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Best facebook ad targeting guides?

Discussion in 'Facebook' started by dyerigan1, Jul 3, 2017.

  1. dyerigan1

    dyerigan1 Newbie

    Dec 2, 2016
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    Starting my first shopify store, is steampunk attire and accessories related for those that care. So i have my logo (gb fiverr) and my shop set up, with about 10 products thus far. Have yet to set up my fan page though, which will take all of 5 minutes. Any ways, I'm content to use facebook advertising for my shop initially and was hoping yall could recommend the best guides here or on youtube for doing research then setting up the most effective highly targeted facebook ads for a noob like me. Also wondering if you recommend using fiverr at all for creating such ads? thanks yall rock!
  2. IamNRE

    IamNRE Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    Aug 18, 2010
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    Helping Small Businesses Get More Calls
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    Find something low entry (cheap) that looks cool and give it away for free (they just gotta pay for shipping).

    Install up-sell apps/cross sell apps etc.

    For targeting.... target the biggest pages / authorities / businesses / keywords related to your niche....

    just go broad. Use mobile only traffic (newsfeed) - only when on wifi. Optimize for conversions.

    And start there. Keep optimizing until you generate $$$ then scale up with look a like audiences / custom audiences.
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  3. jlbrown9

    jlbrown9 Newbie

    Jul 19, 2015
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    What IamNRE said, use Free + Shipping to start.

    Go to aliexpress.com and search for items your fans would like that cost $1-3 shipped USING AN EPACKET. I recommend the ePacket because then you can setup a Order tracking page for your ecommerce and makes it easier for them to buy it. Create a shipping rule where if the price/weight is exactly what it is on this item, shipping costs $7-10. Now if you can make a sale through $2-3 you will be in business, as well as hopefully retaining a lifetime customer.