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Something we always get questions about is why Facebook ads get rejected.You’ve worked really hard to get your Facebook ad just right.
When this question comes up in conversation, someone inevitably cites the “half your age plus seven” rule.
I recently sat down with Rock Zhang, a Chinese mobile entrepreneur.
Rock is my classmate from business school, and we have both worked in the mobile industry for a while.
Soh Nee, Kevin and Eriko, the freelancers who I hired to work on several apps, would log into Weblate, a free open-source web-based translation system, and translate strings of text for in-app content. I feel the pain of many app developers and marketers who want to branch out to the East (especially now that Chinese App Store revenue has doubled over the last year) but lack resources, money, knowledge or other. I’m a marketer and a Belarus-born European transplant in California.
To localize App Store pages, I would send them screenshot designs and copy via email and Google Docs. But I wanted to put together some kind of a beginner’s guide to localization in China for someone in design, marketing and product management who, like me, has little knowledge of Asia but a lot of ambition to grow their product overseas.You know Facebook rejects ads that violate its policies. And Facebook reserves the right to reject or approve an ad for any reason.