Soooo... I know by now most people in this industry are using facebook in some way to contact others about their business. Well, I too am a firm believer in it as one of our marketing tools. Yesterday I went to the advertising section and created some for-pay ads for my website. They were not misleading or promising too much. The ad said: Work From Home Don't let someone else raise your kids, open your own home business today. Free information and Training. It featured a picture of a woman with a child on her lap at the computer. I thought it was a good ad. Additionally, my website doesn't throw off red flags hopefully as it is written to convey that my company is a home based nutrition business not a scam or matrix or anything of the sort. It's very low key. Anyway, Facebook denied my ads saying basically that it violates their terms of service and now they won't let me upload ANY ads directing people to my website. I am very upset about this. What do you all think? Should we be allowed to advertise?