I know for a fact that the time web advertisers wait between submitting their ad and getting it approved is one of the most irritating. Some ad platforms are more irritating than others. For example, Google Adwords is great at getting those ads approved in a snap. However, LeadImpact is a headache at best. Facebook is pretty bad especially for those starting out. I believe the average wait time is about a day? (correct me if I'm wrong). Personally, I only have to wait 2 - 3 hours (a perk for being a long-time advertiser). But back to my point. It is a pain having to wait an entire day to get a measly ad approved. And when you wait a day just to see that it was disapproved, you feel like ripping your hair out. Luckily there is a simple cure. You could have your Facebook Ad approved in 5 - 15 minutes. Yes, you can have your Facebook Ad approved in as little as 5 minutes. Whenever you want to have your ad approved quickly you simply set your campaign's daily budget to "$10,000". Now don't be scared about blowing through $10,000 in a day. Here's why: 1) You won't spend $10,000 anytime soon unless you are targeting all of America. 2) Once your ad is approved, simply change your daily budget to whatever you want it to be. And... ta-dah! It's as simple as that. This trick should work for all Facebook accounts, regardless of seniority or ad spend. Why does this work? I'm not sure. Probably because the "$10,000" makes Facebook think you are a serious advertiser so they try to approve you A.S.A.P. Oh, I forgot to mention. This doesn't always get approval within 15 minutes 100% of the time. Sometimes you end up waiting an hour or so. This happens completely randomly though. For example: you could have 9 out of 10 ads in a single campaign approved in 10 minutes, and have the last ad approved in 1 hour. I have no idea why this happens, but I would always pick the 1 hour wait time over the standard 1 day wait time. Note:I just wanted to help people but mind you this is not my share, apparently i am on this guys list who shares some cool FB stuff so thought sharing it with you guys.