Instant Articles is a new way for any publisher to create fast, interactive articles on Facebook. But not all websites are eligible for the same. You may check if your website is eligible for Facebook Instant Articles if you’ve got an eligible Facebook page. Yes, you heard it right. You need two things viz. an eligible website and an eligible Facebook Page.

How to check website’s eligibility for Facebook Instant Articles?

In order to check if your website is eligible for Facebook Instant Article or now, you need an Instant Article eligible Facebook Page. If you don’t have that, contact me. I may get that for you.

The next step is to go to Publishing Tools section of your Facebook Page. Then go to Configuration under Instant Articles option in the left menu. Scroll down to Tools section and click on Connect your site.

Enter your domain name without http:// or https:// and click Submit URL. If you get any error, your website is not eligible for Facebook Instant Articles. Registering example.com includes the root example.com, subdomains with prefixes like brand.domain.com, as well as paths delineated by forward slashes, such as example.com/path or subdomain.example.com/path.

How to check if your Facebook Page is eligible for Facebook Instant Articles?

Simply go to https://www.facebook.com/instant_articles/signup and if your page name appears in the list, it is eligible for Instant Articles. In case, it isn’t eligible you can get one from me.

How to Fix You’ve Lost Access To Instant Articles

You may refer to the Facebook Instant Article Policy to know more about the issue. But there are mainly two issues viz. Traffic or Content. What I mean is either your Facebook page doesn’t generate much traffic to your website or your website content doesn’t comply with the Facebook Policy. Most common reasons lately:

1. Inactive Publisher

You might have lost access to Instant Articles because they consider you an inactive publisher. Facebook now requires publishers to publish at least one article every 90 days.

Resolution: Create at least 10 new articles in your production library, and then submit them for review.

2. Low Readership

You’ve been blocked because your articles either have a minimal readership (Which they’ve never explained) or are not currently meeting the content policies for Instant Articles.

Resolution: Work on increasing traffic. You should get a minimum 500-1000 clicks on your links per day consistently. Then create at least 10 new articles in your production library, and then submit them for review.

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3. Non-compliance with Monetization Eligibility Standards

You’ve lost access to Instant Articles because your Page does not comply with Facebook Monetization Eligibility Standards. In order to use Instant Articles, your Page must comply with their standards, even if you’re not monetizing your Page.

Resolution: Use this form to appeal.

Also, to access Facebook Audience network monetization features, content creators and publishers must comply with Facebook terms and policies, which includes the following.

  1. Comply with our Community Standards
  2. Comply with our Payment Terms
  3. Comply with our Page Terms
  4. Adhere to our Content Guidelines for Monetization
  5. Share Authentic Content
  6. Develop an Established Presence

If you need any further assistance, feel free to contact me in my Facebook Group:  Brandnol Digital Marketing Group

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Ankur Shrivastava

Ankur Shrivastava is a certified Full Stack Digital Marketing Professional with solid knowledge of Digital Business Transition, SEO, Keyword Research, PPC, Site Audit, Social Media Optimization, Social Media Marketing, Link Building and more.

17 Comments

vinay sharma · August 12, 2018 at 6:24 pm

my facebook page is not being connected for instant article option. I am receiving page is ineligible for instant article message against the page. Please advice what to do to resolve the issue.

    Ankur Shrivastava · August 12, 2018 at 6:35 pm

    Hi Vinay
    Please check your mail. Check the Spam folder as well. I’ve replied to your query from the contact form. Do mention the Facebook Page link and your website’s domain name in the mail. Also, share the relevant screenshots of the error(if any) via mail.

Mario · August 15, 2018 at 4:41 am

Hello Ankur, can you please contact me on my email I want to have a talk with you. I have fb pages that I neet help to get Instant Articles.

    Ankur Shrivastava · August 15, 2018 at 6:44 am

    Check your mail. You will receive a mail from ankur@brandnol.com. Check the Spam folder as well.

Waqar · August 25, 2018 at 3:14 pm

My fb page is not eligible why?

    Ankur Shrivastava · August 25, 2018 at 4:48 pm

    There are several reasons why your page is not eligible for instant articles. Mail me your page link at ankur@brandnol.com. Let me see it.

Ashraf · August 25, 2018 at 6:31 pm

Facebook told me I will regain access to instant articles within 448 days, it passed now 12 days and i can not publish live instant articles ? I attached a photo of Facebook reply to my appeal, do you have experience with this ?

Akshay · August 26, 2018 at 6:21 am

My FB page is not eligible please help me to solve the problem

wan · August 26, 2018 at 8:49 am

Hello Ankur! our new website has more than 17k visitors. but fb still said we have a minimal readership . why?

Ibraheam · August 27, 2018 at 1:48 am

Hi

i Get this reply from facebook since 12 day :

Hi Ibraheam,

Thank you for submitting an appeal. We’ve reviewed your appeal and have decided to allow your Page to monetize on our platform.

If you have previously on-boarded to any of our monetization features, there’s no action needed on your part to regain access. You can expect to automatically regain access within 48 hours.

If you haven’t already completed on-boarding to one of our monetization features, please note that this review decision doesn’t guarantee your Page access to all monetization features on Facebook. Your Page must also meet the feature’s eligibility criteria, and in some cases, our monetization products are in testing stages and on-boarding may not be widely available at this time.

Please note that Facebook reserves the right to modify, suspend or terminate access to, or discontinue the availability of the content monetization features at any time. We recommend that you monitor your Page’s compliance going forward, by reviewing our monetization eligibility criteria, as your monetization access could change in the future.

Learn more about our monetization eligibility criteria: https://www.facebook.com/facebookmedia/get-started/monetizationstandards
Thanks,

Stevie

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it passed now 13 days and i can not publish live instant articles ?
can you Help us pls ?

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