I was trying to send members of my Facebook group, other dog owners, messages requesting information about Bernese Mountain Dogs, known as Berners. Trying to include my website (www.BernerPlatz.com) in messages. or the full url, https:**www.BernerPLatz.com) ... I am a member of several Facebook groups who share information about Bernese Mountain Dogs, known as Berners. I seek information from, and provide information to, other Berner owners through a website www.BernerPlatz.com, which translates to "BernerPlace." When I try to message someone and use that website, I'm told it violates community standards. Please explain why Swiss-German for BernerPlace violates community standards, but I can message someone the web address www.scheisen.com...which is German for sh*t and it goes through. **I would like www.BernerPlatz.com to be allowed in messages to fellow dog owners. Thank you.
The messages include my website which asks for and provides humorous and helpful information, free of charge. No products are sold.
I want to be able to include my website address when I message members of the several dog groups to which I belong. That web address is www.BernerPlatz.com...or the long url: https:**www.BernerPlatz.com
I have been using Facebook for several years.
I have sent messages about this through the Community Standards response mode, but have received no reply, other than being told to review the community standards.