining a group with a new account，try to add public groups with a large number of members as much as possible.
It is recommended to join no more than 3 groups per day with a new account, and it is better to add 1-2 groups recommended by Facebook.
Try not to use newly harvested accounts to perform the task of adding groups.
Use a clean IP and avoid changing the IP every time you go online to log in to your account, in order to avoid logging in and out repeatedly.
You can buy some Facebook accounts with email passwords, which makes it easier to recover them if they are banned.
Please don't add too many friends or send friend requests to a large number of strangers, or join too many groups at once on a new Facebook account, as this can be considered as machine-like behavior and result in your account being blocked. Also, forwarding some stiff advertising content may be reported by other users and result in your account being blocked.
Do not frequently switch the language of your Facebook page, as it may result in your account being blocked by the official authority.
It is recommended to incubate a new Facebook account for about a week to increase its account weight before performing tasks on it. (For instructions on using software to incubate an account, please refer to: Nurturing)