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Trying to do the poll page linking to a CPA offer, ads continuously disapproved

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by cam94z28, Apr 12, 2011.

  1. cam94z28

    cam94z28 Newbie

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    I have kept changing my landing page (poll script). I even created a mini privacy policy clearly above the fold on the landing page stating that unless otherwise noted, an email is the only required information. I also changed the fb ad, adding something along the lines of "submit your email address, and receive a free gift" (offer was a gift card offer, one field - email). Tried another lady gaga offer, and still no dice.

    Are poll landing pages linking to CPA offers now useless on facebook ppc? Or is there something I'm still doing wrong?

    Below is the Disapproval reason, it's the same every time:

    Please review the specific reason(s) for your ad's disapproval below. Please consult our Terms of Use and Advertising Guidelines for more information.

    The content of this ad does not accurately reflect the product or service advertised. Ads must clearly disclose what actions are required to receive the product or service. The landing page must also explicitly state to what extent a user's information will be used or distributed. Before resubmitting your ad, please visit our Help Center for additional information and examples compliant with our Advertising Guidelines.

    I don't want to keep getting ads disapproved, as facebook may eventually ban me. I have already tried direct linking 3 or 4 offers, even ones that were graphical mini-polls in themselves, and was immediately disapproved. Is there a download in the member dl's section that might help?
     
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  2. MysterAr

    MysterAr Newbie

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    I get your mp and I'm here to answer

    Pays attention to the following sentence
    "The content of this ad does not accurately reflect the product or service advertised."

    I bet you didn´t put in the ad that you can "win". Put the same on the landing page.

    If you send me your ad and your landing page´s link (by mp). I can correct you the error.

    Please, in the pm put your email.

    MysterAr


     
  3. cam94z28

    cam94z28 Newbie

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    Wow, I'm surprised you found my post after receiving the PM. good eye :)

    I didn't use the "win" angle, but instead offered a free gift for voicing their opinion (one of two cpa links depending which answer was given). One went to a "lady gaga tickets" offer, and the other went to a $500 gift card offer. I believe I mentioned the free gift in both the ad, and the landing page.

    Is it unlikely that facebook is clicking on the yes/no links, and the problem lies purely on my landing page vs my ad? I read somewhere that the facebook editorial team only goes as far as the first page.

    I will send you my pages tomorrow
     
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  4. MysterAr

    MysterAr Newbie

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    cam94z28
    Please, send me a mp with your email. i can´t reply you because i have few post.

    I can solve this problem is easily. Let me explain the solution by email and then if you feel well share it with friends on the forum.

    MysterAr

     
  5. zenoGlitch

    zenoGlitch Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Don't direct link to the offer page. You need a squeeze inbetween.
     
  6. nesterdwarf

    nesterdwarf Regular Member

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    I think you're problem is you're presenting it as 'do this and get this', and instead you should be presenting it as 'do this and get a CHANCE to get this'...see if that helps.

    HTH
    ND
     
  7. da buck

    da buck Regular Member

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    Just make your fb ad say "do you like lady gaga?" or whatever you want. Send them to your poll, but don't have your poll link to the offers. Once fb approves it add the offers back in.
     
  8. efwebs

    efwebs Regular Member

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    Facebook doesn't like CPA offers. Some will get through, but they know that it takes a lot more "voicing your opinion" to win any of those email/zip submits. They are just scams waiting to happen. Of course they block them.

    Then again, I've seen other people get my exact offer with similar ad approved, so maybe there's a trick to it. Those people are probably redirecting the offer after it's been approved.
     
  9. cam94z28

    cam94z28 Newbie

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    thanks for the replies. I will take everything into consideration. I will probably try pausing the ad, linking the voting page to a generic "thank you" page, then unpause and change the links once approved.