As you know, advertising on Facebook has completely changed the advertising game. They make it easier for large and small companies to reach their target audience innovatively and efficiently. The possibilities are endless. Of course, unless your advertising account is disabled. If this happens to you, don’t worry! You’re not alone. This content will help you deactivate your Facebook advertising account. If you are sure, learn how to prevent your account from becoming invalid in the future.
Why account is disabled?
Unfortunately, Facebook doesn’t always give you an exact reason why your account is disabled. If you see such a message, you should check their advertising policy. This post describes the common Reasons why an account is disabled.
The most common reason an account is deactivated
So when try to log into my advertising account, You declare that your account has been disabled because it violated Facebook’s Terms of Service or Advertising Guidelines. You are completely shocked, and the first thought is clear. There are many reasons why you can disable your advertising account. Facebook lists these reasons
on its advertising policy page. The most common reasons are:
Pending or unresolved settlement
Facebook describes branded content as “all texts, photos, videos, instant articles, links, 360 videos, live videos from media companies, celebrities, or other influencers featuring third-party products, brands, and sponsors. Defined as “post.” For example, makeup brands can work with beauty influencers to promote new eyeshadow palettes.
Content involving sexuality
Believe it or not, this is a topic that Facebook describes as a “common point of confusion.” While other platforms may give you more space in this area, Facebook has strict guidelines on what it deems acceptable for explicit material and images.
Use of the Facebook brand
Facebook links to Facebook or Instagram content (pages, groups, events, sites that use the Facebook
However, the Facebook brand cannot be “the most distinctive or prominent part of your creativity.”
You might think: “Use the Facebook logo in your ads to get your viewers’ attention.” Perhaps the
announcement seems more “official.” We apologize for bursting the bubble. Using the Facebook
logo in any shape, form, or format is strictly prohibited.
If a personal advertising account is disabled, it can be dramatic on both a professional and personal
level. .The best option is to use the chat appeal process described above. And don’t forget to keep
trying, even if you get a no for the first time. One student had to try five times in three weeks to get
her score back. If that doesn’t work, use the following process to set up a new advertising account.
- Find a trusted friend, colleague, or any family member.
- Go to that person’s home (that is, they are using a different IP address).
- Ask the person to open a new business manager account.
- Set up a new advertising account in Business Manager.
- Set up a new Facebook business page.
- Receive new types of payments, like new credit and debit cards.
- Apply to be the administrator of the new page and account to have all administrator privileges.
- You may need to place your ad on a landing page on a different domain than above.
You will no longer have a personal advertising account, and you also no longer have a business
account that is “technically” owned by a trusted friend. There is no way to restore your personal
advertising account unless you get help restoring your personal advertising account or setting up a
new personal Facebook profile, but this violates our Terms of Service.