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New Way of Posting to facebook . This increases Click Rate by 10

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by clickj4ck, Apr 20, 2016.

  1. clickj4ck

    clickj4ck Regular Member

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    Mods Please remove this
     
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  2. meannn

    meannn Supreme Member

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    Cloaking. He shows a gif image to fb bot, but normal page to visitors. You can even run php in .gif on a server, if you are not n00b in htaccess.
     
  3. igvlad

    igvlad Junior Member

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    I think you can make your posts look like this by inserting specific Open Graph Tags (more information you will find here: https://developers.facebook.com/docs/sharing/webmasters)
    So, in my opinion all you need to do is: click that link you saw on facebook, and after you enter that website right click anywhere on that website and select "View Page Source" or just press CTRL+U.
    And try to find what og tags are inserted in that page.
    They will look like this:
    <meta property="og:type" content="article" />
     
  4. clickj4ck

    clickj4ck Regular Member

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    please remove this thanks
     
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  5. clickj4ck

    clickj4ck Regular Member

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    Thats what i though at first but the guy is not using GIF image .
    This is the actual image url : http://i.imgur.com/CfKFPg5.jpg
     
  6. xbryan

    xbryan Senior Member

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    this is so old, not new. please edit your threads title, it's misleading.
     
  7. clickj4ck

    clickj4ck Regular Member

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    This is "so old"?? do you know how to do it ?
     
  8. abhi007

    abhi007 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    So just about any cloaker will do the job or what?
     
  9. 10zen

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    Man it's so easy.
    This is how you do it:





    See. That should do it.
     
  10. JhonConzix

    JhonConzix Junior Member

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    I know how to do it ... I've PMed you
     
  11. sandandkush

    sandandkush Power Member

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    Method
    You need to create a .html file and upload it on your server. (See the magic code for the html file below)
    Normally, if you share a photo or animated photo (gif) to Facebook, it will be static, meaning no motion or clicks.
    However, this .html file shows as a the photo (jpg, png, gif) on Facebook and also creates a redirection to where you want to send the user.

    Instead of sharing to Facebook: www.yourwebsite.com/pic.jpg
    Share this: www.yourwebsite.com/pic.html


    Code:
    [COLOR=#00ffff]<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" lang="vi" prefix="og: http://ogp.me/ns# fb: http://ogp.me/ns/fb#"><head>
    <title>[/COLOR][COLOR=#ffd700]title[/COLOR][COLOR=#00ffff]</title>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
    <meta name="googlebot" content="noarchive"/>
    <meta content="noindex, nofollow" name="robots"/>
    <meta property="fb:app_id" content="1702636393315452"/>
    <meta property="og:title" itemprop="headline" name="title" content="[/COLOR][COLOR=#ffd700]title[/COLOR][COLOR=#00ffff]"/>
    <meta property="og:site_name" content="legends"/>
    <meta property="og:url" content="[/COLOR][COLOR=#ffd700]image url[/COLOR][COLOR=#00ffff]"/>
    <meta property="og:image" content="[/COLOR][COLOR=#ffd700]image url[/COLOR][COLOR=#00ffff]"/>
    <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">window.location="[/COLOR][COLOR=#ffd700]web url[/COLOR][COLOR=#00ffff]";</script>
    </head>
    <body>[/COLOR]
    [COLOR=#00ffff]</body>
    </html>[/COLOR]
    title - The Title of the photo.
    image url - The image location on your server or elsewhere.
    web url - The web link where the image should redirect to.


    The best sizes for clickable photos on wall posts and post comments (Width x Height in Pixels):

    For Desktop/Iphone/Ipad:
    1000 x 810
    900 x 730
    800 x 650
    600 x 488
    486 x 394 (FB Safe Image Size / Great for Saving Server Resource)

    For Android:
    1000 x 516
    900 x 464
    800 x 412
    600 x 309

    Play around and get creative on Facebook. If used properly, this has potential to draw more reach. Have fun.
     
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    cant see picture, only text
     
  13. Furious Man

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    sandandkush thanks for your info
     
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    Did not have success with sandandkush tip, facebook debug gets only a type of html file, not the clickable image; anyone tried this and got success?
     
  15. rob1977

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    @sandandkush I would have used window.location.assign

    Is their a reason you used window.location.

    Just for my own education thanks.