About ThomasPaul
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Well, I thought I had written something in this earlier. I got into internet marketing february 2009. I’ve had some small

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Anyone have experience adding the Meta/FaceBook Pixel to the Wealthy Affiliate FaceBook PPC Conversion tracking section?

Is it the Pixel code that goes there or some othe

Trish has given you some very good advice and guidance here…let us know if you have any further questions.

-Mike

Hey Thomas,

Reading over your question, one needs to almost be a lawyer to be sure of the wording. WOW!

Anyway... I asked ChatGPT your question. See screen print below for the response...

Hope you find this helpful.

Hey Trish,

Thank you for your response. ChatGPT's answer matches my own thoughts.

Unfortunately, Meta/FaceBook doesn't seem to have a good way to contact them to ask for their permission.

They want you to receive written permission from them, but then give you no way to request that written permission. That sounds par for the course when it comes to these big social media companies.

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Facebook ppc conversion tracking / meta/facebook pixel?

Facebook ppc conversion tracking / meta/facebook pixel?

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Anyone have experience adding the Meta/FaceBook Pixel to the Wealthy Affiliate FaceBook PPC Conversion tracking section?

Is it the Pixel code that goes there or some othe

Trish has given you some very good advice and guidance here…let us know if you have any further questions.

-Mike

Hey Thomas,

Reading over your question, one needs to almost be a lawyer to be sure of the wording. WOW!

Anyway... I asked ChatGPT your question. See screen print below for the response...

Hope you find this helpful.

Hey Trish,

Thank you for your response. ChatGPT's answer matches my own thoughts.

Unfortunately, Meta/FaceBook doesn't seem to have a good way to contact them to ask for their permission.

They want you to receive written permission from them, but then give you no way to request that written permission. That sounds par for the course when it comes to these big social media companies.

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I was researching information for an article and noticed a photo of me show up in the images section of Google search result.

I figured it went to my website and was c

Wow, Thomas! I hope you get that rectified, my friend!

Jeff

Yeah, I've been reading up on it. It seems like misappropriation of personal likeness and rights to publicity along with copyright is what they're infringing on.

I'll probably see if I can get a consult with a lawyer on it.

I think that I would too, if I was in your boat, my friend!

Jeff

Looks like you are well covered here with some excellent advice and guidance.

Please let us know if you still have any questions.

-Mike

Hey Thomas,

Like Frank (aka FrankB-1) has already mentioned, all you can do is request the image of you be removed.

A few years ago, I had a vendor insist that I remove a screen print of his member's area removed from my review.

I took different steps, being sure to cover my legal butt, but in the end, I created a framed image and placed text across the image "image removed at vendor's request" and used that instead.

That step was taken when the vendor threatened to report me to the DMCA.

Can you get money from that merchant you say is using your image? Well, maybe if you hire a lawyer... but that's a big maybe. Plus, it would cost you more for representation than you MIGHT get from any case you take to court.

Hope you find this helpful.

How very annoying, but some good advice below.

I play by the rules, so it really irks me when someone steals my stuff to profit off of it. I think it's even worse that it's a merchant.

Have you filed a report?

Hi, Thomas

Since you applied to their affiliate program, perhaps you can have them give you a do-follow backlink.

However, if you would like the photo removed, let them know.

Frank

I thought about that, but it's so flagrant I feel like they owe me monetary compensation as well.

Not yet, the training isn't really applicable since they took a screenshot of a video.

Thinking about consulting with a lawyer. Might go through their website and see if they're using any more screenshots of me.

And that’s quite reasonable. If they have a high domain rating in your niche I would focus on the do-follow backlink. 😎

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Merchant is using a screenshot of me without permission - what would you do?

Merchant is using a screenshot of me without permission - what would you do?

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I was researching information for an article and noticed a photo of me show up in the images section of Google search result.

I figured it went to my website and was c

Wow, Thomas! I hope you get that rectified, my friend!

Jeff

Yeah, I've been reading up on it. It seems like misappropriation of personal likeness and rights to publicity along with copyright is what they're infringing on.

I'll probably see if I can get a consult with a lawyer on it.

I think that I would too, if I was in your boat, my friend!

Jeff

Looks like you are well covered here with some excellent advice and guidance.

Please let us know if you still have any questions.

-Mike

Hey Thomas,

Like Frank (aka FrankB-1) has already mentioned, all you can do is request the image of you be removed.

A few years ago, I had a vendor insist that I remove a screen print of his member's area removed from my review.

I took different steps, being sure to cover my legal butt, but in the end, I created a framed image and placed text across the image "image removed at vendor's request" and used that instead.

That step was taken when the vendor threatened to report me to the DMCA.

Can you get money from that merchant you say is using your image? Well, maybe if you hire a lawyer... but that's a big maybe. Plus, it would cost you more for representation than you MIGHT get from any case you take to court.

Hope you find this helpful.

How very annoying, but some good advice below.

I play by the rules, so it really irks me when someone steals my stuff to profit off of it. I think it's even worse that it's a merchant.

Have you filed a report?

Hi, Thomas

Since you applied to their affiliate program, perhaps you can have them give you a do-follow backlink.

However, if you would like the photo removed, let them know.

Frank

I thought about that, but it's so flagrant I feel like they owe me monetary compensation as well.

Not yet, the training isn't really applicable since they took a screenshot of a video.

Thinking about consulting with a lawyer. Might go through their website and see if they're using any more screenshots of me.

And that’s quite reasonable. If they have a high domain rating in your niche I would focus on the do-follow backlink. 😎

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