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Best way to cloak URL for FB ads?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by jtathax, Feb 11, 2011.

  1. jtathax

    jtathax Newbie

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    I keep getting my FB ad accounts banned and I think I need to cloak my url better. I've been using tiny.ly and getting a new url each time, but am still getting banned. What is the best method to cloak my url so that FB doesn't ban my accounts?
     
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    jtathax Newbie

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    Thanks, I'll try that.

    After I get signed up, do I want it to open my site in a frame, or can it just redirect to my site? Curious for analytics, I want the traffic to my site preferably, unless that will ban me.
     
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    jtathax Newbie

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    Got that up, do I need to have Cloaking on? Sorry for the dumb question, I would prefer it to show my actual URL and not the cloaked version, but will FB be able to detect that? Thanks.
     
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    Have you tried purchasing a .info domain leading to a squeeze page and embedding your tracking pixels etc?

    Personally, I find FB ads to be very hit and miss when it comes to ad approval.
     
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    ebiz2000 Newbie

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    thanks. nice post. Worth a shot