Why Am I Seeing Betting Adverts On Social Media?

 

Q: What is the context of social media being used for advertising by the betting industry?

A: Social media has become a pervasive advertising platform for all kinds of industries, and the betting sector is no exception. You may encounter promotional content or other forms of gambling-related content on your social media feeds.

 

Q: Why should I limit my exposure to gambling-related content on social media?

A: Although such content can be informative and engaging for some users, it might be inappropriate or unwanted for others. Limiting exposure to this content can also be part of a strategy for responsible gambling or to avoid temptation if you're seeking to moderate your gambling activity.

 

Q: What has BoyleSports done to help limit exposure to gambling-related content on social media?

A: As a responsible operator, BoyleSports has developed two comprehensive guides designed to assist you in controlling your exposure to gambling-related content on Facebook and Twitter.

 

Q: Where can I find the guides to limit gambling-related content on Facebook and Twitter?

A: The guides that will help you to control your exposure to gambling-related content on Facebook and Twitter are available for download. They have been put together by BoyleSports with the goal of promoting responsible gambling.

 

Q: How can these guides help me?

A: These guides provide step-by-step instructions on how to adjust your settings on Facebook and Twitter to control the type of content, especially related to gambling, that you see. They aim to give you more control over your social media experience.

 

Q: Is it hard to follow these guides?

A: Not at all. These guides are designed to be user-friendly and accessible to everyone, regardless of their technical proficiency. They will guide you through the process step by step.

 

Q: Do I need to pay to access these guides?

A: No. The guides provided by BoyleSports are completely free of charge, part of our commitment to promoting responsible gambling.

 

  

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