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Facebook Domain ghost ban real... or just something in my head?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by beingink, May 14, 2016.

  1. beingink

    beingink Senior Member

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    My experience and why I think its real, if you have experienced the same and came out of it do suggest something.

    At first when I shared my link with my targeted pages my reach was pretty good, my response was pretty good and clicks were about 15% - 20% to the site. Then I got greedy and started spamming my links in my own pages where there weren't many followers but I thought whatever even if I can get a couple of clicks, then I got a fake accounts, joined some groups and posted my links. After 5 minutes my account was banned from joining and posting.


    So from the first few shares to when I started spamming, now when I share my links with my targeted fan pages.. I get decent reach but horrible CTR. I get decent shares and comments but there are no visitors!


    I feel like facebook has a trust factor for every site which is why when I share a popular site it gets amazing reach and ctr but when I share mine I don't get nearly as much.

    After research I found that these could be the reasons why this happened:

    1. Spammed too much too fast
    2. Having "2 parts to one post"

    Now I am not share if it's real or something in my head but anyone experienced this? Anyone able to fix it?
     
  2. Wolston

    Wolston Regular Member

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    Ah! Classic mistake. Now it'll be better to get a new main site since I'm not sure how long it will take to recover. Well if you're going to spam, its better to just buy a few throwaway domain names and then use them as redirects to your main site. Using the main site for spamming leaves you vulnerable.
    Hope that helps.
     
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    I thought whatever even if i can get a couple of clicks, then I got a fake accounts.
     
  4. beingink

    beingink Senior Member

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    Are you bot commenting something from my thread?