Michael Lee Johnson explains:
I recently ran a Google+ advertisement on Facebook that got all of my campaigns suspended. - Great.
The message from Failbook said the following:
P.S; Facebook - You Suck.
Interesting. What part of the TOS did a Google+ ad break, do you think?
Update Julio Fernandez played internet-detective and went on a string to find out. He set up a similarly worded ad on Facebook and just had it approved.
Any publisher can refuse any ad they want, and Facebook's advertising guidelines make it clear that they can "refuse ads at any time for any reason, including our determination that they promote competing products or services or negatively affect our business or relationship with our users."
Since +Mark Zuckerberg said that he did not see Google+ as a competing product, I wanted to test their advertising guidelines and it looks like Mark was right. Facebook does not see Google+ as a competing product as my ad was approved.
Now they can take my $ from the clicks of my ad. Congrats Facebook, but I still want my friends to know I moved to: http://Profiles.Google.com/SocialJulio