So I created a Facebook post and tried to boost it and it was rejected and the reason was "Your ad wasn't approved because it doesn't follow our Advertising Policies by advertising "work from home", MLM, get rich quick and other inaccurate money-making opportunities. "

My post was this:

Want to learn how to create a profitable blogging business that generates passive income?

There's an online training platform called Wealthy Affiliate that teaches people how to build a profitable business from the ground up. They supply you with free websites, training, tools, support, and 1-on-1 coaching. Click on my link below to learn more: (link to my WA review)


Is there a way to get this to work by rewording it or something?

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tommmm111 Premium
It sounds ok maybe you can submit it again. Let us know if you get it, good luck.

tom
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sns1977 Premium
I dont think it was that. My WA boost was accepted 2 times now. I was very clear on what I was promoting.
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MrKent Premium
Do u mind sharing your facebook post? I want to get an idea of what is acceptable. I wont copy it, but Ill use it as a reference point.
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sns1977 Premium
Yes I will send it to you. Give me a couple of hours.
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sns1977 Premium
Im sorry I need more than a couple of hours working overtime today. It will be more like tonight but I will get it to you.
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RAFStuart Premium
Just a re-word should sort it out.
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Chrissies Premium
Its not a good idea to mention Wealthy Affiliate, try adding your post leaving out those words.
If that doesn't work, then try to re-word it completely.
I'm sure you will find a way round it, because that is just what I do :)
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seconds2work Premium
I learned from trial and error; When I first started working the social media, I received warning every time I posted. It's now been months, and I have not received a warning.

There is more work involved, but I believe it's worth the time.
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Chrissies Premium
Mistakes are one of the best ways to learn aren't they? :)
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seconds2work Premium
Without mistakes, I would not be able to move forward.
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Chrissies Premium
Absolutely :)
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MrKent Premium
How is your experience with paying to boost facebook posts? Do you actually get premium sign ups by doing so?
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Chrissies Premium
I haven't actually tried that for WA, but I would think its worth a try, am thinking about doing it :)
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seconds2work Premium
Hi Mr. Kent,

I ran into the same problem. Facebook and a lot of other social media platform won't allow its members to post affiliate links in the article.

I found that when I create a post on my personal website, I can create a post on a social media and place a link to my website article.

So, what I do now is write a post that leads back to my personal website; from there I can lead my potential client to my Wealthy Affiliate profile.

I hope this helps you.
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MrKent Premium
Im not sure I understand. So you write a post on facebook that leads back to your personal website's post without affiliate links, then from that post without affiliate links you lead them to another post WITH affiliate links?
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seconds2work Premium
1. Create your post on your personal website with your affiliate link leading to Wealthy Affiliate.
2 Create a post another post without any affiliate links on your social media page; do add a link leading to the post you created on your personal website.

Your followers can read the post on your social media of choice. if the content is engaging, your followers will go to your personal website for more information. From your website, they may follow the link to WA.
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MrKent Premium
Yes thats what I did, but it was rejected. I didnt post any affiliate links in my facebook post itself, just a link to my WA review post on my website.
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seconds2work Premium
I would try re-writing the post on Facebook telling folks why you are looking to get into affiliate marketing. Maybe you should not mention any affiliate program.

On your website, you can mention WA.
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