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Facebook has blocked Clixsense links

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#1 by BeckyBrooks » Thu Mar 05, 2015 09:40

I have been talking to people about Clixsense on Facebook and noticed today that all my posts about it are gone and also that it will not allow me to post a link. It says that clixsense is dangerous or found to be dangerous. What a bunch of hogwash. Facebook allows total porn on pages and will not remove that but they claim a link to clixsense is dangerous?

Maybe they feel it is dangerous because we are here doing something useful with our time instead of messing around on facebook.

I sent a report saying it was not dangerous. Not sure if will do any good but hoping they change the policy on this.
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#2 by mclloyd86 » Thu Mar 05, 2015 09:51

BeckyBrooks wrote: I have been talking to people about Clixsense on Facebook and noticed today that all my posts about it are gone and also that it will not allow me to post a link. It says that clixsense is dangerous or found to be dangerous. What a bunch of hogwash. Facebook allows total porn on pages and will not remove that but they claim a link to clixsense is dangerous?

Maybe they feel it is dangerous because we are here doing something useful with our time instead of messing around on facebook.

I sent a report saying it was not dangerous. Not sure if will do any good but hoping they change the policy on this.

Some reported clixsense to Facebook that is why it was blocked. I was shocked also when I shared my affiliate link there. Same message appeared.
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#3 by BeckyBrooks » Thu Mar 05, 2015 11:19

I hope that clixsense works to reverse that because they are not dangerous. Maybe some members are spamming them to death with the link though. I hope they change that because I can not even send it to someone in a PM.
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#4 by dune1111 » Thu Mar 05, 2015 12:02

if clixsense doesn't make Facebook money then they're not allowing you to post links on their site they are leeches on that site
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#5 by valerie » Thu Mar 05, 2015 13:02

Try a short redirect url OR better yet, have your own webpage and place a short redirect to it.
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#6 by BeckyBrooks » Thu Mar 05, 2015 17:22

valerie wrote: Try a short redirect url OR better yet, have your own webpage and place a short redirect to it.


the redirects do not work but I am thinking about linking to my own blog post about it.
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#7 by valerie » Fri Mar 06, 2015 10:06

Some times ya got to be a little sneaky in advertising.

Major online companies, such as Facebook, are too big for their britches and become
extremely controlling. The best thing to do is NOT advertise 'per say'. Here is an example
of what I mean:

BAD: Make ez money at ClixSense http://.........

GOOD: Hey friends, hope everyone is staying high, dry, and warm this winter. If you're
willing to help me out, I could use some footers to my site. It's at myboogietoshow dot com.
Thank you all.
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#8 by valerie » Fri Mar 06, 2015 10:07

By the way, that is fictions site I grabbed out of my head so if it is real, ignore it.
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#9 by Darkstar2 » Fri Mar 06, 2015 10:47

BeckyBrooks wrote: I have been talking to people about Clixsense on Facebook and noticed today that all my posts about it are gone and also that it will not allow me to post a link. It says that clixsense is dangerous or found to be dangerous. What a bunch of hogwash. Facebook allows total porn on pages and will not remove that but they claim a link to clixsense is dangerous?

LOL yeah it's very dangerous - because people can earn amazing money on it without ever spending a dime and without relying on any ponzi, BUT of course FACEBOOk supports multi million $ ponzis like PV/MTV and the likes but not REAL PTC, REAL BUSINESS,......But yeah it's probably its users who complained to FB who think it is dangerous. I have tried referring people many times and when I tell them what I earned they call me a criminal, thief, ponzi player,etc......because they don't believe one can earn several thousands of $ from a non ponzi LOL so yeah, some people are ignorant and ill informed - and I guess FB being social media has to listen to the masses :D

Funny how FACEBOOK has not touched links to REALLY dangerous sites run by owners who swap your money and scam and have scammed in the past........I guess we now see what sides they are on.

I guess this is the way of thinking, anything you earn online from and it is perceived as being dangerous
so by that definition it would only be fair to not allow ANY earning site.....the ones they do allow now ARE
the dangerous ones.

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Maybe they feel it is dangerous because we are here doing something useful with our time instead of messing around on facebook.

Unlike some admins who hide in Brazil and have bank accounts in different parts of the world, offshore and are lying scammers who don't use their real name for years only to uncover it years later and disappear in the woodwork,they could easily have done due diligence on CS and see it is a genuine US company, with its owner living in the US and a PayPal in good standing.

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I sent a report saying it was not dangerous. Not sure if will do any good but hoping they change the policy on this.

They might have determined it a liability due to mass spamming !

Remember neobux was also banned from FB due to that site being mass spammed.
When people don't follow rules and send unsolicited spams and abuse - of course companies will get tons of complaints of people and simply blacklist sites.....and the excuse they will give is the site is dangerous.
There is one site many of you are a member of that is accepted by FB that does NOT deserve to be there,
I suspect its owner also a known past scammer is paying good money for the right people to look the other way.

It's all about money interest.

The good site owners get labeled SCAM, and the BAD sites get promoted like crazy and untouched.

Something is wrong with this picture.
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#10 by Soppen » Fri Mar 06, 2015 11:34

I bet facebook gets many reports on Clixsense referral links being massively spammed all over every single group out there.

Facebook have a function that allows people to advertise on their site for a fee, but if you want to do it free just use an url shortner as valerie stated.
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#11 by Nikorj » Fri Mar 06, 2015 11:52

Well spoken Darkstar.

Facebook has gotten to big for their own good, And why should they care when CS is non-profit for them.

well you can still use youtube,At least they havent reached the madness state yet.
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#12 by Darkstar2 » Fri Mar 06, 2015 12:31

Nikorj wrote: Well spoken Darkstar.

Facebook has gotten to big for their own good, And why should they care when CS is non-profit for them.

well you can still use youtube,At least they havent reached the madness state yet.

Well CS is an earning potential. There are millions of people seeking earnings...... This is a very high converting niche, ask any affiliate marketer, you will see why this is a multi million industry.......But FB is social media, I guess they don't want to be associated with spammers, either that or they are ill informed about CS and think it is the same as PTC BUX.
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#13 by oberder » Fri Mar 06, 2015 14:23

Just linking a Thread response for reference sake ( in case some of the members may need so ) -- the Admin is now working on the issue

:idea: Reference source -- Facebook advertising | ClixSense Forum
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#14 by mint25 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 02:56

My clixsense ad on FB were also deleted. They are bias because the other ad N****x is still there.
Clixsense is my first choice of PTC. I trust Clixsense more than any other PTC. Hope FB will reconsider their action on this.
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#15 by mclloyd86 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 03:12

Legit and paying sites are blocked on Facebook whereas scams are allowed there. Some people are just envious because they can't get referrals from their online business or pyramiding etc.
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#16 by hamsu » Sat Mar 07, 2015 07:42

valerie wrote: Try a short redirect url OR better yet, have your own webpage and place a short redirect to it.

Hi valerie, I tried to promote my referral's link on pinterest and it's the same, they don't accept clixsense links even the shrink address so what I did is make a great ad including my written link in it as image and I pin it in my board not really effective as people have to read my address link from the pin and tape it in browser's address.
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#17 by bobyclix » Sat Mar 07, 2015 21:01

BeckyBrooks wrote:
valerie wrote: Try a short redirect url OR better yet, have your own webpage and place a short redirect to it.


the redirects do not work but I am thinking about linking to my own blog post about it.

Yes, today I created a blog from wordpress and using it in Facebook for advertising ClixSense.
Best wishes for all of you.
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#18 by tasman1 » Sat Mar 07, 2015 21:11

New World........ Honest [ like ClixSense ] is danger ...........Scam and criminals are good......But i do not give a s..t about,,,, facecrok ,,, This site is paying me every time , on time [ just a 9.00 short of 1000.00 ] and i love it and can tell to all , I LOVE CLIXSENSE
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#19 by muzzleloader » Sat Mar 07, 2015 21:46

valerie wrote: By the way, that is fictions site I grabbed out of my head so if it is real, ignore it.

Nope it's not a real site Valerie, after you said that I just HAD to try it, lol.
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#20 by Shubh999 » Sun Mar 08, 2015 04:55

And the same happened to me and the links were declared spam.

I mean What the Hell :!:
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