Facebook Ads Account Disabled? The 8 Most Common Reasons Why « The Blog of Matthew Loop

Facebook Ads Account Disabled? The 8 Most Common Reasons Why

Are you making these EIGHT common Facebook advertising mistakes? Facebook can suspend, disable, or ban your account permanently if you are. Don’t be caught with your guard down. Watch this video immediately. 

 

 

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Matthew Loop is an author, speaker, philanthropist, and the highest paid social media revenue strategist in North America. He helps brands, startups, celebrities, and small business owners multiply their influence, impact, and income by harnessing the power of the Internet. Connect with him on Instagram, Twitter and Google+.

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2 Responses to “Facebook Ads Account Disabled? The 8 Most Common Reasons Why”

  1. Joshua Duffy says:

    Would it be a problem to use a new study in your headline? Such as how chiropractic + footlevelers orthotics proven to reduce LBP by 40%.

  2. Matthew Loop says:

    Facebook doesn’t like the word “proven” nor do they like claims even if they are true. I don’t believe they would approve that headline. Even if they did, making claims is still against their terms of service.

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