Facebook Blocked my website

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Hi guys, i was wondering what i could possibly do that now facebook has blocked two of my websites. I have a sports fan page and I had plan on sending them to those websites to cpa offeres. But now facebook has blocke my websites. What did I do wrong? Can anyone help? Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonGiorgini
    Not exactly sure what you did wrong, but it was enough for them to block your domain. You could always buy a cheap .info and forward it to the website of your choosing.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanmilligan
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    What kind of CPA offers are you running?

    Facebook seems to be getting pretty tight on marketers for some reason.

    Do you have any kind of adult content on your site? Porn, gambling, anything that could be against the terms?

    Have you even checked Facebooks ToS'?
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  • Profile picture of the author EllesBelles
    I wouldn't buy another domain and redirect until you know what you were doing wrong. That'll just get banned too.

    Facebook are strict but there TOS are clear, so I suppose its fair. Have you read them to see where you went wrong? What wording were you using?
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    • Profile picture of the author s1ngular1ty
      Facebook can be extremely annoying for us marketers. Their ToS seems very inconsistantly enforced. You may actually have done nothing wrong and have been banned because an intern was having a bad day. It does happen.
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  • Profile picture of the author johan_malmo
    Can't you just ask them? Hey Mr. Facebook, you pulled down my website, why!?
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  • Profile picture of the author YasirYar
    I would suggest you read through the terms of service to make sure you are doing nothing wrong. Once you have read through it, and if you feel you have done nothing wrong, try contacting them https://www.facebook.com/contact.form . I'm not sure if they actually get back to people, but it is worth a try. I hope your issue gets sorted out.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kostas Papadakis
    Yes, definitely it's worth contacting them, maybe there is a mistake or something else that has nothing to do with you. Sometimes it happens.
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  • Profile picture of the author gel lang
    Thanks guys. I think I didnt follow ther Tos rules. I think I redirected my site to a cpa offer and linked the site to my fanpage and it was considered spam. But then again facebook is very tricky. What would be my best choice? Should I use a landing page and capture prospects emails?
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    • Profile picture of the author yaheem
      Originally Posted by gel lang View Post

      Thanks guys. I think I didnt follow ther Tos rules. I think I redirected my site to a cpa offer and linked the site to my fanpage and it was considered spam. But then again facebook is very tricky. What would be my best choice? Should I use a landing page and capture prospects emails?
      That's not gonna work either. It will be considered low quality and you'll have to have a site full of content before they accept your lead capture page. They also have rules for lead capture pages that I think they just put them there so that they have a rule, but they never approve such pages in ads.

      Here is my suggestion based on what works for me right now.

      On a new domain build a wordpress blog and generate any content that you feel informative. Then write one post yourself that's convtroversial and might ignite a comment-battle, place a graphical ad for your CPA offer at the end of the post and all other posts, and in the side bar.

      On your fan page mention the controversial post and either ask for opinion or pick one side of the fight and ask them to support you (you'll risk losing some of your fans though). You can have facebook line plug in to have the fight show to their facebook friends. The bigger the fight grows the more traffic will come to your site.

      With the graphical ad for the cpa offer you don't need to disclose anything about your relationship with the advertiser as long as you are not recommending it.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Z
    It is better you find out the reasons
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    Thank you

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