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Cloaking or Redirecting in Facebook Ads

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by BlackFire, Apr 13, 2011.

  1. BlackFire

    BlackFire Newbie

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    Does anyone know here how people are getting away with redirecting or cloaking with Facebook Ads?

    I see offers that must be working (I keep seeing them) and they definitely don't go to the display URL. I don't know how Facebook is not catching this, but I would like to do it myself.

    Any ideas as to how to stay under the radar here.

    Thanks in advance for your insight.

    Best,
    Mike
     
  2. BlackFire

    BlackFire Newbie

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    Anyone...thanks :)
     
  3. ~divinci

    ~divinci Registered Member

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    well how do you think? simple IP redirection would work.. I dont think Facebook employees will be checking these adverts using Scottish IP addresses :)

    Where are these adverts taking you to? Are they all dating??
     
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  4. Serpent

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    Ive been searching for this too and no one wants to tell...hahaha even this guy who supposedly has the answer gives no details on how to set it up...so if anyone knows the answer to how to do this for free please tell......hxxp://affiliateplex.com/tools/facebook-cloaker/

    Or else I I have heard of paid services too...but its always better to get if free.