Share your stories and opinions to the world.
It might make you popular, but it will also earn you the wrath of your Facebook and Twitter followers.
Find out how to tell if you’re being paid and how to get paid for it.
Read moreHow to spot a scam: How to spot Facebook ads and Facebook sponsored postsHow to find a scam Facebook advertisement: Facebook ads paid to you, paid for by the companyYou can even get paid by your friends!
Read moreFacebook ads paid for Facebook content: Paid Facebook ads from your friends on FacebookYou can get paid to share your posts on Facebook, or if you have the likes of a billion followers, you can get to be featured in your Facebook friends’ newsfeeds.
But there are plenty of scams on the internet, so it’s a good idea to get some advice from a trusted source.
Here are some tips to help you avoid the biggest scams:Don’t share your own content with Facebook, especially if it is about youHow to block Facebook ads on FacebookHow to check Facebook Ads on FacebookWhat are the Facebook ads you’re seeing?
How do I know if my post is being paid to me?
Read moreA scam is when someone posts something they know you’ll like or think is a good post.
This means they’re trying to pay you to like it, share it, or comment on it.
Facebook has rules about the types of content they will accept and not accept, and it’s worth checking these out if possible.
Facebook posts will be removed from the site, even if they have been shared thousands of times, and the ads will be deleted.
However, it’s possible to create new posts on your profile or update old ones by clicking the ‘Share’ button on the top of your post.
Here’s a look at how to check if you’ve been paid for a Facebook post:How to report a scamFacebook ads: Facebook sponsored Facebook adsYou can also report scams by contacting Facebook or their official site.