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Anyone EVER Gotten their Weight Loss Related Ad Approved on Facebook Ads?!

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by mystery, Mar 23, 2012.

  1. mystery

    mystery Regular Member

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    Has anyone EVER gotten a weight loss related product ad approved on facebook?!

    I am starting to think it never really happens (unless you are one of 'em big dogs with big pockets who most likely partner with fb to kick out little peasants, allowing more space for them).

    I am linking to a squeeze page (100% fb terms friendly), that redirects visitors to a thank you page that has the link of the main cb product.

    I've changed my ad copy, image and tweaked the landing page a gazillion times... still, my ads got disapproved every time. I really lost count on how many times I got disapproved.

    Here is the vague message I get most of the time:

    The content promoted in your ad or Sponsored Story violates Facebook's Advertising Guidelines. Please visit our Help Center for additional information and examples compliant with our Advertising Guidelines.

    Starting to think it has something to do with the niche, and/or Clickbank products in general.
     
  2. legitnick42

    legitnick42 Registered Member

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    Use a cloaker. You're buying Ads on facebook and you aren't even aware of cloaking? :eek:
     
  3. WizKidus

    WizKidus Newbie

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    Sorry to resurrect such an old topic, but was curious if anyone else might have some input on this topic.


    I just started trying to get weight loss ads approved on fb and they seem to find an issue with every single image I submit and instantly deny the campaign.
     
  4. Van Damme

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    F. Pharmaceuticals and Supplements
    i. Ads must not promote the sale of prescription pharmaceuticals. Ads for online pharmacies are prohibited except that ads for certified pharmacies may be permitted with prior approval from Facebook.
    ii. Ads that promote dietary and herbal supplements are generally permitted, provided they do not promote products containing anabolic steroids, chitosan, comfrey, dehydroepiandrosterne, ephedra, human growth hormones, melatonin, and any additional products deemed unsafe or questionable by Facebook in its sole discretion.
     
  5. Privatelabel

    Privatelabel Registered Member

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    They are very strict. Once you are cut off of Facebook it is very hard to get back on. We have to be careful with certain supplements. Make sure it is an all natural supplement.