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1.6m Group got banned for sharing a blogspot link..

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by hoeven, Jan 10, 2014.

  1. hoeven

    hoeven Regular Member

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    Don't share your blogspot site on your facebook if you wanna monetize it :S

    I posted sometimes,, like 3 in an hour, sometimes I removed the link and reposted but not many.. In 3 days it got deleted.

    The group had 1.6m members :S

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    Yup I lost my biggest income :S Fml..
     
  2. mickyfu

    mickyfu Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    The reason why I would never waste my time on Facebook groups or pages.
     
  3. ForceFed54

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    Doesn't matter what method you choose, they all have risks associated with them. Facebook bans you, YouTube bans you, Google drops you from SERPS, PPD/CPA companies drop you, there is ALWAYS a chance that you will lose everything you've worked for which is why most veterans on here preach "don't put all your eggs in one basket."

    Sucks to see that, did they tell you what rule you actually violated? I've never heard that you cant post a blogspot link on a fb page.
     
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  4. mickyfu

    mickyfu Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    True but not completely true, there is such thing as minimizing the risks, and Facebook is high risk. Over the past years I have cut out as many high risks as possible, I certainly would not put any effort into something I would consider high risk, ie Adsense.
     
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    Would you like to share some lower risk areas in your opinion?
     
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    How much were you making from it?
     
  7. Beven

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    1.6M.. I feel for ya bro!
     
  8. mickyfu

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    Anything which pays rev share, as even if your sites get hit, you are still making money. Things that cannot be taken off you like Facebook pages, groups, ebay accounts, PayPal accounts, blogger blogs, free hosting. You see even if one of your websites gets hit by the Google dictatorship, it does not make it useless, they will still bring in money from other search engines, a Facebook page which has been slapped by Facebook will not do this, it is gone and that is it, it is not even worth asking for a reconsideration.
     
  9. hoeven

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    Where would u invest time then to make money online?
     
  10. hoeven

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    Meh, i was still trying methods, I made my first blog, very rubbish (this one: http://princesasportuguesas.blogspot.pt/) and promoted pics on it using fakes, got like 27k views in 3 days.. about 12 euro cause the first 2 days I had only 1 add under the blog lmao, the last day I made 9 euro ..
     
  11. hoeven

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    Nop they didn't. Facebook is complete shit when it becomes at explaining why people get banend or answering to emails or any other shit -.-
     
  12. mickyfu

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    Your own website, use Facebook as traffic. Quite easy to get targeted traffic from Facebook, simply add people from niche groups as friends, and spam them. If you get the right niche, it is easy to make money from Facebook. You have to perfect your spam though, not just mindless spamming.

    I use it to spam casino offers, I don't do it as much now, just in my spare time if I am bored. If I was going to spam an offer, I would use five to six accounts, all with targeted friends, all with up to 5000 friends.

    Write your offer, make it look like it is aimed at one or two of your friends, then use the other friends accounts to comment on the offer, to make it look genuine, and not just mindless spamming. If people interact with the offer, more people will look at it.
     
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  13. hoeven

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    I got about 5 fakes 4 have 5k friends, 2 also have 5k followers, one 4k..

    How much can you get out of it using 5 fake accounts? And what do you exactly promote? A blog? A product? And where can you start?
     
  14. mickyfu

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    On Facebook, mostly no deposit casino offers. I would make a landing page on one of my sites, and spam Facebook with a link to it. By targeted for casino offers, I really mean just UK people, as most casinos do not accept Americans and other players, one casino which I promote a lot is SkyVegas, which only accepts UK players, they always have a £10 no deposit bonus, great for getting new players, although a little saturated due to always being advertised on TV.