Use This Link To Appeal Facebook’s Decision To Reject An Image For Your Ad Campaign
This painting by Travis Clement triggered the bot at Facebook that scans images for 'too much text.' Because the painting itself is made out of text, I need to appeal the decision to a human being at Facebook. Here's the link.

March 10, 2018 Facebook’s advertising policy is notoriously strict regarding having too much ‘text in images.’ But what if your image is made out of text like the example that was just rejected by Facebook for my fine art Page, Flood Content and Fine Art? In that case, you must once more do the impossible […]

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Bully Consumers With Media Buys That Force Them To Watch Your Clever Message Repeatedly
Old Broken 1960s TV

1. Use purchasing muscle to buy up large blocks of airtime on every media platform. 2. Deliver repetitive ad agency messages that are very clever to “capture the imagination” of your audience. 3. Close your eyes and pray your way back to 1987, when consumers had no choice but to accept they would be forced […]

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No One Likes 1470 Business Posts A Week Except Your Ad Agency
AD GUY LAUGHING AT YOU

Conventional social media marketing wisdom advocates three posts a day from your company. That’s 21 posts a week…just from your Page. As of 2013, the average US Facebook Profile Likes 70 Facebook Pages. This means that, according to conventional agency wisdom, the average Facebook user wants to see 1470 Posts from Public Pages they follow […]

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