Ways to pass moderation on Facebook
Passing moderation in FB
Probably only the lazy one didn't write about it! But few people say that you can drag a “suspicious” ad through the verification process if you first put it on the page in the form of a post and let it lie for 2-3 days. It would be better if you run this engagement post without specifying a link to the combat page. After 3-5 bucks of ebb, run this post again for new leads (the main thing in the creative is to specify "use page publication"). Facebook algorithms will be more willing to skip such pages.
Addition: if you add a "suspicious" picture to the cabinet (when a creative is being created, but you do not launch the RC on it immediately), give it some time to lie down, then in 90% of cases this method passes moderation.
I think you've never come across an advertisement in your feed that redirects to a regular fake page of some kind of weight loss. If you look at the history of advertising, you can see how it has been successfully functioning for more than one month. How does this happen?
It's all about competent "cleaning of traces". Such landing pages are simply teeming with a huge number of links, where literally every element has its own. Such a large number of resources simply misleads the neural network and your battle links and the "order" button easily passing moderation.
Interestingly, if you try to scatter such links competently (to some authoritative sources), you can even arouse the trust of users. Therefore, this approach kills 2 birds with one stone.
Many of you are aware that advertising, which is launched on traffic, goes much better than the one where optimization is performed for conversions. But such RC leaders are rare and quite expensive. You can get into your audience by endlessly sorting through adsets (there are successful cases), using targeted creativity and using target shamanism.
We recommend taking a closer look at other ways of optimizing and advertising campaigns. The algorithms are sharpened so that they are suspicious of the actions of webmasters, which are initially launched for leads, but under the API conversions are launched much easier.
Video advertising (politics, bitcoins, too), which was launched for views, is well moderated. You can purchase a short, simple domain for landing, place it in large letters on top of the video. This will provoke users with handles to go to the site and bring you leads.
There is also a way of js integration, when the placement of their landing pages occurs on more trust sites, and filtering of incoming traffic occurs through Java Script
How it works:
1. First you need to register a domain;
2. We are setting up the domain in the tracker (it will perform the function of an auxiliary tracking domain, and not be used directly when setting campaigns);
3. Next, you need to create a website using the constructor (choose any of the available ones);
4. Setting up a campaign in tracker;
5. Now we take a piece of code from the campaign settings and paste it into the landing template;
6. Configure traffic filtering in the campaign settings.
It is considered a fairly reliable scheme. When launching traffic, use the Tilde or Shopify platforms to reduce the likelihood of campaign rejection. This will allow you to forget about mass account blocking, and your traffic source likes it.
General tips for passing moderation
* try to choose ethical content. Don't use sexism, racism, objectification. FB algorithms is very strict about such issues;
* focus on the image. As is correct, the smaller the text, the higher the chance of not being caught touting the product. Visual content has a higher CTR than text content;
* more humor. When creating creatives, use interesting and funny images that will make the user smile. To increase the trustworthiness of an advertising account, use likes and reposts. Increase sharing;
* consider relevance. Make sure that there is a correspondence of landing pages and ads;
* remember about fact checking. Since 2017, FB has been conducting stricter control over the reliability of news.