To keep the quality of ads on Facebook high, we are only allowing ads for dating sites to appear on Facebook from advertisers who have Facebook account representatives.This ensures the manual review and counsel – to show the best ads possible – is in place.One of the conspiracy theories currently making the rounds among the smaller dating companies is that the bigger companies have cut a deal with Facebook to carve out smaller companies in return for guaranteed ad spending levels.A spokesperson from one of the major dating brands that actively advertising on the site told Business Insider that idea is garbage.Almost everyone checks or changes their relationship status on Facebook from time to time — and dating companies like and Zoosk advertise heavily on the site.If you're a dating site, Facebook is your Super Bowl.
We got a lot of negative feedback from people about many of these ads, and in some cases they violated various policies.
In September 2012, Facebook announced over one billion active users across all platforms.
The social network is also accessible to mobile web users and has published a series of apps based on original Facebook features such as Facebook Messenger, which as of the third quarter of 2015 has a 37 usage penetration rate.
But Facebook isn't taking new clients, clients who cannot follow Facebook's rules (ads must be tasteful), and clients who do not have a pre-existing relationship with Facebook sales staff that dates back to sometime in 2013.
Our source says: We'd be fine if Facebook wanted to ban all dating apps for whatever reason.