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Join Our Webinar: Meta’s Political Verification Process
Save the date: On July 13th, our team is hosting an informational webinar to support 2023 and 2024 candidates navigating the Meta (Facebook and Instagram) political verification process.
Who: Join SpeakEasy Senior Media Strategist, Anam Khan, for a deep dive into the Meta political verification process.
What: During the webinar, we’ll cover:
1. An overview of the Meta ecosystem – including breaking down the difference between Ads Manager, Business Manager, and individual pages and accounts.
2. A comprehensive step-by-step checklist running through how to get your individual account verified, as well as how to set up your campaign page to run political ads.
3. Tips and tricks for troubleshooting common questions and disclaimer set-up issues.
4. Your questions. We’re holding plenty of time at the end of the webinar for a Q & A session.
When: Thursday, July 13th at 4 PM PST — save your spot by RSVP-ing here. Can’t make it? We’ll also record the webinar presentation and share it with our blog readers.
Where: Join us over Zoom. You’ll receive the link to join when you RSVP here.
Why: With Meta’s changing regulations and set-up steps, our team regularly receives questions from candidates and campaign operatives about navigating the process. We designed this webinar to clearly break down the steps to getting verified and aggregate support resources.
We hope you can join us. And as always, please reach out to us at [email protected] if you have any questions or there’s anything else we can do to support your media needs.
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