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how any posts daily allowed in facebook before get banned any specific numbers anyone with experience posting in facebook groups
Well I guess that would be up to the page owner. If it's your own page then you can post however many times you want throughout the day and everything will be fine. If you're posting/spamming a third party facebook page then your posts will get deleted pretty quick because the page owner will start getting pissed off when they see you post every 7 seconds lol
You can also get banned from the page entirely, which is never fun. If you get banned from the page you will never be able to get back on there and post to all it's users. So when you're posting, I would try to answer questions that other people have posted and it just so happens that I used my own website as an example of what to use to solve their problems
You do have to be careful doing this though. If you get banned from a couple of these pages, you may lose access to facebook all together. Facebook doesn't have the man power to check every report, so they automate it. If you get banned from a few groups I wouldn't be surprised if you couldn't access your profile again. The automated system might kick in and just restrict you entirely, and then you're done for unless you can gain access to private proxies or a great VPN.
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He's talking about Facebook Groups Raz not Pages. But what you've said would still apply to groups too though. In that you shouldn't really post to a Group too many times a day because if the Group owners or even users see it that you are posting too many posts too quickly to the Group, the owner will likely remove you from the Group or the users of that Group will report you. If that happens, you are right, the algorithm will deal with you by itself without any interaction from any of the Facebook team and that could possibly mean a ban from posting to any Group for a while. From a few days up to a couple weeks which can slow you down. For this purpose and reason, it's best to only post to a Group several times a day. The best time to post is in the morning, afternoon and evening time. Any more than this is just pure spam.
There is no limit to how many posts you can make in a Facebook Group. But that doesn't mean you should flood it with loads of posts! In fact doing that will either get you removed from that Group so you can't post to it again and can't join it again either also. Plus if the owners don't see you doing it and remove you, the users of that Group will and will report you for it. Get too many reports in the same day and the Facebook automated system will kick in and ban you (jail) from posting in ANY Group for a while. This could be a few days to a few weeks depending on the severity and how many posts you've posted in the last hour sort of thing.
Why would you want to know how many posts you can post before before you get banned anyway? The only reason I can see anyone asking a question like that is because they want to spam those Groups. But that's not smart Facebook marketing and is all going to come crashing down around you and all your posts are going to get deleted. So what would you achieve from that? Absolutely nothing but a temporary Facebook Group posting ban. It's pointless.
If you want to post a Facebook Group, post no more than three times a day. The best times to post are in the mornings, the afternoons and in the evening time. Any more than this is just spam because it creates a bad user experience for the people in that Group. Try to engage with other peoples posts, and they will see you doing that and then be more inclined to do the same for your posts. Ask questions and answer other peoples questions. Interact and engage. Don't just spam and go what good is that going to do other than tarnish your reputation?
Yeah I have to agree with you on this one Mike.posting loads into one group is not going to achieve anything at all., I never post more than once a day in any group unless it is one of my own groups and even then I don't go crazy with posting. I would stick to Mike's suggestion of no more than three times a day spread out evenly.
Each group has its own moderators and admins and they will decide how many times you can post in one day to their group.Some groups are set so that the admins approve the posts first.
If post too often to one group the admins may ban you or may flag your account to Facebook as a spammer so this has very little to do with Facebook.
Then if you are asking how many groups can you post to in one day that is a completely different question. If you post to too many groups in one day or post too quickly in too many groups then Facebook will block you from posting or commenting in groups for a set amount of time. I think it is 3 days,
I believe the maximum amount of group posts you can make in one day is 50, however you cannot go from doing no group posts ever to suddenly posting in 50 groups. You need to work your way up to 50, This is my experience anyway.
So for example post to 5 groups a day for a week, then each week up the daily posts to groups by 5 until you reach 50 a day.
The other thing to look at is the space of time between posting in groups. If you are using software then set it to post into 10 groups at a time and then wait an hour before doing the next 10.
I think making comments like people are taking a guess in answering your question is not quite fair Sanfora. Everyone in this forum is helpful and friendly. Your questions have a tendency to be very unclear, with very bad grammar, no punctuation and hardly any information. I'll be straight with you here, the way you write a question it is like a shot in the dark trying to answer. To then moan at people for "taking a guess" or like in your other post's comments you said you didn't want an answer is hardly fair on the community.
It makes me want to not respond and try to help you when you post.
I hope my answer has helped you and that it is what you are looking for.
That's excellent info Lynne. Very helpful and informative. I didn't even actually know that myself. I'm not seen anyone post 50 posts in one day to one group before. I'm sure there are people that do post a lot, too much too quickly. But they probably are the ones that get banned swiftly as well and even blocked from posting to any other groups for a while (Facebook jail). A place where Sanfora will surely end up if he doesn't take all this excellent and amazing advice on this page to heart! ;)
Oh that 50 limit is not in one group, that is to 50 groups in one day... not sure I wrote that a little ambiguously
But yeah I currently post to maximum 40 groups in one day.
I see yeah. What you have to keep doing with FB is testing. Pushing the boundaries of what you can do and get away with a little each more each time. Like instead of posting just 40 groups in one day. Try posting to 50. And if you get away with that for a week. Try posting to 60 and so on. Because it's all about "patterns" with FB. As long as you do what you normally do and don't do anything unusual, you can get away with pushing it more and more each time. I've noticed this with fb group posting. On some accs I have I can post to up to 200+ groups in one day no problem if I take it slowly. And of course you can scale this up. Instead of just you posting to that many groups in one day, have several other accounts posting for you too, whether same description/link or different description same/different link. But that's not fair is it?
I've never heard about group posts limit, in fact there's no real limit. But, if you are posting very fast you those post will be recognized as spam, and your account will be temporary blocked. However, to avoid this make sure that you're not posting spammy urls/content , and try to post between minutes and not seconds. In the end everything depends on the group administrator/s.
It depends mainly on if you're the page/group owner on the facebook site you're talking about. I know that group owners always have some limits of how many posts that their members could do in a day so as to keep order in place in such group. However, if you're the owner of such groups on Facebook, then I think you can post as you like on such groups on facebook.