How to Create A Fake Facebook Account
Why a Fake?
It is a question I am often asked. Why would you ever want a fake account? To be honest, I have four facebook accounts. A real one, a fake one, the first fake one's sister, and a third fake account. The goal of having fake accounts is to make them realistic. Facebook does not like fake accounts and is known for deleting them. If your account even seems fake or if people are posting requests to the facebook office, your account will be deleted. In this hub are tips on how to create a good functioning fake account.
Creating A Fake Account
Every account on facebook must have a different email. No two accounts are allowed to share one email. So to have a new account, you must create a new email as well. Try to make a yahoo or gmail account. They are easy to make, only five minutes. Try to put the fake character's name into the email address. It seems more businesslike, realistic, and responsible.
For both the email and facebook account, you would have to come up with a name, birthday, place of birth, etc. Try to choose a unique name that is easy to remember or a name that means a lot to you. Pick a place you would love to visit or you wish you could live in. With the birthday, try to keep it in the same month of your own birthday. This way it is easier to remember.
A major point in having a productive fake account, is the main picture. Do you want to be appealing to others? Then get a picture that is appealing. Do you want a specific person to talk to you? Find out their type and find a picture like it. You want to get a photo that is easy to find more of. Do not make the person too plain. The best thing you can do is get multiple photos of the same person. Do not add all of them at once. Change the main photo once every four months. This way you can keep it up without searching frantically for a new photo for over a year.
The Character's History
When making a fake account, you have to focus on creating the person you will be portraying. Are you creating an individual for someone else to like? Are you creating an alter-ego? Think of the person who want to be. Remember though, sometimes it is good to be vague. You do not want to make it sound as if you are too easy.
- Job - Pick something you are knowledgeable about. Possibly something you have done before. Know the terminology, functions, and methods. Also focus on what shifts you should be working. Do not get online while "at work" or just tell them that you are supposed to be working. It all depends on the personality of your character.
- Education - Put the job that the character is doing in mind. What are the education requirements to be in their position? What college could they have gone to? Where they in any groups during college? Why were they interested in that area of education possibilities?
- Family - Do they have family or are they having issues with their family? If you want to save some time, claim the person is adopted or is having a fight with the family. If you want the page to look quite realistic, find someone else or just create another fake facebook account. One of the ways I have created my accounts to be realistic are that all of my fake accounts are linked through their history. Two are sisters while the other is a childhood friend.
- Friends - The best choice is to make another facebook account to be friends with the first fake account. You can make an interesting past this way and both accounts will have a lifelong friend. If not, your real account could be the fake accounts best friend. But if not, your other choice is to make new friends online.
Post new pictures of a purchase, your home, or your office every once in a while. Say every other month. This keeps everything appearing fresh, new, and real. Try to keep the same style: contemporary, fancy, frills, etc. Consistency in what you have is the best.
When writing to friends, try to have the same sayings. For example, "thanks!", "my pleasure", or "anytime". Again, consistency. You want to seem like the same person each time you get onto the account.