Facebook and Instagram BANNING 2A Branded Content!

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Everyday social media platforms are engineering new ways to try and censor the 2nd amendment and its supporters. If it wasnt apparent before there is a HUGE anti 2nd amendment bias when it comes to these companies. We’ve been banned, throttled, deleted. etc. on numerous occasions.

Im sure we’re gonna see this in the comment section.

According to a Report from CNBC Facebook and Instagram will no longer allow influencers to promote vaping, tobacco products or weapons on its platforms using “branded content.”

Instagram announced Wednesday it would no longer allow “branded content” that promotes those goods on either platform. In June, Instagram a change that would let advertisers promote posts from influencers, or users who work with brands to promote services or products. Users see a “paid partnership with” tag on a post when viewing that branded content on Instagram.

This change closes a loophole in Facebook’s advertising policies. Even though Facebook’s ad policies have banned the advertising of vaping, tobacco and weapons, private users can post about them, and until now advertisers could theoretically put paid promotion behind those posts.

The company said it would begin enforcement of the new rule “in the coming weeks.” An Instagram spokesperson said this is the first time it’s implementing restrictions around the type of items that can be promoted for branded content.

The company also said…

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So what is considered branded content?

According to Instagram

We define branded content as a creator or publisher’s content that features or is influenced by a business partner for an exchange of value (for example, where the business partner has paid the creator or publisher).

Our policies require creators and publishers to tag business partners in their branded content posts when there’s an exchange of value between a creator or publisher and a business partner. You can read the full policies here.

According to Facebook.

Branded content is produced by a publisher or creator for payment by a business partner, where the partner influences the content or is featured in it.

 

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Damn.. —————————————————————————Facebook and Instagram are banning influencers from promoting firearms, vaping, and tobacco through “branded content” on the social media platforms, in a move that could have wide-ranging impacts on the marketing and advertising for companies throughout the firearms industry, as well as impacting the financial bottom line of influencers themselves. CNBC reports: Instagram announced Wednesday it would no longer allow “branded content” that promotes those goods on either platform… This change closes a loophole in Facebook’s advertising policies. Even though Facebook’s ad policies have banned the advertising of vaping, tobacco and weapons, private users can post about them, and until now advertisers could theoretically put paid promotion behind those posts. The company said it would begin enforcement of the new rule “in the coming weeks.” An Instagram spokesperson said this is the first time it’s implementing restrictions around the type of items that can be promoted for branded content. If this only affects companies that pay to promote the posts by influencers, as CNBC reports, this won’t have much of an impact. However, if this is truly a ban on “branded content,” it’s going to affect much more than that, and I fear that’s actually the case. This is how Facebook defines “branded content.” Branded content is produced by a publisher or creator for payment by a business partner, where the partner influences the content or is featured in it. And here’s Instagram’s definition. We define branded content as a creator or publisher’s content that features or is influenced by a business partner for an exchange of value (for example, where the business partner has paid the creator or publisher). Our policies require creators and publishers to tag business partners in their branded content posts when there’s an exchange of value between a creator or publisher and a business partner. Continued ⬇️⬇️⬇️

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