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Any Noob Friendly Guides To Lower CPC On FB/Insta ads?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by llAlpha, Dec 8, 2016.

  1. llAlpha

    llAlpha Newbie

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    Hello guys..

    i running a campaign where the price were 0,36 pr click, which didnt made my that much profit....
    I was wondering if there is any noob friendly guides that can help me lower my CPC?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. smarty84

    smarty84 Regular Member

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    Depends upon the competition on a particular keyword you will have to change the bid then only you achieve the required result.
     
  3. Pepefantas

    Pepefantas Registered Member

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    Do you have a fanpage with daily content and a certain number of likes? You can low the cpc if you have a fanpage with a lot of interaction
     
  4. deathass01

    deathass01 Power Member

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    In my experience, I would run 5-10 variations of the same advert but with different images/titles. The higher the CTR the lower the cost of click :)
     
  5. llAlpha

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    I run ads through instagram, but through ads manager... but maybe i should go with the same flow... try 5-10 variations... what budget should i run for, while testing?
     
  6. deathass01

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    We used to run $5 tests, switch off if they are performing poorly :)