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Facebook blocked my website!

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by jackhorror, Jul 10, 2014.

  1. jackhorror

    jackhorror Junior Member

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    Hallo there! I have a website two years now, and a week ago i tried to post my website's url and i got a message
    You can't post this because it has a blocked link

    i believe that this happened cause the website was on a free server and sometimes the server redirected to a page with ads buy host and etc
    now i have a paid server.

    Is there anything that i can do? I searched the whole net and the only thing i found from a guy that had a website with some info on heart conditions/deseases is that i have to send them a letter (he had the same problem and after sending them a letter, after couple of weeks they unblocked his website)! (WTF!?)
    Please help!
     
  2. wizard04

    wizard04 Elite Member

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    I'm sorry to tell you this, but you need to move on.
    There is no way to remove the block from facebook. I have an 5 year old domain, and I literally did everything to remove the block with no success. Facebook has the worst costumer support in the internet, you will get better costumer support in the back market lol
     
  3. JasonS

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    OP, sorry to hear that. But as suggested above move on rather than wasting your time on the same issue. If I do remember there is a popular link shortening site ******* that also had been blocked by FB and they opened up an appeal and asked their site users to vote it for the removal. But still it is under blacklist.
     
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    Buy a new domain, cloak out the link to the blocked site so Facebook doesn't see it but your users are redirected to the original blocked site.
     
  5. Forglory

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    Bro you can use filezilla and directing method
     
  6. andreaissabel

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    Do you know what WTF means? It's welcome to Facebook.

    There is nothing to do, Facebook blocks any free hosting service and of course all the sites hosted in, even if you use a own domain (it make it by host IP and for that is nothing to do).

    one(dot)com offers a first year free offer with free dot com domain, at least in Spain. I'm using it for my trials and I had no problems with Facebook, Pinterest, tw,...
     
  7. keywordspot

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    mickyfu Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Try using a blogger site with a meta redirect to your URL.
     
  9. K.H.R

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

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    Sorry Mate, here is nothing to do. Just buy a new domain.
     
  10. jacobw

    jacobw Newbie

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    Thanks guys ,Nice discussion.
     
  11. yenerich

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    Use a new domain (even a free one from wo or blogger) and redirect.
     
  12. thefixer

    thefixer Regular Member

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    buying a new domain is the best option..:p
    maybe a free one to give a try,..,