Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by maxgoals, Dec 11, 2013.
any idea to bypass the automatic system of facebook to catch spammy links
I too wish I knew a method..
You might need to buy a new domain name.
The key is making sure you don't spam your link on too many flagged accounts, or a flagged IP.
I noticed with my new domain I bought, I posted it several times through a fake account with a proxy and it worked fine, but as soon as I posted it on my ip with a fake account, the domain got flagged.
Honestly though, I've found that when running adult offers, the link spam detector doesn't make a huge difference in my outcome.
When my links aren't flagged as spam, I just get alot more clicks, and maybe a few extra conversions.
When my links are flagged as spam, I get less clicks, but usually the same amount of conversions (or at least it seems)
Cloak your URLs.
pass it and you'll be banned
I use my subdirectory on spamming.
I'm just redirecting them to the affiliate link using the header.
If your domain has been marked as spam by facebook, it will not be lifted.
So i only use subdirectory so that facebook will just ban that subdirectory. if they did , ill just create another subdirectory with the same file as the recent subdirectory i used on spam.
that's a good idea mate, sorry for noob english
I will try this (y)
I had this issue before. however after days of searching and searching, finally I find a Method of how to by pass facebook spam filter. It never failed me until now. I can post any links(even it has being blocked by facebook) to facebook without any issue.
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When you guys say you're links are marked as spam, are you making an assumption based on uncharacteristic-like reach? Or are you actually receiving a warning message somewhere from Facebook saying that your link is spam?
How do you do this?
you can try asking fb to let you post your link again as you don't know what happened but your site is legit - sometimes it works but it's not a permanent solution.
apart from that, clickable image links also work, it will basically post a link to another website that will redirect the user to your own site, but facebook will not see the final link.
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