CBD and hemp startups are using creative loopholes to skirt Facebook’s ad ban. Here’s how they’re doing it.
|07/12/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Facebook removes CBD or hemp-related ads, which CBD startups say hurts small companies in particular.
- Business Insider spoke to three CBD startups about tactics they use to get around Facebook’s ban.
- Some CBD companies hint at what they’re selling instead of saying it outright. Online marketplace Poplar created duplicate sites that don’t mention “CBD” or “cannabis,” and routed Facebook ads there.
- See more of BI’s CBD coverage here and sign up for our new cannabis newsletter Cultivated.
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