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My 456K Like Page has just been unpublished by FB, need to extract anything I can.

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by corybudden, May 25, 2015.

  1. corybudden

    corybudden Newbie

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    After already unpublishing and deleting my 2.1 M like page (comedy niche), Facebook has now unpublished yet another one of my pages at 456K. It was a good run I was making $100+ a day with Adsense + Juicyads running on a website and sharing posts. I can't believe they did this to me.

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    I need help extracting any emails that I can from this page before they deleted this one now.
    If anyone can provide me with the best tool to extract emails from this like page, I am willing to share the list.

    Ifit is a free tool that the community can benefit from please share it in here otherwise if you want to speak to me in private just message me.
     
  2. coitza

    coitza Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Sorry to hear about this man, maybe you get lucky and the appeal works.
    Just curious, how do you want to extract email from a page exactly, is there a way to do that manually? if so it can be automated..
     
  3. SweetMike

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    that is bad luck, you could try facebook leadchef, I'm not sure though if you can extract emails with this tool...it has some extracting features though....best of luck
     
  4. socialbutterfly1

    socialbutterfly1 Registered Member

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    If it's unpublished it's not deleted yet. Did they say why it was unpublished? Usually you'd get a warning about inappropriate content or copyright violations. You could probably stop what they're complaining about and not lose it?
     
  5. ThreeStepsRemoved

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    Why does Facebook take actions like this against established fanpages with hundreds of thousands of fans? I'm late to the 'huge FB Pages' party, and have spent the past few months trying to identify different methods of monetization on FB. I guess what I'm really asking is should this method of monetization on FB be left behind for newcomers considering the amount of time it takes to establish a large FB Page and the fact that FB can make all of that disappear in a flash?

    Side question - BHW Forum should have a section for beginners that simply explains different ways to monetize activities on Facebook. This would be EXTREMELY valuable for those of us trying to get going as it would elevate weeks and weeks of research that I have to do just to figure out what some people are doing to make money. And no, I don't believe explaining different strategies/methodologies to newcomers would be giving away any "secrets" that some of you may know of. I think it would only increase the amount of great content on this Forum and attract more new users.
     
  6. corybudden

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    The final verdict after the appeal was sent was "Bullying and Harassment." Facebook has a really crappy system for reporting posts. Any little thing and they are on your a**. I probably posted a high school fight video and had people reporting like crazy.