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April 1st, 2009, 03:19 PM #1What the hell is wrong with Facebook?!?!
We've had a few people in our affiliate program that have been trying to set up ads on Facebook and I have to tell you, THEY'RE HORRIBLE. There were a few affiliates comlaining about their advertising policies and setup, so I decided to test it myself.
I haven't had the chance to post any ads on Facebook yet, so I tried to post a few today, but had absolutely NO luck doing so. Every ad I posted was rejected with no other explanation other than to tell me to look at their guidelines. I looked at the guidelines over and again and I can't seem to figure out what I'm doing wrong.
The ads were VERY simple and I followed ALL of their rules (as far verbage, offer, punctuation etc.) and still no luck.
Are they really so big that they can afford to make it this difficult? From my understanding the traffic they send is awful anyway, so I'm done trying.
April 1st, 2009, 03:23 PM #2
Could be that they didn't approve the landing page (URL).
I don't know if they are so big to be difficult, but they are new to sales ... so kinks are to be expected.
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April 1st, 2009, 03:30 PM #3
That would be weird, but I guess possible. It's the same landing page model I use for Google and the other SEs, but maybe they're just a bit more strict. My real beef though is that they don't really even tell you what you're doing wrong (like Google does). It's pretty ridiculous IMO.
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