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Anyone ever use their domain email for facebook accounts?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by ClownBaby, Jan 18, 2010.

  1. ClownBaby

    ClownBaby Power Member

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    like it is just quicker than gmail if you ask me.

    you get free email web and popemail with hosting so i just do it that way. easy to do.
     
  2. DJJack

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    Yes i have used a number of my domains as extensions like dave@mywebsite.co.uk or whatever. Has anyone ever had their domain extension blacklisted though? I think that happened to me once, and then i could not sure email addresses from that domain and said it wasn't a valid address.
     
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    I have 56 domains and...56 facebook accounts. Never had a problem.
     
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    Sometimes. Take Affiliate Networks for example.

    Approval is much quicker with email@domain.com than it is with email@gmail.com

    Never used it on facebook, but with a lot of accounts on Twitter.
     
  6. DJJack

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    Yes, that is true, i got approved faster by simply them seeing me using my domain. I have also used it on twitter. Such a poor account verification system! Not even an email confirm.