Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Facebook takes out Google+ Ads

Facebook has excluded at least two clients prepared ads from its social network that supported Google+. Michael Lee Johnson, a casual web marketing consultant based in the UK, dashed a Facebook advertisement requests Facebook users to add him to their G+ circles. On his Google+ wall, Johnson afterward said that an hour subsequent to the ad went breathe; Facebook disabled it and sent him the next message.
Your account has been disabled. All of your adverts have been stopped and should not be run again on the site under any circumstances. Generally, we disable an account if too many of its adverts violate our Terms of Use or Advertising guidelines. Unfortunately we cannot provide you with the specific violations that have been deemed abusive. Please review our Terms of Use and Advertising guidelines if you have any further questions.
Facebook did not respond to appeal for comment, but a brief glance at Facebook's Advertising Guidelines does show that ad was in infringement of at least two rules. Ads will not be allowed in cases where a business copy to Facebook's overall advertising philosophy. It may refuse ads at any time for any reason negatively affects relationship with our users.
Fernandez also prominent on his Google+ wall, his ad was also removed.


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