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Social Media DIY Pitfalls

Social media marketing is a lot like a relationship. You can't just dive in and expect it to work out. You have to invest time into it, or else you'll end up with nothing but heartache and disappointment.


When it comes to social media for business, how hard can it be? Well, if you don't have time to stay up to date with what you've created, you may have created a monster. Leaving your business's social media pages unattended is worse than not even having social media at all.


Here are a few other pitfalls you may not have even thought of. Did you know that you can get banned from creating ads altogether on Facebook if you repeatedly break the rules? Do you know what those rules are? Something so simple such as using the wrong word could end up flagging your account.


Did you know that just creating a hashtag that sounds good to you, may actually lead you to zero results? Do you know how to find hashtags that work?


Want to know more?

See below for a list of relevant articles:

  • Personal Attributes: Facebook’s Advertising Policy prohibiting ads that contain personal attributes, including information on avoiding assumptions about someone’s personal attributes in your ads.

  • Sensational Content: Facebook’s Advertising Policy prohibiting Sensational Content, including information on avoiding shocking, sensational, inflammatory or excessively violent content in your ads.

  • COVID-19: Facebook’s Advertising Policies related to COVID-19, including what types of products and content are temporarily restricted or prohibited.

  • Cryptocurrency: Facebook’s Advertising Policy for cryptocurrency products and services, including information about eligibility to run ads about cryptocurrency.

  • Dating: Facebook’s Advertising Policy for ads about dating services.

  • Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers: Facebook’s Advertising Policy for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment, including information about eligibility to run these types of ads.

  • Online Gaming and Gambling: Facebook’s Online Gaming and Gambling Advertising Policy, including information on how to apply for eligibility to run ads that promote online gambling and gaming.

  • Personal Health: Facebook’s Advertising Policy prohibiting ads that generate a negative self perception or imply unrealistic or unexpected results.

  • Social Issues, Elections or Politics: Facebook’s Advertising Policy for ads about social issues, elections, or politics.

No need to worry about these pitfalls. That is why Digi_T Marketing was created. To keep you from having to make mistakes in your social media branding. We live and breathe social media.






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