How Facebook bans your ad accounts
How Facebook Bans Your Ads Accounts
The Facebook platform is excellent at distinguishing between related assets. The algorithms use the collected information to build trust or distrust in a user account. When it detects that there are multiple accounts associated with a profile, the user's trust is reduced to such an extent that it gets blocked, even if it never launches anything on them. Arbitrage experts know about this, but no one has yet seriously investigated this fact.
How Facebook Algorithms Learn and Deliver Data
Facebook's algorithms are constantly being trained and improved in recognizing huge amounts of information entered by users. But this development is quite linear. At first, they learned to simply distinguish between text recordings in images, then they began to recognize audio recordings, for example, blocking copyrighted music. Somewhat later, FB created algorithms that easily began to recognize content in an image. Next came face detection technology. At the moment, the developers are actively working on training the system to recognize documents. Therefore, the advertising activities of some accounts are banned, and the business must be verified.
Learning algorithms has its own challenges. It is quite difficult for them to independently find the necessary information in the endless array of data, process and select the necessary information, transferring it to other algorithms. In order for a bot to learn, it must have a "data view" that consists of many multifunctional applications. This complex is engaged in the general development of artificial intelligence. Among these applications is Sparsity.
The sparse representation seeks to bring as many features to zero as possible, to make them insignificant, and then, from all potential observation factors, deduce the most significant ones that determine the probability.
The existing sparse models of studying huge data layers (including about advertising) distinguish 42 most significant models from their environment, which are studied on a large number of existing accounts. Facebook uses this scheme to neutralize fraudsters.
Having collected several serious models on one account (for one violation they do not give a ban), Facebook may well send it to the "red zone". He can forgive one or two small sins in the profile, but when the total amount of triggers grows, the trigger goes off.
Therefore, you need to take the sterility of your own account seriously enough. Otherwise, barely opening a new social profile, you can immediately get a blocked ads manager. Even if your account lies quietly and does not bother anyone, it may well earn a Policy ban without launching a single ad.
Facebook AI today makes full use of sparse view models to ban Policy accounts. The most significant trigger for him is the opening of personal accounts (not profiles) from the same IP address. Therefore, they must be changed every time. But the number of profiles on one IP-address is not limited by anything. But if several advertising accounts are created, then blocking begins immediately. And if one account is banned, then they will restrict access to others hanging on the same IP.
It is important to find verified and clean proxy addresses here. When you come across an IP from which accounts have been banned many times, then you can almost automatically be blocked. Because violations related to a specific address have been remembered by Facebook for a long time. And your newly created personal account is immediately under suspicion.
The definition program is simple. If different accounts use the same credit card, then if one account is blocked, all the others will be banned over time. A kind of chain reaction.
It is also important to take into account that, despite the received minor triggers, for example AD ACCOUNT PAYMENT METHODS and AD ACCOUNT COUNTRY, which are not taken into account by FB separately, there is still a comparison between accounts, and the piggy bank of violations is gradually filling up. Because the ban is issued for the total aggregate of all the collected "sins".
Also, Facebook pays attention to the name of additional profiles. That is, the name of the main profile cannot be replicated to all of your additional accounts. In addition, email addresses, domains, etc. must be different.
Accounts with identical cookies are also blocked after a detailed comparison of the FBs of all accounts. Domain names cannot be registered in batches, since this information is again used to link personal accounts. Domains are better registered as "private person". The bots check the WHOIS of all domains that run ads and if they find a match, they all contact each other.
Algorithms in order to check all the links posted on the landing pages. In the case when several different advertising offices have a link mass on the landing page leading to one FB page, then they must also be linked together.
Facebook perfectly sees how different FP pages register links in descriptions or publications to the same web resource. All of this is also linked together. This is certainly not an outright ban trigger, but the data accumulates and, in the end, is necessarily taken into account by the FB.
How to avoid getting banned?
Considering all of the above, we can make an unambiguous conclusion that Facebook takes into account every little thing, every user action in the creation and functioning of their advertising accounts and profiles. Therefore, you should also keep a close eye on the cleanliness of your account when drafting your ad schemes. Perhaps your today's actions with advertising, which, as you think, led to the blocking of your account, had nothing to do with it. Perhaps, old sins are simply remembered, which you yourself have forgotten a long time ago.