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The Best Practice for Cloaking On Facebook 2015 (safe page specific)

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by QKimHock, Oct 27, 2015.

  1. QKimHock

    QKimHock Newbie

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    What is The best practice for cloaking on Facebook ads 2015 ? This question is more focused on safe pages , hope everyone could share some tips !

    Good day guys , I am new to cloaking and I need some advice here.


    I am running CPA offers on Facebook , so I am wondering what is the best practice for safe page ?


    3 questions:


    1) I understand that most people use a safe page that is content rich and has their own branding for example : webmd ..
    Now , is setting their website link as your safe page a good practice now in? Has Facebook clamp down on this more ?



    2) say I do not want to link to other company's website as my safe page but I want to create a safe page myself (a page that is compliant to Facebook advertising just for cloaking purpose)
    How do I do it ? What must I have in my page ? Could it be a thin, single article page ? A single page landing page ?


    3) what are some of the practices you guys utilize to set up your safe page ?


    Anybody could chip in a little !
     
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  2. VolatileQQ

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    Well for FB it's easier just to burn through fake safe pages through the simple code (assuming you're on Fraudbuster).

    If you insist on making your own, your best bet is to google/bing on a USA IP the keyword/niche that you're in, look at the top results and there you have it. Generally they have great quality score which is helpful if you ever decide on trying Google.

    If you're just on lazy mode, you can get something like leadpages' PPC 2.0 layout and just edit the stuff on there. The generally have a solid format which is safe for any ad network as long as you make sure you include links that work on the Privacy Policy and Terms and Conditions.

    If anything feel free to let me know (:)
     
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  4. QKimHock

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    LOL hahahahhaa I didn't realize it ! I'll turn it on!
     
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  5. QKimHock

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    -VolatileQQ hey thanks for the tip ! By the way ? Say I choose option 2: which you mention using an USA ip and searching for the keyword of my niche. Do I follow up with the following action ?

    1)search for the keyword of my niche in USA IP
    2)rip that single page and change a little bit of the article ?
    3)put it up on my domain as a safe page (my domain will have this single article only)

    but then my domain will only have that 1 page , so do I rip multiple pages/articles from the keywords I searched to combine together so that my domain actually has more content and won't be so thin ? Or it doesn't matter so much ?

    i guess to summarize this portion of my question , I am curious if I am running a single page lander on Facebook as my safe page , will my account be flagged ?

    thank you in advance !
     
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  6. VolatileQQ

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    Sorry for the late reply I was sleeping (lol).

    Honestly if that's the only thing you want to do, which sounds pretty lazy/simple, you might as well just use the redirect to other company's page code. I personally ripped the whole content, uploaded it on a wordpress site (I personally copy pasted everything) and that was it.

    It's better to always have more than one page regardless because not having Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions pages on your landing page is generally a pretty red flag but since I personally don't do that, I wouldn't know.

    Summary - If you're going to do the "lazy" way, just use the cloaker's redirect simple code which is ok for FB anyways. Google or any other ad network that uses quality score to determine your ad position, use the advanced code and rip a good site (Although it's recommended to just use their content and copy-paste on your own site, using the exact rip can cause problems so be careful.)
     
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