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Will Facebook Find This Redirect?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Chicilikit, Apr 19, 2013.

  1. Chicilikit

    Chicilikit Senior Member

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    Hello, I have been looking for ways how to post CPA offers to facebook. I tried prettylink with double redirect, but it did not work. I have found another wordpress plugin that allows you to redirect your page easily, so I have created page and posted that link to facebook. This way it was no problem because it links just to normal page, so after facebook allowed that link I added the redirect. Anyone tried this? Will facebook find out?
     
  2. xashishx

    xashishx Regular Member

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    Facebook won't find out that easily until and unless some user reports it as spam.
     
  3. fbfbfb

    fbfbfb Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Facebook will check the redirection when users click on the link.
    SPAM or NOT - SPAM ,
    Post any link in fb and change the redirection.?
    ya you can but fb will again check when user goes to the link.
    Get lots of cheap domains ( .info free when you buy .com at just $1)
    Use a domain spinner and you will be fine.
     
  4. maxiseller

    maxiseller Newbie

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    no luck with redirects.. any other thoughts/suggestions apart from landing pages? Thanks
     
  5. maxiseller

    maxiseller Newbie

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    just worked out a way while it last..:) double redirects. use meta html redirect to a sub domain. place the second tier php redirect here of the actual link shortener redirect or the site landing page (in my case, clickbank landing page). Not sure how long this will last until they pick it up. DONE!