MY FB AD NOT APPROVED - WHY

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Hi mates,

how is it goin??? just today i managed to start an advertising campaign in faceboom and my ad was not approved..its a money making related ad and the reasons why they didnt get it approved is this:

"Ads for "work from home", get rich quick and other inaccurate money-making opportunities that offer compensation for little or no investment aren't allowed on Facebook. This includes pyramid schemes or other money-making business models which do not fully explain any product or opportunity that makes a claim of income."

My ads copy text is this one:

"Discover A RARE Method To Build A List Of 1000+ Subscribers In Under 2 Days - ACT NOW"

My landing page url used to redirect vissitors from the ad is this one:

hxxp://onlinemoneycrusher.com/get-1000-subscribers-list-fast

nedless to say i wanna thank u all in advace for all the tips and advices coming out from u all buddies!!

wish u good day!!

cheers
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  • Profile picture of the author paulgl
    Building a list, is connected to nothing except IM. IM is
    connected with get rich schemes, work at home, etc.

    Very hard to work around that.

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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by paulgl View Post

      Building a list, is connected to nothing except IM. IM is
      connected with get rich schemes, work at home, etc.

      Very hard to work around that.

      Paul
      • Most recent election campaigns build email list.
      • Most offline newspapers build email list.
      • Even my local bowling alley builds an email list.

      There's nothing wrong with building a list, it's just like anything else in this world, some people are scammers, some run a legit business & don't spam.

      That landing page in OP doesn't stand a chance anywhere, no detailed info. & screams spam.
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      • Profile picture of the author paulgl
        Originally Posted by yukon View Post

        • Most recent election campaigns build email list.
        • Most offline newspapers build email list.
        • Even my local bowling alley builds an email list.
        But those entities are not putting ads on FB to build an email list.

        Nobody would put an ad on FB to build an email list, unless they
        were into IM. IM>>get rich, work at home, ...

        Sure, I sometimes give my email to the pet shop, cost plus, etc...
        but not to a FB ad. I want special deals, not IM garbage flooding my
        inbox.

        Paul
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  • Profile picture of the author drewfioravanti
    90% of the ads I am served are MMO ads. And most lead to thin squeeze pages. I have noticed a huge increase lately.

    The only page I "like" that would make me a target is Frank Kern, which is obvious.

    I have been think that either someone has released a cloaker that everyone is using, or FB has gotten VERY lax with their ad approvals.
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeFriedman
    Originally Posted by onlinemarketer23 View Post


    "Ads for "work from home", get rich quick and other inaccurate money-making opportunities that offer compensation for little or no investment aren't allowed on Facebook. This includes pyramid schemes or other money-making business models which do not fully explain any product or opportunity that makes a claim of income."
    I think they gave you a pretty detailed answer right there. Those kind of ads are not allowed. Period. End of story.

    Where is the confusion?
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  • Profile picture of the author netanel23
    Try making it sound less spammy and you may get by.

    I see many email building ads so you can get through, maybe it requires an established FB advertising account though.

    I've never had a problem getting stuff through FB.
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  • Profile picture of the author syrena143
    I think you should read the rules of Facebook before creating your AD.
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    • Profile picture of the author nik0
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      Lol how many threads we get where the company in question provided the answer already.

      Do you guys have such a reading problem or are you just plain ignorant?

      I can't even count the times I saw threads or emails saying something like: "I got banned from Adsense cause of thin content". Why did they ban me? :rolleyes:
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  • Profile picture of the author aars14
    What i do feel is that your landing page lacks content and an authority (about us, privacy policy, and other pages) so that is why it is not being approved.
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  • Profile picture of the author andybeveridge
    I just got exactly the same reply for an ad pointing to my offer in my signature. I wrote to them stating that "The one month to money program" is a video course showing exactly how I make my money online and about as far away from a scam as you can get. I also mentioned that it was part of a course that I used to sell and now it was being given away free.
    They wrote back and said this...
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    Hi Andy,

    Thanks for following up on this. It appears your ad was mistakenly disapproved. However, it has now been re-reviewed and approved. Sorry for any inconvenience.

    Please note that although we approved your ad, this ad may remain paused until you manually resume it. You can access your ads and change their status at any time by clicking the Ads Manager or "Ads" link in the Applications menu when you're logged in to your account.

    So it is worth contacting them.
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  • Profile picture of the author newbigboss
    facebook is making mess these days, they are not providing any accounts....
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  • Profile picture of the author banwork
    Facebook has many automated methods for rejected ads. Certain combinations of words produce an auto reject. I submitted a really long post that tripped the MLM disapproval even though it was a Facebook ad FAQ which had nothing to do with MLM. I got the post manually approved by submitting the form but this is not likely to be a solution for you. Keep trying different wordings for your ads and see if they get approved. You may also need to take the link out and use a Facebook squeeze page.
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  • Profile picture of the author Karan Rawat
    facebook Sucks
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