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urgent - Does FB track all wall posts?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by chakde, Mar 10, 2010.

  1. chakde

    chakde Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Heres the thing, on fan pages with large number of fans it's best for your cpa offers to show as the top wall posting, but its not safe to keep the cpa offer there all the time, so the work around would be delete it after a few hours and post again following day or whatever.

    Would FB make a note of the wall postings if this technique was applied?
     
  2. Spawnie

    Spawnie Power Member

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    They keep track of all wallposts also when they got deleted... even deleted pages are still in their database... you can see on lots of pages the Fanwidget showing the fans and the number of fans but when you click on it you get redirected to their mainpage cuz the page has been deleted officially.
     
  3. chakde

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    So what is the best way to post cpa offers and avoid being caught?
     
  4. Spawnie

    Spawnie Power Member

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    Doesnt work together...
    only two choices:
    1) Post them and get caught
    2) Dont post them
     
  5. hawke

    hawke Power Member

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    Make the page look as real as possible. A fanpage is suppose to be centered on a website/Business, not some schmo redneck back yard wrestler :)

    There's a button at the bottom of each page that say's "Report" you piss off enough people and they start clicking that, then FB will be on your page wanting to know whats going on....
     
  6. chakde

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    How about to prolong the process? any tips
     
  7. hawke

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    Like I said, make the page as real as possible. Give the User something of value...For lack of a better example, you don't want to throw Hot or Not offers, to a page centered on Church people, you know?
     
  8. Spawnie

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    Another way I just thought about... post only to countrys which are highconverting so only those are pissed off... makes the difference of reporters/pagefans lower...
     
  9. hawke

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    You can spam FB, and get away with it, if you do it right. Dont do the same thing as 1000's of other noobs, make it unique....make it yours....