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Creative Policies

Find the most common reasons as to why your titles or creatives were rejected.
Updated 11 months ago

Please find below reasons as to why your creative(s) may have been denied:

Headlines

  • Inappropriate or improper punctuation in headlines such as repeated punctuation (???!!!) or symbols (-->, @, *, etc) are not allowed
  • Periods and ellipses are not allowed at the end of headlines
  • Headline - Misspelling(s)
  • Headline - Capitalized Letters
  • The first letter of all major words should be capitalized (eg. The World’s Scariest Roller Coasters)
  • Headlines and individual words cannot be in ALL CAPS (exception: Acronyms such as NASA)
  • No use of the word "shocking" or any of its derivatives
  • No use of the word “trick” for nutraceutical, finance, or lottery offers
  • No use of the word “breakthrough” relating to weight loss, diabetes, Alzheimer's, or any other serious diseases
  • No false, misleading, or deceptive claims of any kind. All statements made in headlines MUST be substantiated
  • No vulgar or crude language
  • All words in the campaign headline must have correct spelling and grammar

Inaccurate Branding Text

Branding text must accurately reflect the source of the content.

Broken Landing Page

A campaign must click through to a working landing page with minimal redirects.

Ad Content/Landing Page Mismatch

Ad content must match your landing page. (ex. Content about the world’s best travel destinations cannot click through to a lander about cooking recipes.)

Image Guidelines

  • Image dimensions must be minimum 600x450px (or an upscaled increment of that, following a 4:3 ratio)
  • Images must fill the entire space allotted for creative (no white space along any sides)
  • Image cannot have a border or partial border
  • Image cannot have text in the creative
  • Image cannot be blurry or pixelated
  • You must own the rights to the creatives you upload
  • Explicit Images
  • Zoomed in body parts
  • Before and after images that imply results from a product
  • Sexually implicit images of women
  • Implied or overt nudity
  • Phallic shaped objects (in or near mouth)
  • Body Paint images
  • Images of people or animals with implied or explicit sexual activity
  • Excessive cleavage or provocative positions
  • Photo-shopping to enhance sexuality
  • PDA (not aggressive and no groping)
  • Vulgar or crude language
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