1. ContainingMisleading content:
The most commonly misleading content is that your ad says that your company or product is the first or best in the world, but you don't have proof from a third-party company. Try to avoid using exaggerated and false words.Other than thatUse misleading buttons, i.e. images that users believe your ad has something that doesn't actually have functionality (e.g. adding a video playback button to a still image)
2. Contains inappropriate content:
such as adult content, controversial content, profane words, misleading, forged documents, including spyware or malware links, and moreOther than thatProhibit the use of scary, bloody or shocking images。 These contents have broken the law in everyday life,Facebook is no exception, and it's normal to be banned.
3. The text of the link URL is different from the LINK:
For example, you show a URL abc in your ad . com actually press down but even xyz . Com. This is not allowed by Facebook.
4. Words with the meaning of "press this now":
If you want your audience to press your button and jump on a web surface, you'll want to use its "Call To Action" feature, or Facebook will stop your ads immediately.
Referring to pyramid-based direct marketing, it is recommended not to use Facebook ads, which Facebook has a lot of restrictions on.
6.Picture text coverage is not the right
We found that the text content is less than 20% the picture performance is better.Because all newly created ads must be reviewed to check the proportion of text in the ad image. Based on the results of the review, ads with a high percentage of image text may have fewer coverage or may not be shown at all.
If you want to retrieve whether your ad text coverage is too high, you can useFacebookOnline image text checker.
7.Compare pictures before and after:
Ads should not use "back and forth" images, or images that contain unexpected or impossible results (such as side-by-side comparisons with amazing weight loss results). Advertising content should not be intended to promote dieting, weight loss, or other health-related products, thereby implying or attempting to create a negative perception of the audience.
Ads must not contain a modified or expired version of the Facebook logo, nor can it mimic or use similarFacebooktrademarks, names, domain names, logos, or other elements to avoid confusion. At the same time, use the FacebookThe logo shall not be implied with Facebook There is a partnership.