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Help Needed to Spoof/Mask links (while posting in groups)

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by dCorp, Dec 14, 2015.

  1. dCorp

    dCorp Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hello Friends,

    I am a Noob in FB marketing and after getting inspired from BTB's FB and MrE's Nail and Scale method, I started working on both methods and setup almost everything (20 PVA fb a/cs with private proxies for each, Joined 200+ groups, Multiple unique comments, my landing page (news site), prosper202 tracking, etc).

    So, I am almost ready for my First Test campaign on FB (via group posting). I am gonna do it manually in the begining for better understanding. Now, the only thing which is stopping me is "HOW do I spoof/Mask my links on group posts"???

    I am afraid my domain would get banned if I post the same domain (my news site) lots of times in groups. What should I do??? I am surprised how do you guys get away with domain spoofing (or masking).

    All the inputs would be highly appreciated. (Specially from BTB,Indianbill,MrE and other FB Masters)

    Thanks
     
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  2. ddh213

    ddh213 Registered Member

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    you should look for another method that doesnt involve groups. its pretty much dead now. and will only get worse.
     
  3. dCorp

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    Well...I don't agree with you. When FB patch ONE loophole, marketers find some others, soon often. Im sure people are still doing it other way out and I just want to hear from those guys. Thanks for your input though.
     
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  4. MrE

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    In light of the recent crackdowns you're not going to find too many people yelling from roof tops on how to post to groups anymore, unfortunately that ship has sailed so you need to blaze your own trail.

    I recommend you grab a handful of domains ($1 .xyz's will work for testing), and group your accounts into groups of 2 or 3's. Write out a very unique and different strategy for each batch and keep groups clearly labeled. Don't cross contaminate any domains/links/common elements between the accounts, and put the accounts through the gauntlet. I think you'll find a winner or two if you're creative in your initial plan. This process will take some time and burn some cash, BUT at the end of the day you can be confident that whatever changes FB makes in the future you can use this process to develop your own workaround when the forums are silent and no easy formula is spoonfed to you.... most importantly you won't end up like our friend ddh213 above, shouting like a lunatic that the sky is falling.

    There is no "magic number" or "hard limit" of group joins/posts you can make before encountering problems as it is an algorithm that dynamically changes based on your account rep/status/history. I have some older and well used accounts that can still safely post 50 times a day and share the same links amongst them with no issues, where as if you try that with a less well worn account that will be an immediate suspension. Bottom line is you need to find a process and the numbers that work for YOUR SPECIFIC process, it will be unique to you.

    More advanced FB cloaking is still working very well but that's going to be hush hush until you start to get into the bigger leagues with higher posting volume and earnings.
     
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  5. dCorp

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    Thank you so much for your detailed post and suggestions you outlined in todays scenario. I would try to implement your suggestions and lets see how does it work for me.

     
  6. Freddyjames

    Freddyjames Senior Member

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    Here's what you need to understand....

    The more natural your accounts look, the less you will run into problems. I'm not talking with pretty profile pictures here, I mean with their actions.

    What does a real person do? Real people don't (well, rarely) run into FB ID requests and bans, so why is that?

    Why is it some guys are saying FB posting is dead, when others remain and continue to make money? Is it, perhaps, that the former are spamming crap without thought, just to get people on domains that offer no value to make a few adsense pennies?

    You've done a lot of hard work, now test different things, don't put all of your eggs in one basket and see what happens.
     
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  7. dCorp

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    Thanks for your time and advice freddy. May I ask what soft. you use for FB automation (MP,FBNinja or FD). Or you have your own solution for automation?

     
  8. Freddyjames

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    Do it manually for a few weeks buddy. Don't think about software until you have a good amount of info on groups, lead ins, articles, offers, verticals etc.

    Going automatic straight away will result in problems. I lost 75 accounts because I went auto from the get-go and attacked this method like a dog with 2 dicks.
     
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