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After waiting about 8 hours, looking for contact with facebook (with no result.. am I blind?) I took the risky way. I redeemed my ad campaign once more, this time it appeared in "Campaigns & Adverts" properly. I have no idea why it didn't worked first time.. It could be some kind of bug, but I cannot approve this with any evidences. Edit: That really ...
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Facebook doesn't give much insight to webmasters about who shares their content. From this article: Unfortunately, what can be captured varies by where the users interact with the content; if they click through from the news feed., it will come through on a secured connection, and Google Analytics (and the browser) will only have the domain listed as ...
You might want to look into querying the status table, and searching for the url in messages? See more https://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/fql/status This Stack Overflow questions shows you how to search for strings: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4996710/facebook-fql-like-operator (I haven't tried it in practice, so let me know how it ...
Introduction According to my comment from question I finally found some time to deal with this problem myself. After reading many articles, and auditing many other site's code I ve partial answer. Most of them are theoretically deduced from given sources. I will update this answer after full implementation of social content on my site which will happen in ...
This same question was asked on Stack Overflow. The answer is that the Facebook scraper does not obey robots.txt or support a crawl delay. The best that you can hope for is implementing some sort of server side throttling. Some code for doing that has been provided as one of the answers on Stack Overflow.
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