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How to create an ad with Facebook for your college football game

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A lot of college football fans aren’t happy about the NCAA’s new policy allowing students to create “advertisements” on the site.

But how do you get a Facebook ad to appear in a college football program?

According to the NCAA, you can create an advertisement, or banner, for a school on Facebook.

The NCAA’s Rules of Conduct states that the following must be done in order to create or post a banner on Facebook: 1.

Use the “Ads” tab in your Facebook account, or the “Comments” tab, to create a banner that is posted on a college game.2.

The banner must be a new banner that the user can “share” with friends and family, or to post to Facebook on a shared account.3.

The Banner must be “sponsored” and not sponsored by a school.4.

The Sponsored Banner must not be “commercial in nature,” including a commercial product or service, advertising or promotional material.5.

The Advertiser must include the school and its name and logo in the banner.6.

The ad must not contain any unsolicited advertising or solicitation, or use of third-party services.7.

The advertiser must not create a Facebook “Sponsored” account or “sponsored content” on its site.8.

The sponsored banner must not include any links to or from any third-parties, websites or other websites.9.

The advertisement must not link to any “Sponsor” or other website or any website or site that is operated by, or associated with, a school or college football team.10.

The advertising must not appear in an advertisement on the university’s website.11.

The student must not violate any rule or regulation regarding the use of Facebook, including but not limited to the rules of fair use, fair dealing, or other legal principles.

The university also says it will not allow users to create banner ads on its website, unless the banner is approved by the University of Iowa’s Office of Advertising and Marketing.

For more on how to create Facebook advertisements, see the College Football ad guidelines.

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