Facebook has a rule for ad images: no more that 20% of the image can be text. As a type designer, there's mot much imagery I can post that Facebook wouldn't consider as more than 20% text. I suppose I could post pictures of kittens now and then but I can't show images of what I've made, what I'm working on or what my fonts have been used for. When setting up promotions for images, there's an option to appeal the rejection but I've tried and failed every time. I've complained many times and only once received a response. They recommended posting images with less than 20% text. Not so helpful. I imagine sign painters, logo designers and calligraphers probably have the same problem. I have an ad budget I'd like to use for Facebook ads. I buy ads for my non-font ventures and I find they're very effective.
Has anyone here encountered this problem? Heard any responses from Facebook? Any tricks to get around this?