Five phrases to avoid in Facebook Ads

Last Update: January 26, 2019

I was just reading an interesting and enlightening article in Entrpreneur magazine (online) that I thought I'd share. The link to the article is below.

The gist is that Facebook is cracking down on spammy ad types. I've seen a few WA members who might just be asking for trouble with some of their claims and this is good information.

Plus, seemingly harmless things like all caps in a title or too many exclamation points may be subject to rejecting an ad. The FB algorithm can tell if you're keyword stuffing, as well.

This is a good guide to follow. I have a lot of Facebook followers and even though I don't boost a lot of my posts, when I do, I sure as heck don't want my ads rejected.

5 Forbidden Phrases You Absolutely Must Avoid in Your Facebook Ads

I hope you find it useful, too.

Thanks for reading.

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5-qpq Premium
Hi, Cheryl,

Great information. Thank you.

Becky
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CherylK Premium
You're very welcome, Becky. I'm glad it was a useful post.
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AlexEvans Premium
Hi, Cheryl, thanks for sharing this I found it particularly interesting, it is always good to stand on the right side of the ledger when it comes to crafting ad copy.

Alex
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CherylK Premium
You're welcome, Alex. I always need refreshers on these sorts of things.
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hilarybassak Premium Plus
Thanks Cheryl - Great tips
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CherylK Premium
You're welcome...So happy you liked the post!
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Lazyblogger Premium
This is why I stick to the training here at Wealthy Affiliate. Jay shows you exactly how to set up a Facebook ad. And that works for me. Kyle Bing ad set up is still my gem. Thank you for letting us know. This is very useful.
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CherylK Premium
Thank you...glad you found it useful. Yes, Jay's training is tip top, of course. This is just a good reminder for those who already know the "rules" and a primer for those who are new.
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CherylK Premium
Well, I'm embarrassed! I have a typo (Entrepreneur) in the very first sentence and as a proofreader in another life, that's totally unacceptable.
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