Problem with creating an ad on facebook

by Edi365
5 replies
Hi, I'm Edi From Israel.
I found some good offers on maxbounty that I would like to promote on facebook,
But I have a problem.
The offers is not for my country, So I get redirected to google.
I targeted only the allowed countries, But I cant create The ad.
It says: "we found 1 error and could not complete your order".
I think it is because they can't preview the ad.

Please help me as quick as possible
Have A Nice Week, Edi
#creating #facebook #problem
  • Profile picture of the author ruebenchigaru
    Are you direct linking? if so, don't. Use a presell/landing page that is not geo restricted. Facebook TOS mention that your destination URL needs to be viewable from anyway:

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    Geographic IP Address Restriction:
    • Facebook Ads are reviewed from a variety of international locations. Therefore, if you are advertising an external website that is restricted to people in certain regions, your ad may be disapproved.
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    • Profile picture of the author Edi365
      Originally Posted by ruebenchigaru View Post

      Are you direct linking? if so, don't. Use a presell/landing page that is not geo restricted. Facebook TOS mention that your destination URL needs to be viewable from anyway:

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      Geographic IP Address Restriction:
      • Facebook Ads are reviewed from a variety of international locations. Therefore, if you are advertising an external website that is restricted to people in certain regions, your ad may be disapproved.
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      You mean a squeeze page to collect emails and than market to them?
      The only way to promote these products using facebook is by landing pages?
      Because I dont want to get into Email Marketing yet.
      Is there a way beside landing pages?
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  • Profile picture of the author tdanz
    Use a proxy to see the offer from the country it is allowed in.
    You would not want to send traffic to a URL that you cannot check if working or not.
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  • Profile picture of the author balloondrop
    Never direct link, instead, use a landing page.
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    • Profile picture of the author Edi365
      Originally Posted by tdanz View Post

      Use a proxy to see the offer from the country it is allowed in.
      You would not want to send traffic to a URL that you cannot check if working or not.
      I Know its working...

      Originally Posted by balloondrop View Post

      Never direct link, instead, use a landing page.
      What do you mean?
      Collect their email? I dont want to get into email marketing just yet.
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