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How to Promote CPA Offers through Facebook Ads?

nhduy_tom
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How to Promote CPA Offers through Facebook Ads?

Well, I've been trying to promote CPA offers with Facebook ads. But it seems that Facebook denies the link pointing to CPA offers. Because whenever I put the link to Facebook address bar, it keeps checking and checking without showing the content of site !

I've tried with offers from MaxBounty, AVG and the results are the same ( links from WSO and JVzoo are OK)

Solutions, anyone ?

Big thanks.
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tankctrlr
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Don't the "gurus" build up their likes "list" to their page and then promote that way? I didn't know direct linking works, but then again I don't know that much about FB-ads.
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cecille.l
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Hi nhduy_tom,

I think Facebook doesn't allow direct linking to CPA, particularly now that they've launched CPA bidding: Facebook Launches CPA Bidding

I'm sorry I'm not able to find a solution for the issue, but the following Warrior Forum discussion might help: [Facebook Ads] Direct Linking CPA Offers

Hope that helps. Have a good day!
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nhduy_tom
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Thanks a lot Cecille

Hmm, after reading it for a while, it seems that this guy got the same problem as mine, which could be due to Facebook policy.

The post also implied that if Facebook can track the link ( show the content ) then it'll approve it. So, if some CPA networks get banned by Facebook, then it doesn't bother tracking their link.

Interesting !
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adam.kent
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Never send people directly to an affiliate offer via Facebook ads as that's just a waste of money. Most people don't act on their first visit to a site anyway, even when a freebie is involved and you will lose a chance at your commission. A better idea is to place a Facebook ad that entices the reader off of Facebook and onto your site to sign up for an email list where they can find out about similar offers. As always, you will want to check Facebook's guidelines to see what is allowed when linking to an optin page.
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