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Well this shit sucks..

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by lpsierra, Jun 8, 2014.

  1. lpsierra

    lpsierra Regular Member

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    I was growing a Facebook page and it had 10k+ likes, it had a click jacking script (I'll probably never use it again)

    Not only that, my domain is now blocked by Facebook. It's currently ranking decently for keywords but as an authority site, I don't see this being healthy for the long run.

    What I'm thinking of doing right now is duplicating that site and transferring it over to a new domain and 301 redirecting it.

    Does it seem like a good plan or should I do something else?
     
  2. lingleee

    lingleee Newbie

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    get a new host. and yes transfer it. but i would recommend not to redirect it... as it would be banned again lol
     
  3. lpsierra

    lpsierra Regular Member

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    Well it's not banned on G. Just on facebook because of the click jacker script.
     
  4. wizard04

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    Buy a second domain if your domain is domain.com buy domain.org and use it for facebook redirect the links to your domain.com
     
  5. lpsierra

    lpsierra Regular Member

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    I was thinking of maybe also a rebranding of my site instead of changing .com to .org.
    Will I still have my rankings?
     
  6. siddharth999

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    if you still going to do CJ grab new domain and 301 it to old one
     
  7. wizard04

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    Yes you can, your site is not penalized by google, so you can redirect everything. But why not try contact the facebook about your URL ban, I know its a long shot but some people have successfully removed the URL ban from facebook.
     
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    This is a good example why it's good to keep your branded domains (The ones you love) and the spammy throwaway ones seperate from each other.

    The only thing you can do now is roll along to another domain, rinse and repeat.
     
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    West Sider Newbie

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    That's a real sad story. Man, it's Facebook, what can we do?
     
  10. ZennoBlaster

    ZennoBlaster Senior Member

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    That's what I do, espcially as FB (and other socials) ban your url for good.
     
  11. lpsierra

    lpsierra Regular Member

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    Ok so I'm going to stick with getting a new domain.

    How bad will my rankings be affected?
     
  12. mickyfu

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    Try buying a new domain, 301'ing the new domain to your website, and then see if Facebook will allow the new domain. Personally I would not do it the way you said, as Facebook often ban domains anyway.
     
  13. lpsierra

    lpsierra Regular Member

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    301 was what I said I was going to do. Or were you referring to the click jacking stuff? If not then yea I'm not going to be using a click jack script anymore
     
  14. mickyfu

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    From what I am reading you want to transfer your website and 301 your domain you have now to a new domain. What I was suggesting is 301ing your new domain to the domain that is banned, then use your new domain to post on Facebook, your new domain will then send people to your website which you have now. However I am not sure whether the 301 will get around the original ban.
     
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    Yes you're thinking correct bye new domain related that site and redirected old domain to new domain.
     
  16. lpsierra

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    oh oh ok I see now.
    that actually sounds really smart. I'll try it out.

    well the only problem I can see happening though is the users probably still won't be able to share from the site itself since they'll be on the banned site
     
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    new subdomain -> 301 -> main domain
     
  18. lpsierra

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    So I had an old domain and tried the new -> 301 -> old and it didn't bypass