Let’s keep it .
It’s a lot going on in our world right now. From the tragedy in Charlottesville, VA to the devastation of Hurricane Harvey in Louisiana and Texas, without a doubt the last few weeks in the U.S. have been tough. However, I can’t help but to be eternally grateful that my in-laws are safe and sound (and dry) in Houston. My thoughts and prayers will continue to be with those that haven’t been so fortunate.
Yet, in all of this, my heart has been so filled by how we are coming together. Check out these volunteers in Dallas organizing donations for Houston. Can you feel the love?
Credit: Tony Gutierrez/AP
If you’d like to join in and help, here’s a few links to donate to Hurricane Harvey victims. These organizations have been vetted and are not affiliated with Tameka Allen, LLC.
Let’s rebuild Texas together!
Now let’s switch gears (before I start crying) and dig into today’s video.
I’m not sure if you’ve heard but there’s been a bit of an uproar in the online business space. Recently, Facebook has shutdown quite a few ad accounts.
However, even if you don’t have an “online” business, keeping reading…this can effect your ad accounts as well.
And I want to help you avoid this worst case scenario and show you what to do if your account is shut down.
That’s why in today’s video, I’m sharing 3 tips to help you avoid a Facebook ad account shutdown.
So grab a pen and notepad, click the video below to learn how to avoid or fix this potential catastrophe.
Now, I want to hear from you? Want to share a comment or question about your ad account? Leave a comment below.
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In the meantime, do you have any Facebook ad topics you’d to learn about? Shoot me an email at hi [at] tamekanallen [dot] com.
Until next time,
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