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Domains get blocked very fast by Facebook

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by AnnSo, May 10, 2016.

  1. AnnSo

    AnnSo Newbie

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    Some of the domains I post on FB get the FB warning "you are leaving Facebook..." after being postet just one time to my dashbord. I asign a brand new domain per profile, I use just one proxy per profile and the domain has just posted ones b4 it gets the warning and can't be auto-posted any more (cause it gets a capture if you try to post it). At the domains I put the landings in an Iframe behind a php/java shortener - so there is no way FB can "read" the real landing behind. Has someone familiar problems and a way to solve them?

    Here is an example of the domains we use:

    dimaria.xyz


    Basically it is a normal landing - at the button we did put a smarturl.it link to cloack, under the smarturl.it link is our adserver link which than leads to the final landings depending on geo, device....

    So long speech short: we need a way to post domains save on Facebook without having them banned after just one post.
     
  2. islandman1010

    islandman1010 Elite Member

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    There has been quite a lot of people saying xyz domains will get banned at once by FB. Maybe experiment with a different domain extension
     
  3. dardan.ar

    dardan.ar Junior Member

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    Try to post on related groups with your domain , post a image and include the link in the description and dont post only the link and u will minimize the risk of getting banned.
    I do this for my domains for a year and I dont have this problem.
     
  4. Inception_AC

    Inception_AC Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    well for a start, a nake women came up on my screen! which is an immediate red flag by facebook!
     
  5. AnnSo

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    That is really strange...on the landing are three girls in Bikinis....

    Regarding the post with a picture: the thing is: I don't post links to groups at all. I post them only on the personal profile walls. In the groups I only post group related stuff without any links...
     
  6. Bleght

    Bleght BANNED BANNED

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    Is it possible that Facebook can detect your iframe cloaking and treat the domain as suspicious because of that? I'm sure they would if they could, the question whether they can.