It may suddenly happen that one day you open your Facebook account in the morning with dreamy eyes and find out that Facebook has blocked your account. You can’t believe it? You rub your eyes and yet the push notification is same? And you are unable to access the account? By now, you are frustrated as you have tried all the things you could do to help yourself, but still couldn’t understand why your Facebook account has been blocked? Well, you might have been doing the following to prevent facebook from blocking:
- Continuing prohibited behaviour even after receiving a warning or actually multiple warnings from Facebook.
- Unsolicited and regardless contact with others for the purpose of harassment, advertising, promoting, dating or some other reason.
- Inappropriate code of conduct
- Using a fake name on your one or several accounts.
- Impersonation of any entity or person, or some other misrepresentation of identity.
- Posting some content that doesn’t really follow the Facebook Terms.
Well, now as you know the possible reasons, you should also know that the penalties usually range from the impossibility of publishing on your account for a few hours, 3 days, 6 days, or even a week until the removal of the profile or page.
This thing might be really problematic for you, so this blog brings you 3 essential tips to prevent facebook from blocking:
1.) PREVENTION FROM FACEBOOK JAIL:
Whether it’s because of enthusiasm or some other possible reason that we often end up posting some identical content in multiple pages or groups simultaneously. Well, unfortunately this is the type of behaviour that usually gets us into trouble with the “Facebook Sheriff” as he’s on the hunt for SPAMMERS.
If he notices that you are sharing the same information everywhere simultaneously, it is very likely that you would get thrown into virtual ‘FB jail’ (Facebook Jail).
Well, to avoid this you need to follow a tip. When you’re posting on multiple pages, you have to leave at least a few minutes or even hours if possibe in between each post. This strategy is undoubtedly an excellent way to avoid being seen as someone “suspicious” by the site.
2.) ALWAYS CREATE ORIGINAL CONTENT:
Fortunately, this wise advice comes from the several Community Managers who constantly work with the Facebook, and who have great and extensive experience in preventing getting blocked.
One of the most important strategies in regard to this is creation of original content.
Well, experience shows that Facebook users are often blocked because they might have eventually used images from the Google’s search results, which had already been marked as SPAM.
Basically, you should know that if you use the pictures that actually Google suggests, you run the risk that they are actually photographs that have been previously reported on Facebook as a spam. This means that when you go to share them, your post would automatically obtain all the complaints that photo might already have.
You need to keep in mind that the warning of originality is not really limited to just the photos. Any file that is shared by many people at once, is likely to be marked as a SPAM. Thus, it’s always better to create your own content to avoid being blocked by Facebook.
3.) TRY TO MAKE IT PERSONAL:
Always keep your Facebook conduct based on honesty, credibility and “real” links that prevents Facebook from marking your activity as SPAM. Well, it can hurt you if the site detects that not many users accept your friend or group requests or that many people usually avoid you on Facebook. This kind of behaviour often results you to be considered a SPAM by those affected, because they might not know who you are or why you want to add them actually.
Specifically, the other types of behaviour that you should avoid are:
- adding people to your or some other groups without their consent and posting on the Facebook pages with non-personal profiles, such as garage sales or classifieds
- tagging people directly in images if they’re not actually in them. If you want to mention someone, you can also do so in the comments below.
In fact, all these rules are directly linked to common sense, because nobody would like to be tagged in a photo that they have nothing to do with.
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