To advertise on Facebook do you need to click Special Ad Category

Ads for credit, employment or housing offer

for a Black Friday post?

Thanks for the help!

Catherine

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MoranaM Premium
Hi! Facebook have some issues with credit, loans and employment ads (for employment based on gender and ethinicity. It doesn’t mean your ad will not run. I had problem with my ads for employment few times, had to write to them my ad is not violating their policy and all was good. It doesn’t have to be the case for you, just saying - don’t be surprised if they don’t approve the ad at first.
Hope this helps ☺️
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CathyOliver9 Premium
Thanks for the advice and the help!

Have a great weekend!

Catherine
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exgrosteve Premium
There are a lot of potential ad categories if you're going to pay for an ad. Facebook Blueprint have a lot of free training available and it gives you trusted points for following their courses too. Another way is to make a post on your business page and then boost the post when Facebook offers that. You then get to select where you want it to be shown. Hope this helps a little.

Steve C
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CathyOliver9 Premium
Thanks for the tips, Steve!

Have a great weekend!

Catherine
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exgrosteve Premium
Thank you Catherine, you too :-)

Steve
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Jukkah Premium
I just created a post about the black Friday deal on my blog and shared that on a Facebook post. Then I just ran a post boost. So I don't think you need the special ad category if you just share a post. If you are planning to advertise your affiliate link directly, then maybe but I wouldn't advise you to do that anyway.
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CathyOliver9 Premium
Thanks for the advice!

Have a great weekend!

Catherine
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