Is it possible to promote Peerfly offers with FB ads?

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Is anybody using fb ppc to promote Peerfly offers? The offer specs allow for "limited facebook promotion" with FB ads, no pages. So I used an external link with a redirect to the offer page iframed on my blog, but all my ads got disapproved. Should I just direct link to the offer or make an app and point my ads to the app (needs pre-approval from Peerfly).

I appreciate your comments or suggestions,

Johanna
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  • Profile picture of the author Mr Lim
    They mean you cannot promote via fans page but paid platform.
    For your 2nd question, I'm sorry not really familiar with FB.
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    • Profile picture of the author kyraline
      Yes, the ads are allowed, that is why I chose that option. Sorry if I did not make that clear. But the fact that they allow the advertising must mean that there are marketers using fb ads to promote Peerfly offers. I feel the problem with my ads is not the image or the title/text, but the landing page url.

      Thanks anyway Mr. Lin
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  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    Promoting affiliate offers sometimes can be a pain on Facebook, and like you said a lot of it does have to do with the URLs.

    But it isn't as hard as Google, and there is tons of volume.
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    • Profile picture of the author kyraline
      Yeah well to get to the volume you first have to get the urls approved, so I'm back to where I started this thread.

      Originally Posted by Greedy View Post

      Promoting affiliate offers sometimes can be a pain on Facebook, and like you said a lot of it does have to do with the URLs.

      But it isn't as hard as Google, and there is tons of volume.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cash37
    It just depends on what kinds of offers you promote, and you should use a LP at all times.

    I haven't run on FB so long with all the problems keeping accounts alive, but its still worth it if you can deal with making new accts every few days
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    Why not put CPA offer on your blog and share blog post on FB. Safe! You also get traffic and potential buyers...
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  • Profile picture of the author MilkerFocus
    Which niche it is?
    Did you try to use another landing page to test the result?

    Marcus
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    • Profile picture of the author kyraline
      Marcus,

      It's an internet tv membership offer comparable to Netflix. And no, I haven't tried another lander yet, I should do that of course.
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  • Profile picture of the author LukePeerFly
    Originally Posted by kyraline View Post

    Is anybody using fb ppc to promote Peerfly offers? The offer specs allow for "limited facebook promotion" with FB ads, no pages. So I used an external link with a redirect to the offer page iframed on my blog, but all my ads got disapproved. Should I just direct link to the offer or make an app and point my ads to the app (needs pre-approval from Peerfly).

    I appreciate your comments or suggestions,

    Johanna
    Facebook is no longer approving most email submit campaigns, so if that's the type of offer you are trying to promote you will probably get disapproved.

    On the other hand, if you're trying a gaming offer or another vertical, you may be able to get approved if you use an iFrame (100%, not within a blog post) or a use an HTML redirect.
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    • Profile picture of the author kyraline
      Hi Luke, I kind of hoped you'd chip in..

      No it's not an email submit. The visitor has to create an account. So you're saying that a 100 % iframe on a blog page (not post) is disapproved?
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      • Profile picture of the author LukePeerFly
        Originally Posted by kyraline View Post

        Hi Luke, I kind of hoped you'd chip in..

        No it's not an email submit. The visitor has to create an account. So you're saying that a 100 % iframe on a blog page (not post) is disapproved?
        Not sure what you mean 100% iFrame on a blog page. PM me your link and I'll take a look. The page your iFrame is on should only be the iFrame with 100% both width and height of the page.
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  • Profile picture of the author PiAlpha
    Actually I have done what you are trying to do.
    Facebook will most likely accept your ads, but I am afraid the results won't be so good.
    At least they were not good for me when I did it.
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    • Profile picture of the author kyraline
      Originally Posted by PiAlpha View Post

      Actually I have done what you are trying to do.
      Facebook will most likely accept your ads, but I am afraid the results won't be so good.
      At least they were not good for me when I did it.
      Thanks, but I don't see where this answers my question? If you read my post the whole point is Facebook DOESN'T approve the ads. Or are you just trying to bump your post count?
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      • Profile picture of the author kyraline
        Luke, thanks man, I got your PM, agree that advertising on FB is like walking in the pitch black dark, I mean a little direction as to where one has to make adjustments would be nice, wouldn't it?

        nstogsdill, you may want to look up Donald van Fossen (zerofill), he re-opened his CPA reborn about doing cpa with ppv advertising. It is currently priced at $67 but it is really, I mean really great, he takes you step by step through the process of setting up the campaign, the tracking, the landing page, he breaks it all down within the frame of an actual campaign he is running right now, so you get to see it all.

        Fondly,

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  • Profile picture of the author nstogsdill
    I've *never* done a cpa, though I am approved for several.
    Could someone send me a link to one of theirs so I see the whole process?
    link -> LP -> offer ?

    Thanks!
    Please, no "how to buy my program and make $1mil types..." *real ones "
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