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how to get around facebook blocking my link?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sogeking, Apr 18, 2014.

  1. sogeking

    sogeking Power Member

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    facebook keeps blocking my URL and its pissing me off severly

    is there anyway to get around this...seriously

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  2. jjoorriissjjuuhh

    jjoorriissjjuuhh Newbie

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    make a tk domain and make a redirect.
    Facebook doesnt block tk domains (yet)
     
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    prab1996 Elite Member

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  4. sogeking

    sogeking Power Member

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    thanks guys but i just made a subdomain, redirected that one to a different subdomain, used a meta refresh to redirect that subdomain to a link shortener, which redirected to the offer.
     
  5. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    Let us know how that works out for you. That's one crazy setup lol.
     
  6. sogeking

    sogeking Power Member

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    lolol it had to be done. it works perfectly
     
  7. prestige89

    prestige89 Newbie

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    facebook is blocking my website too and I'm get really made, since I was making a lot of money from that. I didn't understand how to use redirect to solve the problem.... I tried to use just a url shortner, but obviously facebook see that, at the end, it's the same url. Cause, even if I use a redirect, facebook will go through that to reach my page and get meta, so finally he'll see I'm back to my original website... how can I solve that?
     
  8. BackY

    BackY Senior Member

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    I had the same problem, there are two solutions Im aware of:

    1. Use a cloacker (look for someone who offers a cloacker service).
    2. Make an image similar to what you are trying to share in the page, and make the image hyperlinked (clickable), with the link you want them redirected to. That way FB doesn't block your links.