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What is the best facebook like jacker?Preferrably with lowest price.

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by olympustenay, Jul 5, 2017.

  1. olympustenay

    olympustenay Registered Member

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    Can my website get banned by google for using a like jacker? How come people don't realize that they were forced to like my page?(since they will start seeing my content in their feed). Do they have any benefit?
     
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    They don't realize the process of liking your page, but they probably do realize after start seeing news from your page.
    Though, some users subscribe to a too many groups so I bet not all users will even notice or be bothered by yours.
     
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    No risk regarding google, but Facebook it depends of your behaviour, if you are a spammer or not...
     
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    As with any black hat tool or method, there is always some risk involved. As someone who has been like jacking since 2012 and the seller of the FB Like Jacking Ninja product that's sold here on BHW, then I guess I have enough experience to chime in on this topic.

    If you send too many jacked likes from your website to your FB page in too short of a time span then FB will think that something unusual is happening. And their response to that is they place the 'confirm like' box on your site. This is a pop up window that appears and asks the person thats' being like jacked to confirm they really do want to like your FB page.

    Because the person didn't know they were liking your page and were not expecting to see that pop up from FB they will click the 'cancel' button and the jacked like won't be registered.

    That is how FB, currently, defeats Like Jacking. And because it works (although there are ways around it) it means they don't need to take further action such as banning your website.

    If you find ways around their defences then you can expect them to take other actions such as banning/blacklisting your domain so it can never send another like for a FB page every again.

    And, for the record, it is really, really, uncommon for them to close your FB page or account due to like jacking as they can't always link the owner of the FB page and the owner of the website where the jacked likes are coming from as being the same person.

    I hope that helps to clear things up.

    Shez