What is the review mechanism and process for Facebook ads?

All ads on Facebook or Instagram are reviewed to ensure compliance with your ad publishing policy before they can be displayed. Most ads are usually reviewed within 24 hours, but a few may take longer.

Ad review considerations

During the ad review phase,Facebook checks the image, text, audience targeting, marketing, and content of your ad's landing pages. Ads will not be approved if the content on the landing page is not properly accessible, does not match the goods or services advertised by the ad, or violates Facebook's advertising policy.

What happens when my ad is reviewed?

After the ad is reviewed,Facebook will notify you of the approval of your ad. If ads are approved, Facebook will start running them, and you can see their results in Ads Manager. If your ad is not approved, you can take appropriate action to remedy it.

What can be done if your ad is not approved?

If your ad is not approved for a policy violation, you can edit, modify, and resubmit it for review.

How do I edit your ad?

Check the email address associated with your ad account. If your ad is not approved,Facebook will send you an email explaining in detail why it was not approved.

You can modify your ad to comply with our rules based on the information mentioned in this email.

Introduction to editing features in Ads Manager

With the Ads Manager platform, you can manage and edit your campaigns, ad groups, or ads. Editing lets you change your campaign, ad group, or ad in serving or suspended. You can choose to publish changes now, or you can save them until they are published later.

Editing steps

By editing and updating the functionality of campaigns, ad groups, or ads, you can adjust the details based on their performance analysis.Facebook recommends that you use Ad Manager to review your campaigns, ad groups, or ad reporting metrics that you're considering changing. You can also copy your campaign, ad group, or ad before editing (not just editing) so you can run multiple versions at the same time to see which version works best. When you change your ad object, the new version replaces the old version;

In addition, you can click on the review at the top of the edit panel to review changes and check for errors before publishing. When you're done, click Edit to return to edit mode.

When you edit an ad, the interactive data (likes, comments, and shares) that the original ad post has received is not lost unless:

1. You're changing a photo, video, or both.

2, your ads are dynamic ads.

3. You use the same ad posts in multiple ads, such as secondary promotions.

4, the ad post has been published or scheduled.

Note: Editing certain details of your campaign, ad group, or ad may restart the Machine Learning phase or cause the ad review system to review your ads.

For example, you've been running a reach campaign across multiple placements, in which case you haven't selected placement optimization. You can then view the report results and break down them by bit. When you compare the ad group costs of different versions, you find yourself Facebook News Feed and Instagram Live pages spend the least amount of money on advertising, but achieve the highest audience reach. You can then edit the ad group and remove all other places, which will increase your chances of achieving your goals with less ad money.

Save the changes. When you save your changes, your ad is resubmitted for review.

Facebook complains about ruling

If you can't modify your ad, or thinkFacebook's ruling is wrong, and you can pass it.Forms"Complaint.