Ads Policy: Housing, Lending, and Employment Opportunities

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This policy applies to all Twitter’s paid advertising products. 

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Twitter Ads provide a range of targeting options to help advertisers reach users who may be interested in their content. This article describes a policy developed to help advertisers to achieve their targeting goals without compromising users’ trust. 

Advertisers must adhere to this policy and all other Twitter Ads Policies in order to advertise.

What’s the policy?

Advertisers of the following products and services must contact Twitter for prior approval. 

  • Offers of housing to rent, sell, or buy
            - Certain related services including realtor services, home insurance, and mortgage brokerage services
  • Offers of credit

  • Offers of paid or unpaid employment including internships

The above advertisers are prohibited from targeting ads on the basis of age, language, disability, familial status, civil or marital status, sex, race, color, national origin, religion, receipt of income from public assistance programme, exercise of rights under Consumer Credit Protection Act, or precise location (at the zip code level or more precise).

Where does this policy apply?

This policy applies to the US and Canada only. 

Advertisers offering the above products and services are subject to all other Twitter Ads Policies including the Targeting of Sensitive Categories policy and Anti-Discriminatory Targeting Policy.

What other Twitter resources relate to this policy?

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