What do I do if my Facebook ad is not approved?
If an ad of yours is not approved, go to the Ad level in Ads Manager and click on “Edit Ad.” Then you can change your ad so that it follows the rules. That’s also where you will see Facebook’s reasoning for not approving your ad, which can guide you to fix it.
How do I get my Facebook ad approved?
5 Facebook Ads Rules to Follow to Get Your Ad Approved
- Don’t advertise prohibited products.
- Do be careful when advertising restricted products.
- Do use high-quality, relevant, truthful creative.
- Don’t link to an irrelevant, poorly designed landing page or URL.
- Don’t misuse Facebook or Instagram brand assets.
Why was my Facebook boosted Post rejected?
Often a boosted post is rejected for one of three reasons: 1. Too much text in the image graphic. If there’s too much text on the image (see above), try changing the text ratio by decreasing the font size or removing some the content from the image.
How long does it take Facebook to approve an ad?
Overview. Before ads show up on Facebook, they’re reviewed to make sure they meet our Advertising Policies. Typically most ads are reviewed within 24 hours, although in some cases it may take longer.
How do I appeal a rejected ad on Facebook?
In order to present your case and (hopefully) change the status of your ad, you’ll need to appeal a disapproved ad by filling out Facebook’s appeal form. By clicking the appeal button (shown in your Ad Manager interface), you’ll be able to justify why your ad should be accepted and doing so will prompt a human review.
How do I contact Facebook about a problem?
To report that something that isn’t working:
- Log into Facebook on a computer.
- Click in the top right of Facebook.
- Select Help & Support, then select Report a Problem and follow the on-screen instructions.
How do I know if my Facebook ad is successful?
Six, four, two
- You want awareness ads to be at least a six Relevance Score. Sixes are easy to get, especially when you‘re telling your story and customer stories through video.
- You want engagement ads to be at least a four Relevance Score.
- You want conversion ads to have at least a two Relevance Score.
Why is my Facebook ad in Review for so long?
Before your ads are published to Facebook or Instagram, we review them to ensure they meet our Advertising Policies. You can see the status of your ad in the Delivery column of Ads Manager. Most ads are reviewed within 24 hours, although in some cases it may take longer.
Why is my boosted post not reaching anyone?
If there are more boosted Page posts running than estimated when you boosted your post, the price will increase and reach will decrease. You will only be charged for the actual reach of your ad. Boosting a post that has been targeted to a specific location or language may also reduce your reach.
How long does it take for Facebook to review a report?
If the report is of a Photo or a Video then it should only take no more than a day or two for the report to be processed. If the report is of someones account or something large scale like a page/group then it could take up to a week from what I’ve experiences for the full review to be processed.
Are Facebook ads worth the money?
Are Facebook Ads Worth It? When you get right down to it, though, even a great cost-per-conversion doesn’t mean a Facebook campaign will be worth the money. In general, if you get more than $4.00 in revenue for every $1.00 you spend on advertising, that’s a pretty profitable campaign.
What is the best time of day to advertise on Facebook?
According to a Buffer study, the best time to post to Facebook is between 1pm – 3pm on during the week and Saturdays. We also found that engagement rates are 18% higher on Thursdays and Fridays. The best time to post to Facebook is between 1pm – 3pm on during the week and Saturdays.
How much should I spend per day on Facebook ads?
If you’re looking for the absolute minimum amount you should spend on Facebook ads, then even as low as $1 per day can still make a big difference. The average cost per thousand impressions (CPM) so far in 2020 is $9.77.