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I have some doubts that offers advertising on facebook.

Discussion in 'Newbie Helpdesk' started by vzladxt, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. vzladxt

    vzladxt Affiliate affiliate

    Some of my doubts and intrigue that I have is:

    1 - What are the deals that you can advertise on facebook without cloaking?
    2 - I'm new, What types of deals advised advertise on facebook? Cloaking is necessary?
    3 - For the new, What types of deals are recommended to start?
    4 - What are the types of landing pages in Facebook are accept, and which are not accept: (will have example)?

    for now I have those doubts now. Can someone help me here please? Greetings.
  2. newbidder
  3. vzladxt

    vzladxt Affiliate affiliate

    I can understand guys?
  4. T J Tutor

    T J Tutor Administrator Administrator moderator affiliate

    Okay, here is my little input on FB Cloaking.

    Many of you are working independently with me on Skype and I am happy to help. This is an interesting question that seems to come up with everyone. So thank you vzladxt for bringing this question to us.

    First, I'll tell you that I am not an FB Expert. I am knowledgeable of FB. But it seems to me that the "Experts" are the marketers that seem to have their game on when it comes to getting FB to do what they want it to do as opposed to what FB says everyone must do. In other words, these types of questions above are really asking "how can I beat FB at their own game?". Now, I am not a totally white hat angel. My father was a gangster raised in the depression error while under the wing of a major mobster in the Central New York area. I don't have any problem with taking chances and risk to make a little gain. However, I have found that when it comes to FB, it's a just too much time and risk requiring us to create multiple accounts and continued account banning when using any 'black hat" tactics to get your CPA Dating offers to work on FB.

    If you want to use FB for marketing, there are better and smarter ways to get folks from FB to your offers. Content sites, TeeSpring campaigns, membership sites, etc. FB is tightening the ropes on everyone that has mutliple accounts, repeated offenders of cloaking,

    Finch Sells calls these types of marketers "mischievous", but Fb calls them marketers that are violating their "Terms of Service". Here is a quote from one of Finchs articles regarding this topic:
    In my opinion, you are better off looking for what works on FB that does not violate the terms of service.
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