Facebook Help needed...

by MN786
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I want to run some free products like (free iphone), But Facebook don't allow me to put some words like "free, Win etc" in my ad copy and Title.
Can anyone guide me that what should I do to advertise these free products more over please let us know that what "words and phrases" are banned to use in ad copy from facebook?
#facebook #needed
  • Profile picture of the author Mahmoud Selman
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    • Profile picture of the author MakeMoneyJames
      Win free ipads/ iphones/tickets/laptops/whatever are SCAMMY offers for facebook. I would not recommend promoting those offers unless you want to risk getting your account banned. Fanpages might be different using them with the email submit... but Facebook doesn't like those offers for sure.

      Every time your ad is disapproved you risk getting your account banned.
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  • Profile picture of the author Justin Says
    If you want to do this then follow what I have to say below.

    1. Create a Facebook Page.
    2. Name the page "I Want an iPhone" or "iPhone Fans" or something of that nature.
    3. Direct your traffic through facebook advertising to that page.
    4. Now when you get fans to the page, you can keep in contact with them through status updates.
    5. Post a status update linking to your website (not the direct offer) with the offer on the page (like a banner, link, etc).
    6. Practice, practice, practice.

    Good luck
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    • Profile picture of the author MN786
      Originally Posted by Justin Lewis View Post

      If you want to do this then follow what I have to say below.

      1. Create a Facebook Page.
      2. Name the page "I Want an iPhone" or "iPhone Fans" or something of that nature.
      3. Direct your traffic through facebook advertising to that page.
      4. Now when you get fans to the page, you can keep in contact with them through status updates.
      5. Post a status update linking to your website (not the direct offer) with the offer on the page (like a banner, link, etc).
      6. Practice, practice, practice.

      Good luck
      Its really a great plan but My one CPA account is banned due to facebook page (I think due to Direct linking)
      But Do you Think If I redirect Traffic to my website it will not get banned?
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      • Profile picture of the author Justin Says
        Originally Posted by MN786 View Post

        Its really a great plan but My one CPA account is banned due to facebook page (I think due to Direct linking)
        But Do you Think If I redirect Traffic to my website it will not get banned?
        Contact the CPA network and make sure.

        But most of the time, if you are directing traffic to your own website then it's okay.

        BUT, this doesn't mean redirect your website to the offer. This means, do it the legit way. Link the people on Facebook to your website, where they can then decide if they want to be apart of the CPA offer.

        If you do things legitimately without sneaking things around, you'll be much better off.

        Just be sure to contact the network and make sure it's okay with that specific offer.
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        • Profile picture of the author MN786
          Originally Posted by Justin Lewis View Post

          Contact the CPA network and make sure.

          But most of the time, if you are directing traffic to your own website then it's okay.

          BUT, this doesn't mean redirect your website to the offer. This means, do it the legit way. Link the people on Facebook to your website, where they can then decide if they want to be apart of the CPA offer.

          If you do things legitimately without sneaking things around, you'll be much better off.

          Just be sure to contact the network and make sure it's okay with that specific offer.

          Thanks for you Kind Help Justine, I'll definitely follow your instructions
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  • Profile picture of the author sus4n.nic3
    I think, on facebook , there's not use free for promoting product, so don't use that words, use other words
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  • Profile picture of the author RhysEvans
    I was under the impression you can use the word free if you use the word participate in the ad copy as well. Its been along time since I have promoted email submits on Facebook but Luke @ Peerfly did a good case study.

    Facebook Ads Case Study – Movie Tickets
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by MN786 View Post

    I want to run some free products like (free iphone), But Facebook don't allow me to put some words like "free, Win etc" in my ad copy and Title.
    Can anyone guide me that what should I do to advertise these free products more over please let us know that what "words and phrases" are banned to use in ad copy from facebook?
    You would either need to try a different traffic source (ppc, ppv, etc) or find different offers that facebook will allow
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  • Profile picture of the author AMABIZ
    Nice tips from Justin above, I can use these ! Thanks
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