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Help! Link issues with facebook

Discussion in 'Facebook' started by PoisonAce, Feb 13, 2016.

  1. PoisonAce

    PoisonAce Junior Member

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    So i have 5 new domains and last week i tested one on facebook and it worked with forwarding to chaturbate...

    HELPPPP none of them will work anymore!!!! WWHHHATTTT TO DOOOO???

    Not even massplanners link shortener will work!!!!!
     
  2. sviedinys

    sviedinys Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Make/buy/rip nice landing page, strictly no redirects, facebook detects everything.
     
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    Maybe facebook detects your links violate facebook policies so they don't accept links. Try another way.
     
  4. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Trash those sites, use new ones and don't forward them to chaturbate. FB will see that and ban your sites no matter what you do when they see you forward to a site like that or to a direct affiliate link.
     
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  5. PoisonAce

    PoisonAce Junior Member

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    Ok so they go deeper into my link to see the affiliate link??? This is a good response thanks. Others let's say it was a shoe store affiliate link would be ok most likely ? As long as it it forwarded...

    the he wierd thing is I was getting my chaturbate links on Facebook last week... With forwarding...
     
  6. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Yeah, you'll get away with it for a little while. Sometimes a day, sometimes a few days but at some point FB will crawl your site and see the forwarding.

    I've done it myself and banked for a day or so until the domain was junk in their eyes.

    The thing is though, if you do not forward, you can make sure all those posts you make have value but if you forward and FB nabs you those posts turn into cow dung.

    Churn and burn or long term build there... you just make a choice and live with it.
     
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  7. sviedinys

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    If you say they scan so much then landing page>2 clickable redirects or another landing page... There is no chance that they can go so deep...
     
  8. MrE

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    Why not? Look at the type of volume Google can crawl, sometimes every few minutes on larger sites.

    They might not be crawling all deep links from a page in real time but redirects are crawled. There is a large queue of sites to be crawled and you can certainly get your domain banned if they catch bad content/links/redirects when that happens, sometimes people get lucky for a while and it takes time. I suggest you setup some tests and watch logs to see what they're doing.
     
  9. sviedinys

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    I am saying clickable link/redirects. Straight simple redirects can be catched very fast. Just make first landing page without any porn/nude pictures and should be ok, but theres always a chance it gets reports and so on, so just change to new domain.
     
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    OP, you can make a chaturbate whitelabel on your own domain, so no redirection is needed and there will be nothing in the domain name which would give you away, however it's still adult content and i guess you can and will get reported for that

    protip: you can change your tracking url on chaturbate, just switch the "default" bit at the end to anything you want, so you won't be using the same link every time, but if FB has a problem with chaturbate itself, which i guess they do, it won't really help in your case
     
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  11. monetizetrash

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    To last longer before to be catched & banned by facebook (or twtter, tumblr, or any social network) for affiliate to adult site links, you must do several smart things at the same time. My list:
    1) On the facebook (or twitter, tumbl etc.) side, do not write porn words around your link, as these sure prioritize the check, you can write things like sky.
    2) Pick a domain name that is not porn words.
    3) On your domain name, do a smart redirect, so check that "HTTP_USER_AGENT" is not "face" something, and, check the IPs these are not the facebook crawler ip range, this way: if that's facebook you redirect that to innocent youtube video, instead if this is real user you redirect to program link.
    4) Do not use super known programs like crakrevenue and chaturbate, these aff links are automatically detected by fb, twitter quickly. Use more unknown links, for example I had a tubecamgirl affiliate link up for years in some social and also in a youtube, this and other less common affiliate links are is not yet automatically detected.