We hide a comment on a post and mark it as spam if: We think it looks suspicious. It’s been shared too often in a short amount of time. If someone’s comment on your post was marked as spam, you can decide to delete it or approve it.
Why does Facebook keep saying my posts are spam?
Spam is sometimes spread through clicking on bad links or installing malicious software. On other occasions, scammers gain access to people’s Facebook accounts, which are then used to send out spam. If you can log into your account, we recommend changing your password.
How do I stop being marked as spam on Facebook?
Facebook Jail: The Best Ways to Avoid Being Blocked
- Take a Break in Between Posts. Don’t post a bunch of content right in a row. …
- Be Careful Tagging. …
- Never Add Someone to a Group Without Permission. …
- Don’t Post Images from Google. …
- Don’t Use Your Personal Account as Your Business Account. …
- Like and Comment at Normal Paces.
Why are my Facebook comments being marked as spam?
The following commenting behavior can cause comments to be marked automatically as spam: Including a signature in multiple comments. For example, appending a name or website link to the end of multiple comments. We recommend entering that information at Edit Profile > Profile tab instead.
How does Facebook decide what is spam?
If you are using your personal account, Facebook considers it spam if you contact people with unwanted content or requests.
- sending bulk messages.
- sending requests to people you don’t know personally.
- excessively posting links or images to other people’s Timelines.
How do I report a spam post on Facebook?
Posts on Your Timeline
Tap in the top right of Facebook, then tap your name. Go to the post and tap in the top right. Tap Find support or report post and then tap the option that best describes how this post goes against our Community Standards. You can also block the person who posted this content on your timeline.
How can I tell if Facebook is blocking my posts?
The only way you can tell for sure is to ask someone else if they can see any posts from that person. If they can see posts that you can’t, then you’ll know that person has blocked you from seeing their posts.
How long does Facebook spam block last?
Facebook’s penalties range from being blocked from posting to being cut off from logging into your account. These sentences can last from just a couple of hours to up to 21 days.