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Facebook ADS account spending logic

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by ababila, Dec 20, 2014.

  1. ababila

    ababila Newbie

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    Hi guys! :)

    I am new to the forum and I have a big question for you! I have been spending about 150? per day on Facebook ADS on white ads but then my account was blocked with no reason, and this has happened many times.

    In the case I have a new Facebook ADS account, I know it is a good habit to begin spending low amounts. On my new account, I have now spent 10? on the first day and 20? on the second day. On the basis of your experience, how should I manage this spending in order to reach the possibility to spend 150 or 500 or 1000? daily on Facebook ADS? How much do you usually spend in your first days and first month?

    Personally I have a 200% on completely compliant ADS, therefore I could earn with no limits in the case I could spend much more. :cool:

    Thanks in advance! ;)
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    How were you paying for these ads? Using a credit card or paypal?
     
  3. ababila

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    Hi! I have been using both PayPal for Business and CC. Always same names. On the new account I am using a new CC. Is there any difference?
     
  4. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    In regards to spending, try spending $10 a few days. Then spend $20 for a few days. Then spend $40 for a few days etc etc etc.

    I find that going the slow and gradual way helps me stay under the radar. Even with whitehat ads since my account is fairly new.

    BTW, this is just based on my experience.
     
  5. ababila

    ababila Newbie

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    Thank you for your answer! Yes, I am now adopting the same strategy. It is frustrating but let's wait and see.

    An OT: I am using completely different information for new accounts but there is something that it is compulsory and can't be changed: billing information (VAT number) is the same for all accounts in my case. Can it be a problem?
     
  6. ababila

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    Yes, CC from safe international bank and same fb account name.
     
  7. racket

    racket Regular Member

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    what error message did you get?
    you say you are running compliant ads, but you might be wrong if your account got disabled
    or was it a different error message?
     
  8. ababila

    ababila Newbie

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    Always getting banned for the ads. I know they are compliant since my sales manager tells me they are, but we can't figure out the reason of the block. Still waiting for Facebook review team answers though, but time they take is so long that one cannot simply stop working.
     
  9. gilmah

    gilmah Junior Member

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    Facebook ads is very strict nowadays so if you don't want your account locked, do this thing:

    1. Don't clear cookies
    2. Don't change browser
    3. Don't change IP adress (change is ok but don't change the city your ip adress, example you make fb ads on new york, dont login to your fb ads account ouside new york ip adress)

    Use all 3 and your account will be safe 99% I guarantee