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One Way To Avoid Copyright Strikes

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by StrictlyTheBest, Jan 4, 2017.

  1. StrictlyTheBest

    StrictlyTheBest BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP

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    Facebook recently introduced their feature "Crossposting" which allows multiple pages to use the same video natively uploaded to just one page. There are many perks to this including avoiding copyright strikes. What I recommend is starting a new page and keeping it at 0 likes, then simply upload everything through that page and crosspost it through to your others and you're good to go. To explain crossposting a little more:

    CP/Crossposting

    • A relatively new way to upload videos. One video can now be posted across multiple pages with all the views adding up as one video as opposed to each page uploading it’s own individual upload. A smart way to utilise especially if you own other pages which upload similar content or work with other people with similar pages. As of right now, I don’t see any disadvantages of this and since it’s introduction, I now crosspost almost 90% of my videos.
    • It acts almost as a “content bank” where you can see which videos have done well on other pages and you can choose to upload when it best suits you (or choose to not upload if don’t want).
    • Beware though, the page that does the main upload holds the power to the video. If the video is removed from that page, it will be pulled from all the other pages. And if a crossposted video is deleted from your page, it won’t be taken off the main page instead, whatever views YOUR video generated would be removed from the total view count. Example:
    • Page A uploads video and opens it up to crosspost to Page B and Page C. Page A removes video, which means it is removed from Page B and C. However, if only Page C removes the video, then Page B and A will still have it on their pages because A is the main uploader. Page A and B just lose the total views that Page C had generated.
    • The only thing that remains individual to each page on the actual post of a crossposted video is the engagement. So each video crossposted on each page will display the engagement that only that page has generated.
     
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  2. dosk

    dosk Junior Member

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    Nice and easy guide. Hope it works.