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FB apps slapped faster than blinking of an eye...

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by overl00rd, Dec 22, 2010.

  1. overl00rd

    overl00rd Junior Member

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    Not in your wettest dream...
    I just installed neoapps, got some apps live on FB, collected at least a thousand users on each app, and it's all fine and dandy... until FB slapped them all silly in one strike.

    I wonder if there are tips out there that can at least prolong the life expectancy of these apps. I've set them all as suggested by neoapps team; set autopost at 10 minutes, batch at 20, so it would slow down the 'virus', and all available tips described within the app, but still after 1k of users, all of them got slapped.

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. Zer0199

    Zer0199 Junior Member

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    I got slapped today with my app. No idea how to avoid this any help would be good as well. I actually came here to make a thread as well and i spotted yours :)
     
  3. zenoGlitch

    zenoGlitch Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You need to run your apps on several different domains. Buy up a bunch of cheap .info's ... install the comment spinner.

    Set your jobs to run every 6 hours. Not 10 minutes.
     
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  5. Zer0199

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    erics1230 Newbie

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    Jesus, I know this is a black hat forum, but try building a sustainable business instead of scamming a dollar a day
     
  7. Zer0199

    Zer0199 Junior Member

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    Seriously if you don't know what your saying don't post you look like a idiot saying that.
     
  8. overl00rd

    overl00rd Junior Member

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    Not in your wettest dream...
    I installed one app per domain, got a bunch of .com and .info also, but running autopost at every 6 hours? How many batch that goes along with it? Is that enough to get it viral on your case?

    I'm thinking to save up domain from being suspended by FB, by using URL shortener such as http://goo.gl on wall posts. Anyone have any idea if this may work?
     
  9. MDSOperandi

    MDSOperandi Regular Member

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    I have used bit.ly on users facebook walls and they work fine so no reason other shorteners would not.

    Cheers
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  10. overl00rd

    overl00rd Junior Member

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    So you're saying that, by using shorteners, your domain will not get slapped?
     
  11. portugalkix

    portugalkix BANNED BANNED

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    The domain still can be slapped, but less chances.
    The idea behind using goo.gl or bit.ly is to get less visibile by Facebook. This means, that in short period of time if Facebook will see the link to your app on hundreds or thousands of profile a red flag is appointed to your app. And with the goo.gl, there are less chances for this to happen.
     
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    rumour has it that facebook hate shortners coming from apps in masses and your longitivty is streetched by using proper domains.
     
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    From my experience going viral is the problem ... Spread your jobs 6 hours apart and set your batch size anywhere between 75 and 100.

    Don't do wall post and welcome status updates ... I would just stick to the jobs. Updating someone's wall right after they install the app will make a bunch of people angry and most of them will report your app.

    Use less common URL shortening services. Personally I have installed my own custom URL shorteners on several domains that are not related to my canvas domain.

    make sure you install the spinner, just hit up dev and he will sell it to your for $15 or so. It's regualr spintax format, I would spin around 10-15 URL's per job. Obviously more is better.
     
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  14. locknload007

    locknload007 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Well, I batch as I go, meaning every time someone adds the app, the app posts to 10 friends (have posted on the liked pages walls, but for 2 days I have just done friends) and the installers wall within seconds. I am up to 18,000 wall posts. Been running 5 days. CPA offer converts at about 20% of the time because I basically tell them, I have your email, so might as well enter it, you have nothing to lose, I dont say that, I say it more diplomatically, but that is basically what I want to convey.

    But to be honest, I am shocked it is still up, 18,000 wall posts, you would think a lot of complaints. My turn may be coming, but for now, it is still up.

    Performance

    10% uninstalls
    10% API errors ( not bad since I do them right away, prevents errors for not having valid tokens, which you will get if you batch later, high errors and FB will kill your app)
     
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    fbjunkie Newbie

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    i have neo app and tiny 3,.2 i think it is anyways i cant set them up if someone would help me set them up i will give u 10% of what i make with the app in the first month
     
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    what can neo app do?...I have no idea on it
     
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    yea apps are pretty much dead..hard to get traffic, hard to go viral, hard to keep them alive. the easy money was made awhile ago.
     
  18. racku

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    I know how to keep them alive :) if you have 50k+ friends hit me up for JV :)
     
  19. locknload007

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    Amazingly my app is still going. It is up to 27,805 successful wall posts. I dont come near maxing the wall posts. I think posts to pages has been better than just friends walls, though I think there is a bigger chance to be deleted posting to fan pages. It will be interesting to see how far it can go. Broke $1,000 with it, so not too bad, about $0.48 per install.
     
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    its hard to use apps in fb to earn nowadays..maybe some one will come out with a better idea :]..fb being strict..they just be like google too