Big Facebook Ads!!!

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  1. premiumsource

    premiumsource Senior Member

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    Please look at the attached picture. Do you see the size of that ad? It is at least as twice as big as a regular one. How do they do it?
     

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    Can't find anything on it .
    Did you take that pic yourself; Maybe it's photoshopped?
     
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    A friend of mine took that screen shot, it's 100% legit.
     
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    It almost seems like they are using the 300x250 rectangle, but do you think the image used can stretch the ad any?
     
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    premiumsource Senior Member

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    No the image needs to fit in a 110x80px box.

     
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    That doesnt look like a real facebook ad that you can get through their self serve system. It looks more like a banner that was put there through what ever other ad platform they sue to sell those (double click / tribal fusion) then the advertiser sculped the banner to make it look like a normal FB self serve ad.
     
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    I did not know that they could do that. But I highly doubt that's what this is. This is a small school/college ad targetting people that already attend this particular school.