Today in episode 18 of The Art of Paid Traffic, I welcome back Justin Brooke as we shift gears from content marketing, which we talked about in Episode 17, to talk about another really timely topic which is Facebook ads compliance and guidelines.
In case you haven’t yet heard the last episode with him, Justin has been in the paid traffic space for over 8 years now and he runs a digital advertising agency called IM Scalable. He’s a really well known guy in the space, super smart with this stuff – especially FB ads compliance.
All of a sudden over the past few months more and more people are getting their Facebook ads accounts shut down. It’s really become alarming. Even people I know who are legitimately trying to do the right thing are being caught in this.
This is such an important topic right now, I’m devoting this episode with Justin and the next episode with another Facebook ads expert that I have a lot of respect for, Curt Maly.
In This Episode About Facebook Ads Compliance, You’ll Learn:
- The reasons Facebook is shutting accounts down and things you can do to avoid getting your account shut down.
- The three levels of account closures and how to avoid breaking the rules and the steps to go through if your account does get shut down.
- The best practices for your ads for staying compliant with Facebook’s guidelines.
This episode is chalk full of great stuff today. Hopefully this information helps you in staying compliant with your ads and keeps you from getting red flagged in any way.
Win a Free Personalized 10 Minute Facebook Ads Audit
I also want to let you know about something brand new I’m starting here on the podcast.
Every Friday I’m going to choose an iTunes review at random from that week and the winner will receive a free personalized 10-minute Facebook ads audit from me. This is where I review your Facebook ads and give honest feedback, ideas, and suggestions for improvement showing you exactly how to tweak and improve your ads so you can avoid wasting money while getting the best results possible.
I’ll give you recommendations on your ad copy, images, targeting, campaign set up, landing page, conversion tracking, pricing strategy, etc… I’ll troubleshoot why your cost-per-conversion is higher than you want or why you’re not getting many clicks on your ad. Any challenges you’re having with your ads, I’ll give you my recommendations for how to tweak and improve them. Maybe your ads are already doing well and you simply want to make them even better. I’ll share how I think you can do that.
This is a service that I normally charge $197 for so if you’d like to win one, head over to iTunes and leave an honest rating and review of the show and I’ll be selecting one at random every Friday.
Thanks so much, in advance.
Live 1-Day In-Person Facebook Ads Intensive
My next 1-day Live In-Person Facebook ads Intensive here in San Diego is coming up again on March 28th.
The Intensive is your opportunity to work with me in a very small group (limited to 5 people each month) for intimate coaching and training that will give you huge breakthroughs in your Facebook ads.
Regardless of where you’re at with your ads, you’ll leave the training having everything in place and running the RIGHT way, start to finish.
These Intensives are invite-only and first come, first served.
So, if you want my help in getting your Facebook ads rockin’ NOW, email us at [email protected] to let me know you’re interested in coming to the Intensive and we’ll coordinate a quick 15-minute Skype call to see if you qualify.
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Links & Resources Mentioned in this Episode
Justin’s website – adskills.com
Contact the compliance department if your account has been locked or shut down – facebook.com/business/resources
Facebook Ads Guidelines – facebook.com/ad_guidelines.php
Rick’s Facebook Ads flagship training: The FB ADvantage: Automated Facebook Ads Made Simple
Big Shout Out to Today’s Sponsor! — Shortstack
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