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Need some advice/tips on FB

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Blog Rider, May 31, 2013.

  1. Blog Rider

    Blog Rider Registered Member

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    So I'm kind of a noob on facebook, but now I need a good presence there for some sites.
    What I've done so far:

    - Opened an account under a fake name a couple of months ago. Joined "Add me" groups and made about 150 friends.
    - Recently created a business page for my site. Got some likes (I like you, you like me type).
    - Signed up for developer account and verified phone. I'm using the API for Wordpress social login.

    So I have a couple of questions. I'm not too worried about it, but is it possible I might get banned this way?
    Would it have been better to create a personal account under a website/business name?
    Should I leave the "Add me" and "Like me" groups or continue to get friends/likes from them?
    What can I do to make my 'personal' account look real?
    Can I connect the 'page account' to twitter, youtube, pinterest, wordpress etc. to automatically post on it?

    If you have any advice or tips I would appreciate it.
    Thanks
     
  2. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    I'll keep it short and simple..

    1. Don't spam your offer
    2. Interact with your friends
    3. Don't use automation *** (if you want your accounts to last longer)
     
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  3. Blog Rider

    Blog Rider Registered Member

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    So now my account is temporarily suspended and I have to identify friends pictures, which I can only guess.

    Should I keep trying, or can I get permanently suspended if I keep giving inaccurate answers?
    And what will happen to my page?

    any help is appreciated.
    thanks.