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What type of facebook ads get you banned?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Troshi, Jul 7, 2017.

  1. Troshi

    Troshi Senior Member

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    Assuming you aren't doing any type of cloaking, what types of things can get you banned? Trying to be preventative about it and avoid it eve happening.
     
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    From what I know, you don't want to create an ad that will be reported too many times
    So lets say if you target KKK supporters, I wouldn't promote a "black lives matter" shirt...
     
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    https://www.facebook.com/policies/ads/#PolicyPageAppContent
    Look in the section "Prohibited Content".
     
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  4. Troshi

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    So, wouldn't that be relevancy score?
     
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    It will affect your relevancy score too.I know of a few ppl that got their acc banned because they created ads that pissed people off so that they got their ad reported a ton of times and eventually acc banned.
     
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    If I had much money to burn I would do that just for giggles and vice versa, white power shirts targeting the black community hahaha
     
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    The issue with this, just like any affiliate program or ads site, is that there is SO much room for gray area and room for interpretation. Literally every single Buzzfeed article title falls under the "13. Misleading or False Content."
     
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    yepp that's true. If not 13, they can still go with 14,12 and 11.
     
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    Affiliate links perhaps.
     
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    I'm not direct linking (or redirecting or iframing), but I've got affiliate links contextually on an article and I'm using a Facebook tracking pixel on the affiliate page conversion.
     
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    Well that's okay since you are not directly cloaking the link on facebook but on a webpage.