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Commenting as a page on other pages, comments not visible to others?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Ruzdija, Dec 13, 2015.

  1. Ruzdija

    Ruzdija Newbie

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    I was trying to get some followers on my fb page so I figured I will comment as my page on other large pages. I did that a few times, got some likes, but then I notice some of my comments disappear when I log out. I log back in and see the comments are still there. Does this mean my comments are invisible to others? The thing is, my comments only disappear on larger pages when I'm logged out (more than million followers), smaller pages still show my comments when I'm logged out? What is this bs? :)
    Also I commented from a fake account (I put a link of my page in a comment on another page), it disappears when I'm logged out but shows up when I'm logged in.
    Also, is this a good way to gain followers? Please anyone help! :)
     
  2. Pratham394

    Pratham394 Regular Member

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    I do not know. I admin a big page, and when I use mobile web, I see (1 comment) below the posts but when I click to view it, I don't find it. This is something of Mark Zuckerberg's genius, no doubt.
     
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  3. Ruzdija

    Ruzdija Newbie

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    Yes indeed, that's what I noticed too.
     
  4. russian racket

    russian racket Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Yeah, facebook really hiding some comments if trey are looking similar or you are posting them too quick. There are some limits, but i can't say what exactly they are. But i already faced with it.