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    Quote Originally Posted by Scampi View Post
    I've just done my first proper FaceBook ad and have currently had 166 link clicks for only a 15.52 spend. That seems really good value to me, is that the norm?
    Yeah, that's pretty good, Scampi. Good on you!

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    You have to be really sneaky / untruthful to keep up facebook advertising. More chances of doing that in specific gambling players groups. Less and less people like affiliate or casino pages, it taints their reputation.

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    It is very hard to promote on Facebook this days, they become very restricted with casino commersials ;/

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    Default Facebook advertising.

    As my experience Facebook is the best place for advertising, especially if place it at page or group with appropriate topics.

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    does anyone know if facebook has changed it's advertising policies for gambling pages? I keep seeing some US facing gambling pages promoting offshore books with "sponsored" posts for a couple years now, and they never get booted. I've only tried simple business pages (no sponsored posts) for a couple of my gambling sites and we were always booted right away. What are these guys doing that I'm not? It's certainly not related to "prior written permission" or "having a license" because I guarantee they do not. Anyone know? Feel free to PM - I'd like to run some ads sometime to gain experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJM View Post
    does anyone know if facebook has changed it's advertising policies for gambling pages? I keep seeing some US facing gambling pages promoting offshore books with "sponsored" posts for a couple years now, and they never get booted. I've only tried simple business pages (no sponsored posts) for a couple of my gambling sites and we were always booted right away. What are these guys doing that I'm not? It's certainly not related to "prior written permission" or "having a license" because I guarantee they do not. Anyone know? Feel free to PM - I'd like to run some ads sometime to gain experience.
    They have added some restrictions, but it's only to a certain limit.

    This is what
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    3. Real money gambling

    Adverts that promote or facilitate online real money gambling, real money games of skill or real money lotteries, including online real money casinos, sport books, bingo or poker, are only allowed with prior written permission. Authorised gambling, games of skill or lottery adverts must target people over the age of 18 who are in jurisdictions for which permission has been granted.

    You can read up more about it here:

    https://www.facebook.com/policies/ads/

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    I don’t even know why I’m bothering to reply, but you clearly missed the context of my post.

    1. I’m familiar with what facebooks policy is on it.

    2. It clearly doesn’t apply to everyone because many are getting away with it while others don’t.

    Im asking how these guys that are running ads long term now are getting it done, anyone have any REAL insight to share?

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    I think some may or may not have appropriate licensing in certain districts and maybe they change their ads or landing pages after approved??

    It also could be that some may get away with it for a while, and then when shut down, move on to the next account etc and turn it back on until caught again...

    As someone above said, "sneaky / untruthful" and eventually Facebook may catch up to those using false data, pages etc to circumvent their policies.

    I would hate to think it is happening, but who knows, maybe a few that make the authorizing decisions are being bribed as well. (wild speculation, but not out of the realm of possibilities)

    I do think over time they will eventually clamp down even more, as most other outlets are, and I am sure that the various licensing authorities in some countries are most likely filing complaints as well.

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