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Facebook Ads - Any way to bypass the 20% text rule?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by cleverk2, Dec 7, 2015.

  1. cleverk2

    cleverk2 Registered Member

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    Hi folks; i'm wondering if anyone knowns (and maybe could share obviously) any way to bypass the 20% rule on facebook ads? i'm seeing ads here on my timeline that have a lot more then 20% and it is running for a lot of days, so i think there is a trick but i can't figure how :( hahaha. Anything that could help, i'll apreciate. THanks :)
     
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    i have only a printscreen, it's enough?

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    I think if you get a pure image of the ad in its proper dimensions and compare it with the grid it is likely to be found in compliance. Of course clearly it LOOKS to have a lot of text, but if that text squarely fits in the 5 boxes of the grid with no overlap, then it will constitute 20% or 5 squares out of 25 total squares. Keep your text in only up to five boxes of the grid with no overlap anywhere, and you will be fine.
     
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    Well, in the grid it shows 28% covering all the text. But maybe facebook identify "Nestle" as a trademark, so it may not count as text haha. But i think i saw other ad even with more text from the same page but i can't find here. Anyway thanks for the opinion :)
     
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    Thats right Nestle is count as a logo.