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Episode #3

July 11, 2019

How You Can Lose Your Facebook Marketplace Account Selling Property

Host of
REI Conversion Podcast

Jessey

Hey, how’s it going? This is Jessey Kwong. I’m the founder and podcast host at REI Conversion, with a back ground stemming from design, digital marketing, and Real Estate Investing.

My goals here at REI Conversion is to empower other real estate investors, like yourself, with the digital tools and strategies to help you get started and scale your investing business.

Not only do I work closely with our small team and the services at REI Conversion, but I love building conversations and relationships with all of our investors, listening to the needs to help investors to grow.

In this episode #3, we discuss how selling property can land your Facebook Account in the deep waters, what to do if your account is suspended, and other things to avoid that can lead to issues selling on Facebook.

Time-Stamped Show Notes

[00:03] Today’s Topic: How to get your Facebook Marketplace account suspended
[00:33] This is a situation I’ve actually had to deal this myself when selling property
[00:52] Linking too many times across your posts and messages to your website
[01:19] Performing a same action too many times
[01:37] You will not be able to send anyone to your site through posts or messages
[02:17] Solution: Resolving your link, report it
[03:07] Solution: Purchasing a new link and redirect traffic to your site
[03:29] If you want to avoid this, use a watermark link instead
[04:22] Getting your property post flagged/reported or removed.
[04:51] You’ll get banned from Marketplace and Buy & Sell groups
[04:59] Attempt to report the ban or suspension
[05:03] Creating a second account won’t give you access back to Marketplace
[05:33] What to do when your posts are in trouble
[05:52] Marketing tip: Using Emoji’s improves sale posts? (Adespresso Post on Emojis)
[07:04] Thank you for listening and join our ‘REI Conversion’ Facebook Group for more tips and podcast requests



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