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Facebook prohibited clickbank link

Discussion in 'Clickbank' started by iamtheroon, Aug 15, 2014.

  1. iamtheroon

    iamtheroon Newbie

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    I cant share any clickbak link in facebook.
    Do you experience this? Is facebook prohibited to share clickbank link?
     
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    Smirad Registered Member

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    Try to shorten the link with Bitly. I've seen these used without any issues.
     
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    ^ This is exactly what I do to share clickbank links on FB. Works perfectly :)
     
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    iamtheroon Newbie

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    I am tring to shorten the link but the issue exist
     
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    It works for me too, using bit.ly
    Try a different URL shortener.
     
  6. DTZNL

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    That's odd. Have you tried multiple URL shorteners to test it? Alternatively you could link to your blog, have a bit more info there and slap the clickbank link on there. Better to just shorten the url and link 'directly' though.
     
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    Bad times!

    twitter don't allow some URL shorters like shorte-st, Pinterest change aff links URLs and block the ones they can't modify, and also a lot of URL shorters. Facebook has an innumerable list of servers (all free hosting for example) in their blacklist, and as soon as you regularly post aff links flag your account/page.

    The only way is using landing pages in micro sites or auto hosting blogs (free blogs like blogspot or wordpress bann you if you add too much aff links to your blog).
     
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    mancar487 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You're better off using your own domain to re-direct. Just grab a $0.99 .com from godaddy and use php/html redirects buddy.

    Mancar
     
  9. coitza

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    you can also use clickable image links instead, with a nice redirect on a domain you own you can create beautiful image posts that will redirect where you want them to and facebook won't see it redirecting to clickback s it won't block them.
     
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    Either use link shortners or cloakers for cloaking affiliate links.