Compliance With Facebook Ads: The Good And The Bad

First and foremost, even though money is power, customers are not always right on Facebook. Facebook has the bad habit of punishing its customers for some rule violations. Hence, stay updated on what Facebook changes in its advertising policies.

Compliance With Facebook Ads: The Good And The Bad

Despite their willingness to spend large sums of money on this social media platform to promote their brands, many businesses struggle to break into Facebook ads.

Here, we'll show you how to break through the Facebook taboos and create a successful business page.

So far, our Facebook experience has shown that your attitude and willingness to compromise come first.

The second step in promoting your page, articles, or products on the platform is to learn how to avoid rejection of your advertisements.

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First and foremost, even though money is power, customers are not always right on Facebook. Facebook has the bad habit of punishing its customers for some rule violations. Hence, stay updated on what Facebook changes in its advertising policies.

It all depends on what do you plan to promote on Facebook. They have rules and you get to learn those rules on your own, or if you find the appropriate links that explains the do's and don'ts.

So far, we believe Facebook is the easiest way for anyone to promote their products, brands or campaigns.

If you follow the rules, you win. If you don't you risk big.

Rules and compliance

How do you comply to Facebook rules in order to run a successful campaign on Facebook?

Let's see what Facebook says in its report on ecommerce trends on its platform.

To make it more complicated for the clients, Facebook says, "Noncompliant ads can increase sales friction. Our ads and commerce policies cover the steps you can take to help ensure that your products, services and ads provide a great experience across Meta technologies."

You do have to read all the fine prints on Facebook ads compliance and policies. Otherwise, you may be wasting your time trying to boost posts that are in violation of rules and you may get yourself blocked from advertising.

For publishers, you have to follow these principles:

  1. Make sure your advert is not attacking a politician in particular. Politicians have a deal with Facebook it seems that covers their interests. Maybe, but do not go against them and advertise it. Facebook will reject the advert though Facebook allows you to publish the post.
  2. If your article is about elections, make sure you click the following on the Facebook post boost page:
With this, you can supposedly boost 'political' social, elections posts' but Facebook reserves all the rights to ban you from promoting such posts.

Beyond that, anything is possible, except promoting cigarettes and smoking which is banned on almost every single advertising platforms.

Read more on compliance here.

The Good Things

Here's the good things that comes with Facebook ads. But first you should follow these:

That is because diverse creatives unlock new audiences during key sale moments. Thus do not stick to one creative idea or template or visual. Produce more visuals for your product or products.

Post them, boost them and wait for the results. If they do not come by, you must be doing something wrong.

On the other hand, here's what Facebook says Malaysians are looking for in their year-end shopping spree:

Keep Learning

The learning phase is valuable to make campaigns more efficient. Businesses can learn quickly by consolidating campaigns and ad sets to reach 50 conversions per ad set per week. This is especially critical for major sales events where sales may be short-lived.

Hope this article has helped you get on with your plans to advertise on Facebook.