Comply With Our Merchant Agreement And Commerce Policies
Most accounts that are not approved for Instagram purchases go against Instagram trade policies. Your establishment must meet the following requirements: 1. Your business must sell physical products in accordance with our trade agreements and trade guidelines 2. Your Instagram account must be converted to a professional profile 3. Your business profile must be associated with a Facebook catalog. This can be created and managed on Business Manager, through Shopify or BigCommerce platforms, or directly on your company`s Facebook page. Your establishment must meet the following requirements: 1. Your business must sell physical products in accordance with our trade agreements and trade guidelines 2. Your Instagram account must be converted to a professional profile 3. Your business profile must be associated with a Facebook catalog.
This can be created and managed on Business Manager, through Shopify or BigCommerce platforms, or directly on your company`s Facebook page. Once your account meets the requirements, you must either have an account team managed on Facebook, or work with Shopify or BigCommerce. If you work with Shopify or BigCommerce, you must submit your account for verification and approval. Despite these seemingly simple requirements, many merchants report that their business without much explanation is not eligible for shopping on Instagram. After the refusal, merchants are informed to contact Instagram for more information. Apart from reporting a problem within the Instagram app, there is little or no useful support for traders who are experiencing these problems. Shopify has repeatedly said that they were not aware of the evaluation process used by Instagram and that they did not have the ability to challenge Instagram`s decision. If you have been denied the product label, it is important to read Instagram`s policies and make sure that you are in compliance with their measurements and that you do not allow product tagging, as this will be the first place to get an idea of why you were refused. Note: If you`ve imported your product catalog with an app that connects you to your Facebook catalogs in Business Manager, and you`re not sure there are any problems with your code, product list or anything else to fix, you can check the catalog manager under Diagnostic.
We discovered part of the simple but often overlooked verification process, which can lead to rejecting distributors for the Instagram distribution channel. An important part of the Instagram/Facebook trade policy is the list of prohibited content that indicates items that cannot be sold on Facebook or Instagram, including: Sometimes a problem with your Facebook business page and catalog manager can trigger the message “Unassified Instagram Shopping Account.” Here are a few things you should check to make sure these pages are properly configured for Instagram Shopping: If you use Ecwid Instant Site with your own custom domain, you can also check possession with the DNS verification option: You can give your customers a way to buy in your store without ever leaving the Instagram app by checking products in your articles and stories. Instagram uses a Facebook store catalog to find and tag products. Once your products are marked, customers can see a pocket symbol and tap a link to show the name, prices, description, additional photos and a direct link to your product page to continue buying a product. As a result, traders are often left defenseless after being turned down by Instagram for tagging products. Instagram checks your product labels to make sure they comply with Instagram`s business policies. The verification process usually takes a few seconds, but Instagram sometimes takes longer to check the product in detail. We tested this theory several times, and found that it was consistently an important factor in rejecting a distributor on Instagram`s distribution channel. For this reason, new merchants may be explicitly rejected because their Facebook page was created relatively shortly ago.