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Facebook paid advertising bypass editors

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Botterman, Jul 9, 2008.

  1. Botterman

    Botterman Registered Member

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    I had trouble getting my ads approved with facebook with the dating niche or pretty much any kind of niche. But what I figured out is to create an ad based on there guidelines and have it direct to a simple blogspot on your topic. Once your ad is approved create a redirect on you blogspot to whatever advertising landing page you want cpa offers adult dating anything but must be after approval with simple blog then you will get passed the human inspection. I guess you can do it with your domains too but have not tried it out.
     
  2. tiramisu

    tiramisu Newbie

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    Can you give me a sample of their definition of dating ads? What kind of dating ads that you got approved? Just provide a template if you don't mind.

    I tried various variation and always get notified that the text/image doesn't match with the service advertised.

    IMO the key is how to get decent ads approved as CTR is the king.
     
  3. CpaMaster

    CpaMaster Newbie

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    Here's a tip. If you are advertising for True.com, then say it in the ad. They hate Affiliates with a passion and even this wont save you from the Ad Nazi's.
     
  4. tiramisu

    tiramisu Newbie

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    Yeah that's what I did in the past, at some point ( I think mid / end June), those mods have became nastier and rejected my ads even though I was using the exact same formats that approved in the past.

    Oh yeah and if you submit rejected ads over and over again, they would ban your account.
     
  5. snoopsta

    snoopsta Newbie

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    Guys make sure you read the Facebook ads policy carefully.

    To make sure your ad gets approved, make the ad as relevant as possible to the site you're sending visitors to.

    Also, you must include the brand/site name of the site you're sending them to either in the Title, Description, or Image.