Post casino affiliates link in Facebook

Toronion

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Chile
It is allowed to post in Facebook with links to your casino affiliations. If someone has the experience of doing so, is it worth it?
 

colinsunderland

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no, you will lose your page, or posting ability at the very least, very quickly, and most affiliate scheme express prohibit it, certainly in the UK.
I suggest you read facebook's terms and conditions before doing so.
 

lotusch

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Dún Dealgan
When I was affiliating I created a Facebook page solely for affiliating purposes.
The first week I paid for a few paid adverts, and they were all approved.
All of a sudden after one week each and every advert I wanted to place was declined as it was against their policies so I decided to give Facebook up for affiliating purposes.

Sure the big companies can target their audiences on Facebook but a small time affiliate like me was not wanted apparently.

My best source of new subscribers came surprisingly from my Twitter page.
They allow you to promote your affiliation business, at least they never gave me any bother and it was free as well.
 

Toronion

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Sep 7, 2015
Location
Chile
When I was affiliating I created a Facebook page solely for affiliating purposes.
The first week I paid for a few paid adverts, and they were all approved.
All of a sudden after one week each and every advert I wanted to place was declined as it was against their policies so I decided to give Facebook up for affiliating purposes.

Sure the big companies can target their audiences on Facebook but a small time affiliate like me was not wanted apparently.

My best source of new subscribers came surprisingly from my Twitter page.
They allow you to promote your affiliation business, at least they never gave me any bother and it was free as well.
Thanks..
 

colinsunderland

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When I was affiliating I created a Facebook page solely for affiliating purposes.
The first week I paid for a few paid adverts, and they were all approved.
All of a sudden after one week each and every advert I wanted to place was declined as it was against their policies so I decided to give Facebook up for affiliating purposes.

Sure the big companies can target their audiences on Facebook but a small time affiliate like me was not wanted apparently.

My best source of new subscribers came surprisingly from my Twitter page.
They allow you to promote your affiliation business, at least they never gave me any bother and it was free as well.

They like you to have a gaming license for country you are promoting to, if not, the very least you must show is a signed authorisation from the casino (with a license) you intend to promote.
Your ad spend also needs to be well into 6 figures a year to have any chance of being approved.
 

Casinomeister

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Jun 30, 1998
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Bierland
Moved this to the Webmeister section.

Yep, a bad idea to mess with Facebook. We have had three Casinomeister Facebook pages shut down because of online casino content. Even non-promotional stuff will get you hammered there. So we have decided f*&^ 'em. They are our biggest competitor anyway. Don't post on other people's websites has always been one of our policies here at Casinomeister. :p
 
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