getting your FB ads approved !!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by web genius, Dec 14, 2013.

  1. web genius

    web genius BANNED BANNED

    Jul 24, 2012
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    So I was having a heck of a time getting my "make money online" ad approved by FB. Sometime it gets approved, other times it gets disapproved. And when you are trying to test headlines for conversions, it can be very frustrating to edit an already approved ad only to get it disapproved later.

    Here's my "solution" - create a post with a mild, informative headline. Place an ad for "post engagement" for this post. The mild headline will appear in your FB ad near the top of the ad, almost like a sub title underneath your page's official title. This mild headline will not have a good ctr for obvious reasons.

    But the good news is when your ad is approved, you can edit the description of that post any time and your new content in that post will appear in the ad without any need for further review again! Which means you can change the content of your ad, put a link to your external website,etc, and your new content will appear in your ad live.
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  2. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

    Jun 17, 2009
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    This is pretty good but once fb users start complaining, FB will then manually review your account.

    Then BAM.

    Rinse and repeat?
  3. NoelP

    NoelP Registered Member

    Dec 10, 2013
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    FB Ads is so annoying as you can easily get your account disabled...I got my FB ad account disabled for doing silly changes like changing the address and payment method to a foreign one. My advice if you're going to use a fake address is to make sure you use one from the country you opened your FB account. FB bots can detect this so you'll be flagged.
  4. racket

    racket Regular Member

    Jun 1, 2011
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    whats the point...
    so a post on your page will get approved? so if anyone clicks it, they will see the post and not your site...

    dont think many people will click an ad and then click another link to see something.