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can facebook ban my original profile if i use a cpa offer on a fan page?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by iamok22, Mar 26, 2010.

  1. iamok22

    iamok22 Regular Member

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    can facebook ban my original profile if i use a cpa offer on a fan page? well...
    i am making a facebook fan page and it will be the classic page with steps 1-2-3
    then it will send people to a cpa landing page.

    i am a little worried to create this fan page from my original facebook account.
    can facebook ban my profile if my fan page breaks their rules?

    i am new on facebook....so another question: is my kind of fan page(the one i explained above) breaking their rules?


    ps:
    in the case the page i descrived above is against their rules and they can ban my profile too should i open my fan page using a fake profile then?

    and if i use a fake profile...how to do for the verification process after 10000 fans are reached?
     
  2. Megalodon

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    For this type of CPA offer page, your account will most likely get disabled within a few days.In general, fb allows you to create a group with your normal personal profile account but when you create a page, you should make an account for your "website/brand".That type of account only requires your e-mail id, you don't need to enter your name or create a personal profile.If this confuses you, pm me and I will try to explain better.
     
  3. amazonian76

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    From what I hear you will ONLY get banned if its a FREE offer and you are stating its a free offer. For example, if its free ipaid, or get a free pair of panties from VS or whatever.
     
  4. Mjordan

    Mjordan Power Member

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    I have a question and I think it will help the OP as well, so I'll ask it here.

    I'm planning on making some fan pages also. The only account that I have is my personal one. I definitely don't want my personal account banned. So is it safe to use this account for fan pages, or should I create more accounts and use different IP's?
     
  5. Megalodon

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    It's not recommended to use personal profile accounts for page creation (only for groups).You need to make a new account when creating the page (it only requires your e-mail address).Once your page is done, leave the account as it is, don't click "create your profile" because that will create a personal profile and we are back where we started.With this type of "basic account" you will be able to manage the page and pass the validation process (if you keep it clean at least until that point).
     
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  6. deafbizz

    deafbizz Newbie

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    Right, let me make it clear...you are saying that fb will ban you if you give out free offers?

    I send fans to my magazine blog where I have free offers in banners and (they are just sitting there) I never direct them to that offer... just to my news/gossip posts. So am I safe?
     
  7. Mjordan

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    Thanks so much for that answer man that's what I've been looking for!
     
  8. dishnetboi

    dishnetboi Power Member

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    Wait so do you want to do your fan pages all on separate proxies too? Or just the accounts you use to gather friends?

    If so, do you want your fan page to be on the same proxies as some of your friend gathering accounts?