Why Your Facebook Ads Get Denied
How To Build Websites - Facebook And YouTube Ad Compliant
Words And Other Things To Avoid In Your Ad
- Weight loss
- Make money
- Work from home
- Any slander/ cursing
- rich/ poor
Other Triggers to Avoid:
- Personal attributes
- Bold claims
- showing “money” in images/videos
- Showing images that are zoomed in on a particular body part (teeth,
stomach, butt, breasts, arms, legs)
- Showing before and after photos (fitness/ weight loss particularly)
- Over using punctuation. For example: !!! or ???
- Change “how to” to “how I”.
- Speak in the first person “Here’s how I bring local businesses more
customers” rather than “Here’s how YOU can....”
- Use the word “Ya” rather than “you” if you must use that particular
verbiage otherwise avoid those type of sentence structures as a whole.
- Use positive images (people smiling, laughing.... FB image recognition
- Use positive words (happy, laugh, fun, exciting)
What to do if your ad gets disapproved?
Step 2: Double check you have no auto-popups on your landing page
Step 3: Double check you don’t have a video that auto-plays on your
Step 4: Update your landing page if it is missing these elements.
Step 5: Request a manual review of your disapproved ad (if you know for
certain you are following TOS. If you may not be... then delete the ad and
relaunch a new one that does fall within TOS)
What to Say to a Facebook Ad Rep when requesting a manual review of
● Use words like “please, thank you,”
● Remember they are human and be overly kind and appreciative (your
account is in their hands and some kind words goes a long way)
● Mention you are familiar with ad policies
● Explain you are running an ad for xyz type of client
make any bold claims in your ad
● Link directly to your landing page so the ad rep can easily and quickly
review your landing page
● Mention you believe Facebook’s algorithm made a mistake (show the
ad rep you are knowledgeable with their system so they trust you are
● Mention although you are confident the ad is within TOS but that it’s
possible you made a mistake and are happy to make any changes
● Again be kind and polite (overly polite)
Make Sure That Your Facebook Ad Image Does NOT Contain More Than 20% Text
Facebook Disclaimer Template For Your Landing Pages:
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Income Disclaimer Template For Your Landing Pages:
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Make Sure To Familiarize Yourself With Facebook's Paid Advertising Policies
Copy and paste this link into your search browser to view: https://www.facebook.com/policies/ads/