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    I think if you are a betting company can advertise on facebook, but if you has affiliate site i think you will be baned for advertising.

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    I've done some advertising but ads never get approved for direct affiliate links. I'm in talks with Facebook now to try and get written approval since I live in Australia and we are free to advertise gambling here. See what happens.

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    You can consider advertising on Twitter as well (You will have to post with URL shortening). Can't expect a good conversion rate; but still the number of affiliates using Twitter is a lot in Japan.

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    Twitter is a lot more accepting of gambling ads in the UK, but you'll have to contact them directly to get approval.

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    With all the taxes, fees, ad bans and everything else small 2 medium affiliates are hammered with, wont be too long before we're extinct.

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    Well i would say you can def advertise gambling on Social Media, but you just have to be careful with how you do it, i.e your choice of language, your images. With the right way of sending the message out there, it should be possible to get through facebook. I will agree with you, very few women gamble, so i would concentrate on my target group..ie the male gender, its an easier starting point to me, to avoid traffic that is well not so useful. Good luck and tell us how it goes!

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    Yes, marketing on Facebook is an effective technique. You can easily promote your product or services to generate more business revenue. You can also target the specific group of audience.

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    Facebook won't allow my gambling adverts but are happy for me to boost individual posts, so that could be a work around for you.

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    Seems they allow this if you do not have an outbound link in the post, i.e. pointing to your website, correct? I have had post boosts declined when there is a link to my site in there, but approved without a link

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    don't know about australia but gambling related ads are not allowed of fb ads , but if you use boost post on an fb pages then its possible to boost the post in some countries ,but i never tired for myself .
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    I had a Facebook page with just over 20,000 likes, all gamblers but it got unpublished because it broke Facebook t&cs for promoting gambling. You can press the appeal button but they don't contact you and you simply wont win. Facebook also drastically reduced the reach per post, I was getting around 8,000 views per post at the time and all of a sudden I was lucky to be getting 2,000 views. Id say Facebook is the best way to advertise but you have to break Facebook t&cs to do so, so be prepared to lose your page at any point.

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    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?

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    I'm new in the affiliate business and most of my views come from Facebook ad... It looks good so far, I try to post ads about sports or DFS strategy and not bonus or gambling sites to try to pass under FB radar.

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    Yeah, I think it is useful to use advertising on Facebook because it helps to reach the specific audience of your target.

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    You should be able to advertise on Facebook, but I believe that they will not allow you to advertise about anything gambling related at all and that is very unfortunate.

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    For sure, I have not been able to use paid advertising on Facebook. Maybe someone knows how to find a way to cloak the landing pages, but they have a good grasp on the semantic use of the converting gambling related keywords.

    I have had some pages shut down in the past with no or little explanation. nothing much I could do. I just started new ones with lighter promotions.
    I would like to hear if someone had success.

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    2000 paid likes didn't work for me
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    Paid likes are only used to give you some authority, not boost traffic or create conversion... and it's not really working anymore since everyone understand that it's not the numbers of likes you have that count but the number of interaction with your posts.

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    if you advert via FB soon get banned, may be rly sux there

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    yes facebook needs you to have a gaming license for advertising casino and poker i always knew

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