It’s come to my attention that there are several sites, including Facebook, that are now getting blocked on the internet, and this is a movement that is starting to sweep the internet. I’m under the impression that there are those that want to make sure that the masses do not have a chance to succeed. One way to do this is to keep small, home businesses at bay by controlling their traffic. What’s going on with Facebook’s policies is just part of why legitimate traffic is getting blocked.
Think about this.
If you are a small home business just starting out and you need to market your business, where do you think you will start your journey? My guess is you will find a place on the internet that you can get free to almost no cost advertising. Somewhere social that has little to no cost to advertise. Places like mlmleadsystempro.com, empowernetwork.com, and betternetworker.com are all getting negative feedback at a site called mywot.com. This abbreviation is ‘My Web Of Trust’. Unfortunately, this site is currently compromised by the very standards that they use. People have gone in and figured out how to ban traffic to specific domains. When the 3rd party company has been compromised and you get on the list of domains to be blocked by either Facebook, Twitter, or any other social networking site, your ways of advertising that site have become just a tad bit more involved.
Facebook Needs You
Gather up 5 of your best friends and sign up at mywot.com. After registration, go in and like a bunch of sites that the community have liked. Once you have done this, the site gives you credibility and then you can go take your credibility and make a negative remark/comment on the site you do not like. It’s almost like tossing fireworks at a building that you believe to be making the community a bad place to live. If enough of the fireworks are tossed at the building, the building is “banned” from standing in that community.
When someone takes money from another without just cause, that is stealing. Why would that be allowed on the internet as well? So the solution – for now – is to go in and register at the 3rd party site that Facebook uses for filtering. Do as I described above and then once you have some internet credibility on this site, go and make comments on the profile for the sites listed above and any others you believe to be good sites that need a boost in rating.
Here’s a link to the video: Facebook uses bad filtering methods
If you have a mere 10 minutes to go through the steps above and help other home based business owners out and also change the face of free speech, I and many others would be grateful!