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New domain with instant captcha block on fb

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by annd, Jun 5, 2016.

  1. annd

    annd Regular Member

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    Bought few xyz domains for spam. Today set up new blog - the moment I tried to share it on fb got the image captcha. Its not the xyz , as i have few adult related blogs that are still not fb blocked ( over year )
    What could be the reason ?
     
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  2. islandman1010

    islandman1010 Elite Member

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    I did see on here that new xyz are insta banned now on FB all the time.
     
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  3. annd

    annd Regular Member

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    just bought com and cloned same blog to check if any difference. my old xyz are ok - spamming them as hell daily .. weird
     
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  5. annd

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    @BlogPro , its a brand new domain - non adult. I added 20 articles and tried to share one - image block. My porn xyz are still ok to share - go figure it out....
     
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    As I said, the domain has an extremely high potential to get flagged.

    It could also be a spammy keyword in the domain that triggered the flag.
     
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  7. Omoruyiik

    Omoruyiik Regular Member

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    i love facebook...when the going gets tough, the rest pull out and the tough gets going :) following all the Pros closely :)
     
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    it is 99% a banned keyword in the meta tags
     
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    It's also worth checking the history of the domain as well just in case it was previously registered. I bought a new domain recently but turned out that it was on some spam list from about 10 years ago and Facebook didn't like it.
     
  10. Inception_AC

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    if your domain has the words get,grab,free

    it could trigger a spam filter
     
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    Facebook aren't too clever but they ain't daft either. You can expect to find it getting harder to use brand new domains in FB regardless of their extension. If you have an aged domain that you don't use (or need) then try that instead of buying a cheap new domain.

    By the way, get ready to have to start turning to domain auctions/sellouts to grab cheap domains that are a couple of years old.

    Watch this space and yeah, upfront, this is ahead of the curve.

    Shez
     
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    Out of your experience what meta tags/keywords are blacklisted ?
     
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  13. MrE

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    It's all new domains if you aren't careful about warming them up, 2-3 posts with a fresh domain and you'll probably get a captcha lock on the domain for good.

    It has nothing to do with domain name or onsite keywords since 301'ing a brand new domain to CNN.com will still result in a block, it's purely a NEW domain filter.... and it isn't just for XYZ anymore :)

    Existing domains with some history are obviously not getting hit with this, so any XYZ's in use for a while will continue to work fine.
     
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  14. xbryan

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    get a .com domain
     
  15. Omoruyiik

    Omoruyiik Regular Member

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    you've got a great point there, so its not just one extension that's been targeted, its going to soon be every extension that is bought to instantly "spam" right?

    edit: also just saw Mr's Explaination :) what amazes me about fb is the way they are able to keep abreast of things and change rapidly, thank God we can move faster than they do. :)
     
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    Facebook block adult content pages nowadays
     
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  17. annd

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    not true. I do adult and get the ocassional unpublished page as usual. 99% of my pages are still ok - over 200 pages from 3k to 50k fans.
    Only issue was with domains and posting playbuttons , but pages are safe.
     
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    I can confirm that it's the .xyz domain that triggered a captcha.

    Try the same content on any of the popular TLD's and you won't have the issue.
     
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    To quote myself from an earlier post:

    I have seen more and more of this happening this week when it comes to things such as Like Jacking. Customers are running in to problems when trying to use newly registered domains with the Like Jacker plugin that I sell. So far we know FB are clamping down on sites that use domains that have been registered within the last 5 days. We are still testing this to find the limit on what FB will deem a domain to be too new but it does show that they are clamping down on churn and burn/throw-away domains in an attempt to fight back against spam and other BH techniques.

    Shez
     
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  20. Omoruyiik

    Omoruyiik Regular Member

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    How true, rightly spoken, thanks for the awsome consultation :), eventually domains would net some really good warm up to work on fb