I am working through a daily challenge that last 90 days and I am on DAY #8 (Week1, Day1), to become the best me, for my Relationships, Health and Business ( Online ).
I am completing the tasks I chose, they are set a level to challenge me, to a point where I am outside my comfort zone, that way I will grow over the 90 days and improve all aspects of my life. So I can Live A Life I LOVE.
The challenge came out of Momentum Day with the Six Figure Mentors ( a group of individuals who have made it in business and earn at least 6+ figures salaries and pass the elevator back down to us new to business, who are needing assistance and advice and a good kick up the arse 🙂 ) and we reviewed the Five Steps to Success, and gained insights into online business marketing from the founders and mentors Stuart Ross and Jay Kubassek.
I completed all my challenge tasks for Day 8 and I am feeling superb from the exercise, juicing, being more connected and the business challenges of Blogging, Broadcasting, getting Facebook ads out, learning how to create the best adverts to grow my business online. Onwards and upwards.
My proof, I am using the iphone to collate image proof using the app in itunes called “Pic Stitch”.Day 6 of 90 Challenge to be the best in Relationships, Health and Business with the assistance from the SFM and DEA
Facebook and it’s too powerful.
I had a good day apart from the Facebook slap for what they called Profane language, You get a standard reply, totally impersonal from Facebook and no come back without getting slapped again, Facebook has too much power in my book.
If an advert is not to the liking the information should be relevant, I say Mole Hill and they accuse me of climbing Everest, come on Facebook you stop ads based on small issues and send out a message saying :
It looks like your advert didn’t meet our guidelines, so it wasn’t approved.”
and follow up with :
“Here’s why we couldn’t approve this advert:
Your ad wasn’t approved because it doesn’t follow Facebook’s Advertising Guidelines for language that is profane, vulgar, threatening or generates high negative feedback. Ads can’t use language that insults, harasses or demeans people, or addresses their age, gender, name, race, physical condition or sexual preference.
Before resubmitting your ad, please visit the Help Center to learn more and see examples of ads that meet our guidelines.
If you’ve read the guidelines in the Help Center and think your ad follows the rules and should’ve been approved, please let us know.
For more information, read our advertising Terms and our Ad Guidelines. These policies help keep Facebook safe and welcoming for everyone. If you think your advert meets these guidelines, please let us know.
The Facebook Adverts Team”
And the link “Help Center” within the email gives you this page !!
Says it all doesn’t it FB :), especially as you won’t talk to us in person about the issues you see in our adverts, not like Adwords who will sit on the phone and explain in detail, come on Facebook get your act together please !!
This is my advert page, I do not see anything here that is “profane, vulgar, threatening or generates high negative feedback. Ads can’t use language that insults, harasses or demeans people, or addresses their age, gender, name, race, physical condition or sexual preference.” – do you ????
As I say Facebook has too much power and is not the internet government none of us voted for.