Course Creators’ Blueprint to Facebook Ad Account Safety

Course Creators' Blueprint to Facebook Ad Account Safety

Is your Facebook Ad account at risk of being shut down? 


If you’re a course creator or membership site owner, listen up! 


The risk of Facebook shutting down your account is real, and it’s time to face it head-on. 


Here’s how to avoid it. 


The Facebook Ad account policies are extensive and often unclear. You’re not alone if you feel overwhelmed. But fear not, I’ve got your back! In this thread, I’ll share some essential policies you need to know to avoid ad account shut down.


First, never use “before and after” images in your ads. Facebook considers them “personal attributes,” and that’s a big no-no. Second, avoid using “get rich quick” language. Facebook wants to promote financial stability and not scams. Lastly, never use profanity or sexual language. Keep it professional!


Next, be mindful of your ad targeting. Avoid targeting or calling out personal attributes like race, religion, or political affiliation. Facebook takes this seriously, and it’s essential to respect people’s privacy. Also, never use misleading or false information in your ads. Honesty is the best policy!


Finally, don’t promote prohibited content. Facebook prohibits ads promoting tobacco, drugs, adult products, and dangerous supplements. Make sure to check the full list of prohibited content before creating your ads. Avoiding prohibited content will keep your account safe!


The best path to avoiding Facebook shutting down your Ad account is to understand the guidelines and policies. Never use “before and after” images or call out personal attributes, avoid “get rich quick” language, never mislead your audience, and never use profanity. 

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