Facebook disabled one of my ad accounts. They said it violated a policy. Maybe the problem was that I did not pay in Rubles. I don’t know. They won’t say what policy I violated. They also won’t tell me what ad was in violation. Kafka would have had a field day with this.
I suggested they made a mistake or attributed someone else’s ad to my account. They just replied with the same form letter they sent initially. And then they stopped responding altogether.
It is not a tragedy, just an annoyance. Still, it is a reminder not to be dependent on any one social media platform. Those environments can change or even disappear (remember Vine?) at any time.
Focus on creating good content that can work on multiple platforms, including your own website.
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