9 February 2017, 3:03 pm
Can i promote my Casino Affiliate Website on Facebook ?
Still a newbie. I create a facebook page with my website. Can I pay and promote it through facebook or is it illegal to promote gambling related content ? My website is just Casino reviews, no real games or anything...
Please let me know
9 February 2017, 7:24 pm
It seems to be hit and miss with Facebook. Technically it's illegal in most countries and Facebook doesn't seem to like gambling all that much. Some accounts survive while others are getting shut down pretty quickly.
I suggest you read through those two threads (if you haven't already):
- Facebook blocking my pages!
- Anyone succeed to promote gambling on facebook more than a month? (excellent info by WagerJoint in post #9)
If you are looking to advertise on Facebook then agency accounts are the way to go.
13 February 2017, 11:06 pm
Yes you can promote your casino Affiliate website on Facebook. You can promote your business page by sharing in various facebook groups. on the otherhand, you can also take sponsored ADS on facebook according to your budget.
14 February 2017, 10:22 am
I would say, it would depend on the language you use. Like if the language used played about with words, it could work. Otherwise, like someone else said before Gambling on Facebook is rather somewhat a not so encouraged activity. Unfortunately.
15 February 2017, 2:46 am
I do not think its a language thing i think Google will allow you to advertise gaming related stuff or pages based on the territory you live and whether its legal there or not as they are governed by the advertising bodies based in those countries too ..as an example i would think in the UK it would be possible..
25 February 2017, 12:59 am
The answer to your question is yes you can. Facebook don't mind if you advertise your affiliate casino as long as you pay for it. Problem with facebook is most user don't mind your ads will just focus on what they want to do in facebook. Another thing is some countries has restriction when it comes those kind of ads.
Last edited by Mobcasinos; 25 February 2017 at 1:02 am.
Reason: Accidentally hit the enter button
I've had a Facebook account for a few years, but just recently started posting pictures and "things" on there. I have a two part question. What if you just added your website link to a post such as"Hey, I just won 50 bucks at NEnamecasino.usa". Is that something facebook would/could remove and has anyone tried anything like that with good results?
Last edited by Buddy M; 1 March 2017 at 1:33 pm.
I have advertised my website via facebook and ran into issues with what they do and don't allow
I tried to be sneaky and add my direct affiliate link as an advert (basically send people direct to the bookie) facebook kicked this out very quickly and said I need a gambling license.
I changed tact and advertised my free bets page and they allowed this. The extra step definitely will cost clicks and revenue but at least they can then be advertised as apposed to being booted straight out the door.