Facebook banned my website's link permanently!

Bloodseeker

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So, a few days back I increased some likes and comments on one of my posts on my Facebook Page through an SMM panel. First I got the notification that the post looks spammy, so they removed it. No worries, I tried to post my article's link on Facebook again, and it's giving this error:

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I tried to debug the link through Facebook Debugger to fetch the fresh information, and it's showing this error:

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I tried to report this with an acceptable explanation, but they don't bother even to respond back. Is there any way to fix it?
 

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Got the same problem last year. 2 solutions :

- Contact Facebook and pray to get your website whitelisted again
- Change your domain name. From .com to .eu for example (annoying but works 100%)
 

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Hi Mate, one question are you running Bh ? if the answer is yes, ill suggest to change your domain. everytime Fb flaggs your domain you need to change it.
 

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Or put another domain and redirect it to your website
 

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if this website is BH, try always to use unique URL on each account, when facebook ban account they ban the URL too
 

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Buy a new domain and redirect to old site. FB's algorithm does wonders in blocking blackhat and spam domain/methods.
 

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Three solutions.

1. Contact them.
2. New domain.
3. New domain that redirects to your website.
 

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happened to me the same redirect can save you only and one more thing don't post your url quickly once in a week is enough.
 

Bloodseeker

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Got the same problem last year. 2 solutions :

- Contact Facebook and pray to get your website whitelisted again
- Change your domain name. From .com to .eu for example (annoying but works 100%)
I tried to contact them, but they never respond back. I even created a help thread in their community forums. One of their staff members responded back by saying "request Facebook to review your link through the debugger tool, that's the only way". Tried several times but no one from their side bothers to respond back.

Changing domain is not an option for me.

Or put another domain and redirect it to your website

I think Facebook detects the where the link is redirecting too. That means if I buy a new domain, create redirections, and share it then Facebook can see that the link is redirecting directly to a domain that is banned.
 
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