How to avoid Facebook blocking images and text?

Avoid Facebook blocking

Today I will introduce some tips to you all, which is how to avoid Facebook’s blockage of images and text. The core of this applies to all social networking platforms. Experts can understand it at a glance. There is a lot of deep water in it. I hope you all cherish it and know how to use it…

Especially for those who work on Facebook, and for those who always ask why their links always die, their accounts always hang, and so on.

Of course, there are many reasons why links and accounts always hang, such as poor VPN, improper operation, constantly spamming, adding friends to new accounts, etc…

The methods I am talking about here are mainly for friends who work on Facebook and often encounter link blockage issues. Not only links, but also images and text can be recognized and blocked by Facebook…

As for how to avoid link blockage, 301 redirection, .tk domain name switching, these methods are already commonly used and not new, so I won’t go into details. Let’s talk about image recognition technology.

We all know that social networking platforms are particularly difficult to deal with. If we do something they don’t like, they will restrict our behavior. Sometimes, account blockage may be due to image recognition or a large number of identical texts being flagged.

Not only on Facebook, image uniqueness is also crucial on Amazon and various social media platforms. Don’t think they can’t recognize images. They can easily recognize simple images. For example, just click on a photo on Facebook’s timeline:

Why is there a box in the middle? I didn’t do anything. The mouse just happened to pass over it and a box appeared on the person’s face. It’s so perfect, why? At least it shows that Facebook can easily judge that this is a human face, and the recognition location is just right. Let’s take a look at another example.

The same photo, which depicts a dog, does not display a border when the mouse hovers over it. This example clearly shows that Facebook has the capability to recognize basic information in photos.

So, how can we avoid detection of images and text by Facebook? Let’s take Ray-Ban sunglasses as an example.

When promoting Ray-Ban sunglasses on Facebook, it is important to be aware of industry keywords and avoid spam keywords. These words should be avoided in order to prevent detection.

The two images above have been seen hundreds of times online and are easily recognizable. Therefore, it is important to make your images as unique as possible and not easily identifiable by Facebook.

Spam keywords typically include “Ray-Ban sunglasses sale” and other similar phrases. It is recommended to use keywords such as “Ray-Ban sun,” “glasses,” and “sales.” This way, you can generate many similar keywords.

How can you make your images better? Remember that Facebook and all tools are looking for color schemes. Therefore, it is important to make sure that the main color scheme of your image matches the watermark. Adjust the transparency to a reasonable level so that it does not affect user experience but also cannot be detected by the system. Simply put, one part of the background should blend in with one part of the product.

What do I usually do? I usually use a gray-white checkerboard pattern and blend the main part of the product with a part of the background. (I won’t give an example as it is already explained to this extent.)

Feel free to comment. Have you noticed image recognition technology? Have you done spam or used fake accounts?

Amo is not easy, and we should cherish it as we go. Those who have been doing Amo all along are very powerful, and they have to compete with the most top-notch technical teams. I have always been thinking about batch processing. If it is applied to the genuine industry, I believe many people can do it well. I hope that those who make money can use this technology in a positive way and quickly produce genuine products. This is an advantage for us!

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