We built The Full Browser Experience mainly for Facebook but we thought we should add it to the other social networks as well as it will make the accounts look more like normal users.
We got the idea from the Preserving Security in Belgium Article written by Alex Stamos the former Chief Security Officer (CSO) at Facebook, where he explained that a normal number of visited websites in the last 10 days is one of the biggest factors Facebook uses to differentiate between the real and fake users on Facebook:
“For example, if the datr cookie demonstrates that a browser has been visiting hundreds of sites in the last five minutes, that’s a pretty good indication we are dealing with a computer-controlled device (a bot).
On the flip side, consistent use over several days usually indicates that a browser is legitimate and should be able to access Facebook normally.
While we use this aggregated, statistical information about browsers for security, we thoroughly delete logs generated by the datr cookie after 10 days. People can delete the datr cookie and this associated information from their browser at any time.
Of course, the absence of history in the datr cookie reduces our ability to determine the legitimacy of a visit to our site, which means we will likely prompt for more information to help keep spammers out. These controls have been evaluated and validated repeatedly by the Irish Data Protection Commissioner.”
So make sure to set the tool to visit between 10 to 20 websites per day.
What does Full Browser Experience do:
So what the tool basically does is that it visits websites from a specific list that you provided and if those websites should have what we call:
- A Facebook pixel inside them and your account visit their website, it’s added to their list of visitors in their Facebook Ads custom audience and they can use it to re-target your account using Facebook Ads.
- One of Facebook Social Plugins and your account visit one of these websites, that visit is tracked and added to your dart cookie.
According to some Jarvee users, doing this helped with the ban rate for their Facebook accounts as the accounts look more normal. In the past, they had to manually do this by opening the embedded browser and visit different websites.
But now, everything can be done automatically through “Full Browser Experience” tool and the best part is you get to manage your time more efficiently.
How to access the Full Browser Experience tool:
To access Full Browser Experience tool, all you have to do is:
1- Go To Social Profiles section;
2- Click Actions next to the account you would like to use this tool for;
3- Click Go To Tools from the sub-actions.
Full Browser Experience tab:
Once you are inside your account tools, go to Full Browser Experience tab:
1- Use the Status toggle to stop/start the tool.
2- The Run Timers section is where you can control how fast you want the tool to operate, during which hours it should work and which days it should skip.
3- The Settings section is where you can limit the maximum of websites the tool should visit per hour or per day and how many seconds Jarvee should scroll down inside the visited page.
4- Websites to visit, as you can see, the tool already comes in with more than 30 websites and all of them have a Facebook tracking pixel and one of Facebook Social Plugins to make it easier for everyone. You can add your own websites there and to make sure that they have the pixel, you can use a Google Chrome add-on called “Facebook Pixel Helper 31”.
Once you have it installed, restart your Google Chrome and visit any website and click the little 2 arrows and you will be able to see if it have the pixel inside it or not:
As you can see Godaddy have one and we can go ahead and add it to the list of the websites we have there. Like that, you can add more websites and if you don’t have time to find them, don’t worry we will add more websites soon.
5- The Tokens section can be used to set search queries. For example, we can add websites to visit like this:
And add the tokens like this:
And Jarvee will randomly replace that token with the search query.
That would be all, now you can start the tool and let it do its magic.