Even if you're publishing quality content, it's important to label it correctly.
Here's a table to double check what your content may be identified as: Be sure to always include the branded content tag when it's applicable.
If it's not original in some way, chances are it's going to be flagged as an abuse of the policy. Facebook provided more details on what qualifies as branded content after the original policy announcement.
The policy update is an extension of Facebook's continuing efforts to end links to third-party pages with overbearing ads or dishonest content using clickbait methods.
Clients tend to be professionals based in London and, as they’re paying a £4,000 fee, there’s an inevitably high proportion of city slicker types. Not everybody who asks Mutual Attraction for help is given dating assistance.
“When I started I thought I could help everybody, and everyone would fall in love,” says Brealey.
If publishers and creators are not careful about labeling their content correctly and following the new guidelines, their page boosts and promotions could be in danger of being blocked.However these records are not always readily available. So it is generally best to start with the more recent records that identify a specific property on an accompanying map.It's been well over a year since Facebook loosened up its restrictions on which Pages can share branded content.“But I quickly realised the harsh reality and if I know I won’t find dates for them, then it’s better to save them the money and heartache and save me the sleepless nights.” If, after a consultation, Mutual Attraction think they can help you find love, then you’ll have three months of dates.Paying customers are set up with partners from the pool of 90 clients, as well as a pool of 2,500 potential dates, which have been headhunted by Brealey.A checklist may help whittle down the candidates, but gut instinct will determine the final decision.The hundreds of people who applied to work as a matchmaker came from a huge range of backgrounds – including high-powered bankers from J P Morgan and Goldman Sachs.Matchmaking services can charge up to £15,000 to introduce single customers to potential love interests and, as internet dating removes the stigma from actively searching for love, the companies are inundated with requests to help form long-term relationships.Caroline Brealey, who founded the service, says that recruiting a matchmaker is much like finding a love interest.Here's an example from Entrepreneur magazine: The platform will be able to take note of these violations via a system that can differentiate a creator's post from an unaffiliated publisher that features the brand, but not the creator.If publishers or creators have repeat violations, the platform could restrict their access to monetization tools, including the branded content label.