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Facebook ad account banned. Now what? Do they blacklist the site?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by 2DHades, Oct 4, 2014.

  1. 2DHades

    2DHades Power Member

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    I know for sure that when you get banned on Facebook ad system, the account and the credit card cannot be used anymore.

    But what about the website? If I manage to get a new account with new credit card, will they block the new account as its will be advertising for the same website?

    Any other solutions? I haven't messed up big time or doing anything way out of line.... maybe try to contact someone to fix the account?


    P.S. At this point cloaker is not an option.

    Thanks a lot!
     
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  2. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    Think of it this way. If someone is constantly spamming your site and you ban them, will it be smart on their side to change username, the way they post but keep the same ip address? Wouldn't it be easier for you to ban them because you can tell from the logs that it's coming from the same ip address? ;)
     
  3. BigMoneyyy

    BigMoneyyy Power Member

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    Buy a new domain. If you create a new account and advertise your blacklisted domain, facebook will detect it and you will get banned again.
     
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  4. redrubies

    redrubies Supreme Member

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    Just make the ads go to your fb page. From my experience, it works better than having the ads go directly to your website anyway.
     
  5. 2DHades

    2DHades Power Member

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    The website is an established business with Radio advertisement signed for the next 6 months. I guess buying a new domain won't work that well... Also the current domain is unbelievably good for the niche.
     
  6. 2DHades

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    This is a great and simple solution. Thank you very much! I've done this once, and I noticed CPC really goes down on this. Would you like getting in touch over Skype?
     
  7. SeoElf

    SeoElf BANNED BANNED

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    Yeah but dont forget when you post to your facebook page they have lowered the reach these days.
     
  8. K.H.R

    K.H.R Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    There is chances to get banned again. In that case you have to buy new domain & setup new site. Because FB dont allow redirected domain.
     
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    Always direct your fb ads to their pages :)
     
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    You're welcome! :) There's not much to it. Just word the ads to get more likes. I tried both ways and so did my friend. We both had higher sales when the ads were directed to the fb page instead of the website.
     
  12. 2DHades

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    We are paying for ads, so the reach is not a problem at all, as long as we manage to open a new account without getting suspended immediately after the first ad...
     
  13. Cashizking

    Cashizking Newbie

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    From experience this is for sure not true. A CC can be used more than once. I've used two from accounts that were banned due to "unusual activity." All bans are not created equal. The ones that say suspicious payment, or whatever it says, is the one that you definitely can't use a CC on again. Also, you can't use a CC on an account that has been manually banned. Pretty much, from what I've seen, the automatic bans aka unusual activity, you can reuse the old CC on another account. My tag may say newbie, but I'm plenty experienced with this stuff.
     
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