how to share any link on facebook without spam problem
My name is fareed khan This tezworld teaches Ever since the Google Panda and Penguin updates, I’ve been busy searching the best alternatives to search engines. Luckily we all have Facebook and other social media websites which drive crazy traffic to your website instantly. There are many techniques in Facebook which allow you to drive instantly traffic within couple of hours. The biggest disadvantage of Facebook is, its growth. Daily millions of webmasters, SEO’s and SMO’s post articles in groups, timelines and friends walls aggressively. This made Facebook to restrict users from spamming the website links within their territory. You might have observed Facebook sending warning messages to slow down your spam activity. This is not a big issue, as I will reveal how you can post thousands of your links in Facebook without spamming.
Post Your Website Links in Facebook Groups Without Spam Warning
Few people argue that Facebook doesn’t send any referral traffic to their websites. The reason behind this is either you are targeting the wrong group or not posting according the niche you are in. Recently I shared a list of 500+ Facebook groups, which contains more than 15 seed niches. These groups are driving massive traffic to my websites, and the best part is I never get a spam report. Check out how you can do the same with a simple technique to play safe.
The above screenshot is taken from one of our niche site analytics, which drive massive traffic from Facebook groups. If you go through the list of Facebook groups I’ve given, you can observe many group email addresses assigned to individual groups. This is the main source of our spam free posting in Facebook, and it is not mandatory that every group will have one.
So? Will this help in getting massive Facebook traffic to our website without spamming? Well, that’s the whole point. You have to collect as many group email addresses as possible. When you finally get around 50 email addresses, save them anywhere and start following the below simple steps.
Step 1: Create a Gmail account which you don’t care if lost.
Step 2: Create a Facebook account with this Gmail account, and then join as many groups as possible.
Step 3: Wait for approval from all these groups you’ve requested to join.
Step 4: Go to Gmail and compose a mail.
Step 5: Add all the collected email addresses to Recipients and write a small Subject or body.
Step 6: Now click on Send to push this mail to all the groups you have added above. In this mail, I’m sending a sample mail to 91 Facebook SEO groups.
Note that your post will be posted on only those groups in which you are a member. As soon as click on Send, within 2 seconds your message will be posted in these 91 groups without a spam notice. You can always go back and check the group for conformation. This is how it looks.