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Facebook Group Posting Update (New Anti-spam)

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by chakachuk, Aug 4, 2016.

  1. chakachuk

    chakachuk Newbie

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    Hi, BHW. I'm new here but not new in spamming. I have been posting to groups since 2008 and had many experience, but now is happening something I have never seen. There is no restrictions while posting in Facebook groups but Facebook deletes my posts. I have confirmed that they are not admins or moderators but Facebook itself. For example I post to 10 Facebook group. I watch my activity log and after some time, on refresh all posted posts are deleted and when I post the same URL in same groups with same account it says "Attachment Unavailable". If I post different URL in same groups with same account it happens again. Any experiences about that?
     
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    Shqipenet Regular Member

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    maybe youre account got flagged by facebook for spamming so they detect it now easilly and delete the your posts from the groups. have you try to use a vps and new acc for spamming ?
     
  3. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Your fail is due to the above in green.

    Vary the URLs, don't overpost one URL in a bunch of groups. This is not 2015... err 2008 anymore unfortunately so you have to up your game.

    Very possibly you have account issues also if you are posting a bunch of the same url with accounts that have not been properly seasoned.
     
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  4. chakachuk

    chakachuk Newbie

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    I have tried different accounts. New, old, with VPS, even with different user-agent and also with friends computer. It is obviously facebook doing the trick against spam.
     
  5. chakachuk

    chakachuk Newbie

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    So how can I post my 1 website to for example 10 groups? There is no way? Have you had the same experience?
     
  6. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I use over a hundred websites when I post to FB and make sure that my accounts look as real as you and me.

    A properly seasoned account can post the same url a few times on FB with activity between posts and things will stick but you have to make your accounts act like they are real people just hanging out on FB for some time as well as have them interact like real people.

    Last year it was a piece of cake to post the same URL a hundred times in a day; that ship left the harbor and has sailed onto other oceans and now you have to work a little differently/harder as the spam the tar out of FB is history unless you know how to cloak properly.
     
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  7. chakachuk

    chakachuk Newbie

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    Ah, now I see. How do you think, URL shorteners or posting through page permalink will fix the issue? or I have to make many websites and post them one for 2 groups?
     
  8. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Shorteners do not work on FB as FB follows the link to the origin.

    Many sites or cloaking is your best bet and cloaking on FB is no small feat as there are a lot of factors and moving parts there.
     
  9. chakachuk

    chakachuk Newbie

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    Sorry but can you easily explain what cloaking on facebook means?
     
  10. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Cloaking is where FB sees a different domain than the one you are actually posting.

    It is easy to set up in general but extremely complicated when it comes to hiding from FB.
     
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    OK. Thanks a lot for your replies
     
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  13. Extraduke

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    It's interesting, because this "feature" in not actually on every groups. I had the same problem with a particular group, when I posted, my post disappear few minutes later... (and I know that not the admin at 3am of the morning) it's not a problem of spamming to much or because of my fake profil... I think the url is really blacklisted ! And the group have 40K "serious members", so I think it's active only happen on "big groups" (for the moment)

    You can integrate your website in Facebook page, and spam with this.
     
  14. chakachuk

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    So you think it might be URL problem, not Facebook. I will try posting bbc.com website and observe if it will be deleted by facebook
     
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    It is obviously Facebook doing the trick against spam.
    Even with different user-agent and also with friends computer.
    I have tried different accounts.
     
  16. diso333

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    It's facebook doing the trick against spam as you said.

    The problem is with using the same image.

    I have done a lot of testing.. and that's what I've found out. didn't find a solution yet.
     
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    Use different images or "spin" the images so they look unique to FB but the same to normal visitors.
     
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    Well, they do have a paid team with the only goal to eradicate us, so we should try to think as a single normal account when posting.
     
  19. diso333

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    How can you manage to do that if you are posting to about 1500 groups daily ? I have tried different url's of the same unique image .. but didn't work.

    So if I wanted to make the same image into 100 unique image .. how can I do that ?
     
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    Would simply purchasing 50 add-on domains and copying my original website directory to each of these add-on domains be enough to successfully mask my site?