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Facebook's Weird Message !!!

Labeled as discuss in General Domain Discussion started by blue crystal, Jul 18, 2019.

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  1. blue crystal

    blue crystal Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    I was about to publish a post in a Facebook group mentioning several domain names and a domain name quite similar to this one: “ProfitsGeneration.com”, but I was prevented to do so and instead, I got this strange message:

    “Your content couldn't be shared, because this link goes against our Community Standards” !!!

    Yet, I did not have any problem publishing all other domain names.


    How such harmless domain name could possibly go against any normal set of “Community Standards” ?



    Does something similar ever happened to you ?
     
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  2. DomainRecap

    DomainRecap Top Member VIP

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    Facebook runs on "dumb bots" with a pre-generated set of keywords that set off the scam alert. I bet "profit" is one.

    I tried to post an article on Sedo sales featuring CASINOS.ORG and it lit up their alarms like mad (the first time ever), so I'm also betting "casino" is another one.
     
  3. blue crystal

    blue crystal Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    Then why it does not lit up like crazy and uninterruptedly since it is part of a political system based eminently on PROFIT ( capitalism ) ? >:(
     
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  4. DomainRecap

    DomainRecap Top Member VIP

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    Because, due to late-stage capitalism, Facebook doesn't want to pay actual people to do a job.
     
  5. blue crystal

    blue crystal Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    :xf.laugh::xf.laugh::xf.laugh:
     
  6. biggie

    biggie Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    after that $5 billion dollar fine they got for data breach, they will be paying less, to less people, to do more.

    first the left jab, then a hard right to the jaw, then an uppercut and.... down goes facebook

    imo
     
  7. Corey

    Corey Upgraded Member Gold Account VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    my understanding is...fines are a tax deduction...(pay less tax)

    Cheers
    Corey
     
  8. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes formerly MetBob NameTalent Gold Account VIP

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    I barely access my personal Facebook, and have never considered using FB in a domain sense. Can those of you who do share with us an overview on what in general is allowed and not allowed. Like I take it you can essentially promote your names? Is it effective at all in a domain sense? I can more easily see LinkedIn and Twitter, perhaps, in making connections that might lead to future sales, but maybe that is just because I use FB so little and so ineffectively. Thanks for any views from those of you who are FB domain savvy.
    Bob
     
  9. Kpett

    Kpett Established Member

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    There are some domain name groups on Facebook ... but they are all sellers, most with crap names, and no buyers. Except for the guy with the robot domains trying to sell them for millions of dollars!!!!
     
  10. MadAboutDomains

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    That's Facebook for you. Stifling free speech since 2017.
     
  11. FPForum

    FPForum Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    A couple other things it could be..
    1) The domain is blocked/banned on Facebook. This could happen if the previous owner had a website up and was spamming it on the social network.
    2) You're posting too quickly and got botted. Like others have said, Facebook will automatically put up road blocks if you're posting too quickly/too often, especially if it's in new groups you recently joined.
     
  12. blue crystal

    blue crystal Upgraded Member Blue Account

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    I do not think so. It was a reg fee.

    It cannot be either. I posted for the first time.
     

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