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Why Facebook Won't Ban You For Like Jacking

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by shezboy, Mar 8, 2015.

  1. shezboy

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    Facebook isn't stupid, they know that Like Jacking goes on and has been going on for years now. They have gotten better at detecting it using patterns in behaviour and their own algorithms but what they can't always prove is who is responsible for that Like Jacking and this is crucial.

    Because of Like Jacking tools and scripts it's really easy to automate Like Jacking and send Likes to any FB page from your website and that has opened it up to being abused in the same way that negative SEO used to be a problem for Google.

    So Facebook had to follow the same route that Google took in that FB now won't ban or close the FB page that is receiving the Jacked Likes, instead they place a filter that stops the website where the Like Jacking is taking place from being able to register Likes for any FB page and that stops it dead right there.

    By doing this Facebook foil the person doing the Like Jacking and protect the owner of the FB page. Now that's great if you are being an evil little shit and trying to get peoples FB pages closed down by using negative Like Jacking against them you need to just stop it and find something constructive to do with your time.

    But how does this affect you if you were the one doing the Like Jacking and sending the Likes to your own FB pages?

    Well, you'd think that having your website blocked from being able to send Likes to FB pages you'd be up the creek without a paddle and needing to start all over again. But think again.

    If you are Like Jacking then you need to be smart about it and use the fact that FB not ban your pages to your advantage. Because Facebook are now taking the action of blocking the website where the Like Jacking is taking place you need to look at your site as a throw away site that you can easily afford to lose and no bat an eyelid about it.

    So, here is what you need to be doing.

    Don't use your main money site as the Like Jacking site.

    Before you begin buy a cheap domain that is similar to your main money site domain and clone your money site.

    Upload the cloned version to the new domain and add the Like Jacker to that site.

    Then 302 the traffic from your money site to your cloned site and let the Like Jacking take place on there.

    If FB ever detect that you're Like Jacking to get Likes for your pages they will block your cloned site and not your money site. If that happens all you need to do is buy another cheap domain, upload your cloned money site to it, add the Like Jacker to that site and change the 302 from your money site to your new cloned site.

    You can keep doing this for ever if you want to/need to and all those Likes will ever cost you is cheap domains but at least the Likes you get will be from real FB users.

    However, what I would strongly suggest is not be reckless with your Like Jacking to the point that FB keep picking you off like that on a regular basis. I've never had one site picked up by FB for Like Jacking and I've been doing this for years so I know it's possible to do but I thought some may find it useful to know the above if they find that Facebook have blocked their website from being able to send Likes to FB pages.


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  2. mohamedraouf

    mohamedraouf Junior Member

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    Under cheap domain you mean domain on 0.99$ like .net or something similar or free long extension domains ?
     
  3. wizard04

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    You are biased.
    Sorry to say this but its true. You are selling FB Like Jacking Ninja and its hard not to be biased.

    Everything you said is your own personal opinion and nothing more. When you can back this up with proof or real case study you can claim that you are calming here on this thread.
     
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  4. shezboy

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    I would stick to paid domains rather than the free ones.

    No need to apologize for your opinion and you're right, I am selling a FB Like Jacker and Like Jacking is something I have a lot of experience with and knowledge of which is why I shared what I know.


    As I said, it's only because of my experience and knowledge within the arena of Like Jacking that I have been able to deduce this and while you want to call it my opinion it doesn't detract from it being true.


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  5. lord1027

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    I can confirm, even though my reports aren't recent. I got around 6 domains burned by facebook (they got banned at facebook, you cannot even share them on facebook anymore, similar when trying to post and a d f l y link. No pages were affected though, all my pages are up and running. But I'm not using them much, since reach decreased so much I found that PPC works better than organic.
     
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  6. SoopaBlogga

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    This is incorrect. SWIM been banned for like jacking on pages before and they prevent likes from coming on *any* domain post getting caught. They make it so likes can only occur localized on fb domains. They also penalize the pages reach, block the offending domain, and some other good stuff.
     
  7. shezboy

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    Well, I will need to disagree with you on this based on the 300 instances of FB like jacking that I have knowledge of. Like Jacking happens, it's working right now.

    Yes, FB do block the offending domain, that's what I said in my opening post.

    Likes are not restricted to only happening on localized FB domains. The post above yours from Mr Leppy would prove this.

    Do you have proof that a FB page that was receiving Jacked Likes has its reach restricted in any way? I have never experienced any thing like this from the years that I have been Like Jacking. May I ask what experience you are drawing on to make this statement?

    Thanks,

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  8. SoopaBlogga

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    Look at your PMs
     
  9. shezboy

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    Not sure what looking at my PM's has to do with the above.
     
  10. SpookCash

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    Shez I'm asking for a favour, can you provide me with a good configuration (from your vast experience with Like Jacking) that I should use in my setup? Site receives varied amount of traffic, anywhere from 15K-50K per day. I'm relying heavily on this plugin for my Facebook Marketing strategy and if they burn my domain I'm SCREWED. I'd love to receive, what you consider, a low-profile configuration.
     
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    I have had 3 pages unpublished over christmas for like jacking, so im not 100% sure about this
     
  12. SpookCash

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    Anything Shez? I'm a buyer of your products, just need a little help.
     
  13. shezboy

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    Hi, sure, I'll PM you though so we can discuss your particular situation as you may need to tell me info about your setup that is better not posted on the public thread.

    Thanks,

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    What do you think will stay 'under the radar' for a new FB page? 10 likes/day, 50 likes/day, 100 likes/day ??
     
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    For a brand new page I would start off Jacking only 5 likes per day. If your page also receives Likes from users within FB then that's even better. FB knows if a Like has come from an internal page on FB or from an external site and if all of your Likes always come from an external site with none ever coming from internal FB pages then it can raise flags with FB.

    Each instance is different when it comes to Like Jacking and one size one fit all. The rule of thumb is to stay on the very safe side of things. If you find that your FB page is getting Likes naturally then you can raise the number of Jacked likes but always aim to stay on the safe side of things. Like Jacking a new FB with 50 Likes a day will get you picked up and ragged around by FB and it will usually end up with you having your website restricted from being able to get Likes for any FB page in the future.

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    Seems legit, nice method
     
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    How about the blocking of certain IPs? Where can I find a list of IPs to block?
     
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    Like jacking still goes on? i thought everyone just made fake facebooks for fake likes.
     
  19. shezboy

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    Due to recent changes and updates from YouTube I needed to update the information given on this thread as it is outdated and inaccurate.

    It is now no longer possible to use brand new domains with Like Jacking as FB seem to have placed a filter on domains that are less that one month old and won't let them be used to send Likes to any FB pages.

    If you want to use burner sites that you will need to but domains from places such as GoDaddy's close out auctions instead. And stay away from .xyz domains as well because it seems FB doesn't like them much either :)

    Shez
     
  20. Wafle

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    Is there something new here, or jacking still working without any troubles with facebook / adsense?