Please note that when advertising on Facebook you should follow Facebook's Advertising Policies.
Facebook's Advertising Policies provide guidelines about which ads are acceptable and unacceptable on the site. When advertisers place their orders, their ads are reviewed against these policies.
In order not to have your ads or ad account banned by Facebook, please pay close attention to the following:
- You should not use redirect URLs in your advertising.
Example - http://oactt.voluumtrk.com/ef100113-59cb-442c-a468-7517058a08b1
We often receive the following response from violators:
“It is a usual tracker URL. We use it only to get statistics to analyze. Using such URLs allows us to learn which ad set or ad performs better and gives better results. I am sure that all your partners use such trackers. At least the ones with a large spend.”
Nevertheless, the rules are clear – redirect URLs are forbidden on Facebook. In case of detection of such URLs in an ad account, we will have to stop all advertising campaigns and block the access.
Why? Because redirect URLs can be replaced to lead to adult, dating or any other forbidden content.
Look for other ways to get statistics here
- You should not use low-quality creative materials (pictures, videos, etc.)
All ad accounts are evaluated for policy compliance and quality of ad content. When accounts have run ads that are not policy compliant, they are disabled.
Moreover, accounts can be disabled for running misleading ads that resulted in high negative feedback from people on Facebook (“Do not show this again”).
Facebook’s primary goal is to provide the highest quality user experience.
Some examples of such ads:
Please remember the importance of using qualitative and appropriate creative materials – the success of your advertising campaigns depends on this first and foremost.
Example of qualitative and appropriate ads:
- You should not run misleading ads
Advertising deceptive, false, or misleading content, including deceptive claims, offers, or business practices is strictly forbidden on Facebook.
For example, such images cannot be used for advertising:
If you advertise some miraculous cream or dietary supplements you have to place the image of your product on your creative materials so it would be perfectly clear what is being advertised:
Also please note, that running ads that contain "before-and-after" images; images that emphasize an “ideal” body or body parts; images that contain unexpected or unlikely results is similarly not allowed on Facebook.
- You should not run ads promoting replicas of famous brands
Another category of forbidden Facebook content – replicas of famous brands.
Please note that it is also considered to be misleading and deceptive content. Such ads do not pass the moderation process and often lead to the immediate blockage of your whole ad account.
We are Facebook & Instagram Preferred Reseller in Russia so our reputation suffers when our client’s accounts are banned or have any policy violations. If such violations happen twice, we will have to refund all client payments and stop cooperation.
We hope you understand.