Trying to get CPA on Facebook

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OK, I'm getting a little mad. I just tried putting two CPA offers on Facebook about getting a free iPad and both were denied. I looked in the Facebook "Advertising Guidelines" and can't find anything wrong with the offer I am using. Aside from asking for an email address, the offer doesn't ask for anything else.

Can someone tell me what I need to do to get a CPA offer on Facebook? I am currently marketing Peerfly ads, and for some reason none of them are working. I setup a redirect from one of my own domains to point to the offer, so I don't know if that is the problem.

Please help, thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Royce Space
    Originally Posted by KimboJim View Post

    OK, I'm getting a little mad. I just tried putting two CPA offers on Facebook about getting a free iPad and both were denied. I looked in the Facebook "Advertising Guidelines" and can't find anything wrong with the offer I am using. Aside from asking for an email address, the offer doesn't ask for anything else.

    Can someone tell me what I need to do to get a CPA offer on Facebook? I am currently marketing Peerfly ads, and for some reason none of them are working. I setup a redirect from one of my own domains to point to the offer, so I don't know if that is the problem.

    Please help, thanks.
    Contact your AM. He's knowledgeable more than any wanna be super affiliates here.
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  • Profile picture of the author speedylikesKJ
    Originally Posted by KimboJim View Post

    OK, I'm getting a little mad. I just tried putting two CPA offers on Facebook about getting a free iPad and both were denied. I looked in the Facebook "Advertising Guidelines" and can't find anything wrong with the offer I am using. Aside from asking for an email address, the offer doesn't ask for anything else.

    Can someone tell me what I need to do to get a CPA offer on Facebook? I am currently marketing Peerfly ads, and for some reason none of them are working. I setup a redirect from one of my own domains to point to the offer, so I don't know if that is the problem.

    Please help, thanks.
    Try adding geo redirection because mainly fb approval team is approving fb ads from Ireland and when you are promoting US Based offer they wont be able to see your offer LP in Ireland . If you need help with GEO Targeting consider reading Use Geo redirect for driving traffic to cpa offers | KJ Rocker << i use exact thing with fb
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    Originally Posted by KimboJim View Post

    OK, I'm getting a little mad. I just tried putting two CPA offers on Facebook about getting a free iPad and both were denied. I looked in the Facebook "Advertising Guidelines" and can't find anything wrong with the offer I am using. Aside from asking for an email address, the offer doesn't ask for anything else.

    Can someone tell me what I need to do to get a CPA offer on Facebook? I am currently marketing Peerfly ads, and for some reason none of them are working. I setup a redirect from one of my own domains to point to the offer, so I don't know if that is the problem.

    Please help, thanks.
    Sounds like those are probably e-mail submits? Which typically aren't allowed on Facebook.. are you using a landing page or direct linking?
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  • Profile picture of the author minigem
    Email submit offers are tough to get accepted on Facebook. Why? Because most of them are scams. Here are some reasons that runs in my mind:

    1. You might be direct linking and didn't use geo-redirection.
    2. You use words like FREE, GET, WIN.

    Even if it's an email submit offer, it still asks for extra information in the second page.
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  • Profile picture of the author EdBryant
    Running e-mail submits on Facebook will get your account banned pretty fast.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fary
    Peerfly is blacklisted by Facebook so you simply can not direct link from Facebook to any Peerfly offer. You can make sure of this by posting any link to Peerfly on your Facebook wall and you will get an error message.

    Luke posted to his blog about how to iframe any Peerfly offer so it is approved by Facebook. You can find this post here
    Direct Linking PeerFly Offers on Facebook

    Follow the instructions given carefully and you will get your ads approved.

    Good luck!
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  • Profile picture of the author OddJobb
    Im in the boat that email submits are no good on facebook. As a side note i have had facebook disapprove ads on purely emotional, illogical reasons. Sometimes an intern is having a rough day.
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  • Profile picture of the author EdBryant
    Its not true .. it depends on type of ad ..

    The reason your account gets nuked is because people complain. You can get ads approved but when people don't get their Free iPad they hit the little button next to every Facebook ad and tick the box saying this ad is deceptive.

    If an offer pisses off the users it won't last.
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  • Profile picture of the author Manoj V
    Many of the urls that networks use are blacklisted by Facebook due to complaints from users. Facebook bans links that have been flagged by users previously. Hence you need to use a domain redirect alongwith a geo redirect.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Lim
    You should read their policy before posting it here.
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