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FB Ads and the IM niche?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by kytro360, Dec 22, 2013.

  1. kytro360

    kytro360 Power Member

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    Hey,

    How do I get FB ads approved for the IM niche? I've tried so many varieties of my ad copy from mentioning quitting their job, to telling them that it generates traffic but nothing works.

    Any advice?

    Also, would you recommend linking to a squeeze page or to my blog where I give them content and they can subscribe if they'd like?

    I really need help making this work for list building.

    Thanks!
     
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    | ALIEN | Regular Member

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    I'm sorry, are you having trouble getting your FB ad approved or converting visitors?
     
  3. chaldoflirt

    chaldoflirt Regular Member

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    send them to a landing page or website and if they still dont approve you need to use a cloaker.
     
  4. H2oBoy

    H2oBoy Regular Member

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    Just a FYI...when you do get your ads approved, though I'm not sure why they're getting denied...but your costs will be LOWER if you keep your visitors ON FACEBOOK....Use something like 22Social to find out how...when you direct viewers AWAY from Facebook...costs go up!

    Good luck w/finding a solution to why your MMO related ads are not getting approved!
     
  5. kytro360

    kytro360 Power Member

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    A mixture of both.

    I've tried a bunch of ad copies and FB keeps dissaproving my ads. I don't know how to make it so they can approve it.

    And I've tried sending traffic to a fan page and only got like 22 likes after spending like $15. On top of that no one opted in. I'm willing to pay a little more for leads and not fans.
     
  6. IamNRE

    IamNRE Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Tired of working for someone else?
    Click here to become your own boss.

    real visitor=> your landing page

    facebook ads team => a simple landing page that points to a amazon book. :rolleyes:
     
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  7. kytro360

    kytro360 Power Member

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    LOL the funny thing is I've done ad copy like that and its gotten dissaproved. I'll have to try it with a cloaked link and see if it gets approved.

    Quick question, whats the likelihood of them finding out about the cloaked link? I don't want my Facebook getting banned.
     
  8. mrblackjack

    mrblackjack Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Check your email, see what the reason for disapproving was, then, you'll find out if you need to cloak. And yes, they can find out you cloak and ban your account, unless you use an excellent Cloaker.
     
  9. shaggy93

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    If you don't want to get your account banned then get with
    legitimate stuff buddy. Facebook mainly hates affiliate.
    Try Teespring, Zazzle, Zappos promotion.

    Its the new trend of Q4, you can bank decent cash but you're
    a little bit late.
     
  10. kytro360

    kytro360 Power Member

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    Mainly stuff along the lines of..."We don't accept make money at home offers or MMO stuff blah blah blah". Its frustrating because I've seen top marketers have their ads approved no problem, etc.
     
  11. Paper-Boy

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    Well those ads that got approved either have an account running on FB for so long or are one of the lucky ones.

    Try promoting other whitehat niches for the meantime before doing affiliate marketing.
     
  12. Ianaesthetized

    Ianaesthetized Regular Member

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    I find once you get one disapproved ad that account is pretty well fucked.

    and yes, facebook especially hates biz op
     
  13. RMasta

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    don't get what's the problem...did u read adds rules?
     
  14. crackedcreative

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    Trust jacker is a wordpress plugin that allows you to be able to redirect your website to another website. Good for getting ads approved. You can then go back into the dashboard area and add what ever aff link you want.

    i was surprised when I had a "make 45$ a day" ad approved.

    one thing that I have always stuck with is setting up ads at night time (New York EST).

    anyway, with Facebook, there can be a number of variables as to why an ad gets/doesn't get approved.

    good luck buddy.