Posted on 17th January 2022
It’s not uncommon to see the ‘Rejected’ message appear next to your Facebook Ad. Usually, this means that you must edit something within your ad or change the target audience selections.
Keep reading as we’ll guide you through the top reasons why your Facebook Ads get rejected. In addition, we’ll cover why ads don’t get approved and what you should do if they get rejected.
Facebook has an extensive list of restricted content in its policies. For instance; ads that use Facebook brand assets, ads with poor positioning, like inaccurate product descriptions or irrelevant images etc. Restricted content is allowed but must follow certain rules and is often based on your location. Whereas, prohibited content for example; drug-related ads, misinformation, or sensational content is never allowed on Facebook. If your ad breaks any of the rules, it runs the risk of being rejected or severely under-served.