Why Facebook may disable your account
10/21/2015 | Author: Editorial Staff
Do you promote your business on Facebook using your personal account? If so, you’re violating Facebook’s terms of service, and Facebook may remove your content and/or disable your account.
An easy fix
Facebook personal accounts are for individuals, while Facebook Pages are for businesses, organizations, and brands. To promote your business and comply with Facebook’s rules, you can either create a Facebook Page for your business or convert your personal account to a Facebook Page.
Other rules might apply
Keep in mind that your Facebook posts may also have to comply with real estate advertising rules. Click here to read two FAQs about advertising on Facebook.
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