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Can I use the word 'Facebook' in a banner?

Discussion in 'Social Media, SEO/SEM & Online Marketing' started by kyle6uk, Mar 19, 2013.

  1. kyle6uk

    kyle6uk

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    Evening all,

    I plan to use the Facebook offer tool and want to place a banner on my site telling customers to click it to claim a Facebook offer, Could I get into trouble using the word 'Facebook' ?

    I read that you are allowed to use the 'F' logo under certain terms, it is not the logo I want to use, I just want to include the word 'Facebook' in a sentence.

    Any ideas guys? Google isn't coming up with much for me.
  2. redspell

    redspell Banned Member

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    If you are directing traffic to Facebook then you wont have any problem.
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  3. kyle6uk

    kyle6uk

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    That's good to know, That is exactly what I would be doing. Thanks
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