Facebook never ceases to amaze me!
Today, I published an article on "Best Weight Loss Workouts". It was filled with workout information, specifically cardio work. Attractive images were included, even real before and after images. The point of the post was to motivate others to get in shape and become healthier.I had recently begun to boost my Facebook ads to increase my audience. This was an experiment to assess the effectiveness of Facebook. Here is one of my images .......
My boost was rejected for this reason, as I understand their reasoning - my pictures are not in keeping with Facebook policy, since positive body images may create shame by those whose bodies are not as fit.
Are you kidding me?
Fitness and health are not in keeping with Facebook ideals?
We should encourage obesity and poor health so as to create lower standards and thereby better relate to more people?
There are 2 saving graces with this experience:
- I was not all that excited about paying for Facebook ads anyway
- My sense of the absurd remains intact
So....let's all dumb down to appease the lesser educated. And why not also stop forging ahead with Wealthy Affiliate since there may be laggards somewhere.
Okay, I have vented. Thanks for your patient tolerance!