Instazood is a bot that’s, as its name suggests, specifically designed for Instagram. It helps boost the instagram accounts of users by automating tasks such as liking/commenting on posts or following/unfollowing other accounts. Instazood has a lot of features that provide users customization options to fit Instazood to their needs.
Instagram, and other social media platforms, have strict restrictions against the use of bots on their website. If Instagram detects that you’re using a bot, it would immediately ban your account and blacklist your IP address from accessing Instagram again.
To prevent this from happening to you when using Instazood, you need to also use an Instazood proxy. A proxy will handle all of your web requests so any website you visit will only be able to see the IP address of the proxy server. By continuously rotating proxies, Instagram will think that Instazood’s requests come from genuine users and not just from a single location.
Let’s set up an Instazood proxy server.
How To Use Proxies With Instazood
Step 1. Open Instazood and click on the Settings icon.
Step 2. On Account Settings, turn on Use proxy for this account.
Step 3. Click on Your proxy if you use proxies from a different proxy provider.
Step 4. Now, input your proxy server’s IP address and Port number.
Step 5. Select which Proxy type you want to use.
Step 6. If required, enter your proxy’s username and password.
Step 7. Click on Test proxy if you want to check if the proxies aren’t blocked.
Step 8. Click on Save.
Congratulations! You have successfully set up an Instazood proxy server when you want to automate Instagram tasks.