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HOW TO: Post MyLikes,CPA,Affiliate URLs on Facebook.

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by sheigah, Dec 2, 2013.

  1. sheigah

    sheigah Newbie

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    I gave some info on how to post frowned upon/red flagged URLs on Facebook without Facebook ever knowing in another thread and it seems a lot of you guys
    would really like a full breakdown and decided to make it into a full thread instead. So here's the workaround for posting banned links eg. CPA/Affiliate
    links onto Facebook.

    It's called iFraming

    What is iFraming?
    If your'e into FB marketing this is a MUST KNOW. Because it is a workaround for soooo many things. Like what? CPA/Affialiate offers, MyLikes etc etc.
    Essentially, ANY site's URL that is frowned upon my FB. Making it possible for you to do so much more. An iFrame is basically a window/entire page on your
    own domain, which shows takes content from another site.

    How do I iFrame?
    1st and foremost, you'd need your own domain and hosting for this. Which means that a huge chunk of the readers who wanted to benefit from this is going to close this window now.
    It has already been taught by Luke Peerfly on his blog. You can just go to that post, grab the HTML code, copy and past into a .html on your own site, change the
    "iframe src=" to whatever you want and you're done. I can't post links, so just search "iframe luke peerfly" in the big G and check out the 2nd post "How to iframe an affiliate offer - LukePeerfly"
    DO NOT USE THE "Free iFrame Hosting" ! It has been marked by FB and you will get penalized if you use it. Believe me, I've tried.

    How is this different from direct linking?
    Let's take for example, you iFrame a page on a subdomain of your own site, let's say, Youtube's homepage.
    Let's also presume posting youtube links on Facebook is frowned upon. So when you share this link, it will look like such, youtube.yoursitename.wateva
    When you post this link on Facebook, it doesn't come off as a red flag, because you're seemingly just sharing links to your site. But when they click on the
    link however, what comes up if you frame an entire page, will be Youtube's homepage. The only give away that a page is iFramed is that your URL isn't youtube.
    And that's why I always setup my iFrames on a subdomain on my site to make it look slightly more legit. Hence "youtube.yoursitename.wateva".
    But here's the thing(also the reason why I used YT as an example), it is a live feed from YT, so whatever they would see if they went straight to YT's homepage,
    they'd see on your page. Whatever is currently there. What this means to you, is that you can post virtually ANY link to ANY site you want. Boom.

    Does iFraming affect my performance or income from MyLikes?
    Nope, tried and tested, you'll get the same amount, after MyLikes shaves your clicks of course. Only now, you get to track how much their shaving you
    because you installed G analytics on your page.

    I hope this helps some of you earn more money, and if you'd like, you can donate some of that extra income to axesaces (at) gmail (dot) com thru paypal. :cool: Seriously, give me money.

    If you have any follow up questions feel free to reply to this thread, and I'll try to reply daily.
     
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  2. Dalila

    Dalila Newbie

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    Hi,
    thanks for this useful info. I have a question and probably you or someone else more expert can help me. I was wondering what about facebook ads. Since FB doesnt want us to make money without them making any, I was thinking to actually pay for ads, then the link in the ad whould send ppl to a CPA offer with my ref link. Is this possible? For what I read it seems we can't do that, but what if I create mini-sites like http://www.OFFER1.mydomain.com and there I put a landing page with a link to buy the product (amazon product, an ebook, a software, etc...). Are those kind of ads allowed?

    Thanks again!
     
  3. sheigah

    sheigah Newbie

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    double post. double post.
     
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  4. sheigah

    sheigah Newbie

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    Once again Luke Peerfly has a post talking about exactly what you're asking.
    But essentially his answer to your question is yes. He managed to get CPA
    landing pages accepted by FB Ads by iFraming offers to subdomains of a site
    of his own. Try it out yourself for a more conclusive answer, but there is hope
    there.
     
  5. Dalila

    Dalila Newbie

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    Hi again,
    I read about that, but I wasn't sure as facebook check every ad and destination page before to approve it, and the point I didn't understand is:
    - do they only don't allow direct links or they don't allow CPA offers at all even if posted on my website (inside an iframe or directly on a website like http://www.isellamazonstuff.com)?
    From your answer now seems that they just don't want direct link so if I link to my website (unless is porn) they should accept it all.

    Sorry for all this question but I wondered as I kept seeing ads on weight loss that seemed just selling 3rd part products, I tried to find those again to actually be sure but now FB is showing other kind of ads lately !
    Thanks again for your time :D
     
  6. sheigah

    sheigah Newbie

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    Ok here's the thing, it really doesn't matter whether or not they check your landing page. Why? Because the content on the landing page is interchangeable. And if you understand what FB's and even G Ads problem with squeeze pages is that they seems scammy and don't provide any value. So if you really want, you could simply iFrame a weight loss article first, get it approved, then switch it. However I suggest that if you're going to do it in that manner, you use a 2nd account and not your main. If they ever find out, you're banned for sure. I doubt that find out very quickly or ever even. It's just a precaution.

    However, I would like to propose that you consider another method. I've seen it done tons of times, and I'm pretty sure the difference is minuscule to none. You know how FB is renowned for favouring ads that has a landing page within FB? Why don't you just do that instead? Essentially you'd iFrame your landing page onto a FB Fanpage instead? 2 things that will happen here.

    #1 Your ads will cost less if you link to a FB Fanpage.

    #2 A small percentage of that clicks will like your page. Provided you're actually putting content up.

    So it's actually a win-win. I have seen even Make Money Online ads be approved when done so.

    I'm not actually going to teach you how to do so because I'm lazy. But it's out there to learn for free definitely. Just search keywords like "iframe landing page facebook fanpage"
    Something of the sort. I assure you that it's worth learning. split test both methods and post it maybe ?

    Hope this helps!
     
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