Facebook cracking down on ads with clickbait headlines, sensationalized language

Facebook cracking down on ads with clickbait headlines, sensationalized language

The company says any ads containing engagement bait, sensationalized language or headlines that withhold information will be penalized.

In May 2017, Facebook announced it was doing more to demote ads that included shocking, disruptive or malicious content. On Wednesday, the company announced it was expanding its efforts in this area by further reducing distribution of — or disapproving — low quality ads.

Marketers using less than credible ad content will need to reconsider their strategy as their ads will continue to get less and less play — or be removed. Here’s a look at what’s changing.

Ads that withhold information. See the examples shown above. Any Facebook ads that include sensationalized or exaggerated headlines to generate a reaction, but fail to deliver the anticipated response on the landing page will also be demoted or disallowed.

Engagement bait ads. Another type of advertisement that will be penalized is any ad that withholds information to get people to click on a link to understand the full meaning of the post. Advertising headlines like “You won’t believe what happened next” or “You’ll be shocked when you see the results” are prime examples of this type of clickbait.

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