Without a doubt; affiliate marketing is one of the best ways anyone can start an online business. As I am sure you know already, the opportunities with this business model are endless, but sadly; very few people ever find success with affiliate marketing. Today I am going to show you how to use affiliate links <a title="How To Use Affiliate Links (A Guide For Beginner Affiliates)" class Facebook Ads. Facebook Ads allow individuals and businesses to run paid ads on Facebook. To run ads, you need a Facebook page. Before using ads, you’ll want to understand Facebook’s policies. Affiliate links, redirects, and suspicious sites/landing pages get many people suspended and banned from using ads and even Facebook. Facebook does have strict guidelines as to what your ad can look like, and it often requires submitting an ad placement request more than once. Tenacity is key, and it can literally pay off. Your ads can promote certain products and affiliate links if you’d like, but they’re also powerful when used in conjunction with a blog. The user wants to post affiliate links to their Facebook Page: The Facebook Help Team member replies with, “you can certainly go ahead … this should not be an issue.” In a second post, I see a user asking about posting affiliate links on Facebook Pages AND in groups. Another person asks the same question in the thread too – Facebook ads should be a key part of your strategy when using Facebook for affiliate marketing. According to a study by eMarketer , 96 percent of social media marketers consider Facebook ads the most effective paid advertising channel on the social network.
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