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Facebook Ads for MovieSite?

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by 3antz, Sep 30, 2011.

  1. 3antz

    3antz Newbie

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    Hi, has anyone tried running facebook ads for a moviesite? It is considered as legal by fb? I'm having problems driving traffic to my moviesite so thinking of leveraging fb.

    Any advice would be great.

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. paperdonut

    paperdonut Junior Member

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    If you try it, I would try it on a new facebook ads account (So facebook doesn't ban your main account). Also, check their terms to make sure you're ok to run it.
     
  3. JessyCavalari

    JessyCavalari Registered Member

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    Hi,
    A while back when running my penny auction site i applied for FB ads and got rejected because apparantly the sites are illegal in the country we targeted; there wasnt any trouble, banning of accounts or anything, they just rejected it.

    But that's just one experience, it may be best to follow PaperDonut's advice
     
  4. 3antz

    3antz Newbie

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    Thanks Paperdonut & JessyCavalari for your input. I'll give it a try.
     
  5. EvanL82

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    I am actually doing this right now with my TV site and none of my ads have been rejected.
     
  6. dennisyu

    dennisyu Power Member

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    If anything, drive them to a facebook movie fanpage. Once it's approved set up a custom tab or something. Or send them to a movie blog and then just redirect.

    Think McFly. Think.