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Getting my website off the facebook spam list.

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by johnnyrowlands, Jan 28, 2014.

  1. johnnyrowlands

    johnnyrowlands Newbie

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    Good afternoon guys i am a co-found of a lifestyle website, and facebook have put me on there spam list which is stopping lots of traffic to my site.
    how do i go about getting my site of this list as its causing me so many problems every time i click on a post it comes up with "this could be spam or Facebook thinks this site might be unsafe. If you are not familiar with it, please provide feedback by marking it as spam (you will be brought back to Facebook)"

    is there a email i can contact facebook or shall i send them a letter?

    Many thanks guys
     
  2. Pohmeliy

    Pohmeliy Regular Member

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    Just curious.
    Did you really spamming them?
    Or is this some kind of mistake?
     
  3. johnnyrowlands

    johnnyrowlands Newbie

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    No im not spamming facebook at all. i run a legit website and facebook believes its spam. i am trying to increase my reputation on mywot.
     
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    Inception_AC Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    you must have been spamming or a competitor has been doing it for you
     
  5. johnnyrowlands

    johnnyrowlands Newbie

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    i can 100% guarantee that i have not spammed at all, there must be away to contact facebook to get me of this list, my website is not porn or anything bad. its purely a lifestyle website.
     
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    Roshaen Elite Member

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    you can contact facebook. But if you're using facebook ad you can easily get in touch with them or else you'll have to wait for there response.
     
  7. rob1977

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    I know the page your talking about, (the Facebook warning) I think most small sites come with that warning, even youtube was getting it for a little while.

    Safety and trust can be improved by adding an up to date certificate to your site, I wouldn't mind betting that's what Facebook looks for when redirecting to an outside site.