Facebook ads to squeeze page

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what is required of facebook ads to send traffic to a squeeze page?

can it just be a standard squeeze page with a headline, few bullet points, privacy policy, disclaimer and that is it?

or does it need to be something more to be accepted?
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  • Profile picture of the author DaveSerg
    Depends solely on what you are promoting and the traffics expectations.
    I.E if your selling a software a thin empty page with an email submit wont cut it and they will require further information on the software's features to butter them up.

    If you were promoting a free eBook about Dog Training a basic page would be more accepted as they are simply after a freebie.
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  • Originally Posted by wAvision View Post

    what is required of facebook ads to send traffic to a squeeze page?

    can it just be a standard squeeze page with a headline, few bullet points, privacy policy, disclaimer and that is it?

    or does it need to be something more to be accepted?
    As long as you have proper disclaimers like privacy policy and stuff,
    it should be good... Of course, assuming that what you're promoting
    follows the guidelines

    Just make the page valuable for the reader, otherwise you will have
    a huge abandonment rate and that can affect your account quality score.

    A simple page won't make the cut if you want quality leads. i.e a simple
    headline, two lines of paragraph and the opt-in is far from what I've seen
    people do on FB for lead gen.

    They now have video squeeze pages, even long squeeze pages with actual
    content, although at the end of the day, it all depends on split testing...

    Just a thought to keep in mind
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    • Profile picture of the author Egyfitness
      Originally Posted by GilbertoHernandez View Post

      As long as you have proper disclaimers like privacy policy and stuff,
      it should be good... Of course, assuming that what you're promoting
      follows the guidelines

      Just make the page valuable for the reader, otherwise you will have
      a huge abandonment rate and that can affect your account quality score.

      A simple page won't make the cut if you want quality leads. i.e a simple
      headline, two lines of paragraph and the opt-in is far from what I've seen
      people do on FB for lead gen.

      They now have video squeeze pages, even long squeeze pages with actual
      content, although at the end of the day, it all depends on split testing...

      Just a thought to keep in mind
      Depends on if you are sending the squeeze page to your fans who know you and know what the e-book is about or sending it to totally new audience.
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