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Budget for Facebook

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by kissato, Apr 21, 2014.

  1. kissato

    kissato Newbie

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    Hello guys.

    I´m wondering if their is some type of tool that allows me find out how much money are my competitors spending in ads on FB, Becouse I see a lot of ads from them and wonder their ROI for that amount of ads.

    Any help is appreciated,
     
  2. bullsbears

    bullsbears Regular Member

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    That is something really confidential and i doubt you can ever know the amount spent unless you have some "Insider" helping you out.
     
  3. JDesteny

    JDesteny Registered Member

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    There is no way you could found that out.

    This industry would if someone made tool like that lol. Im quite sure this is not possible to do, because you need to see peoples ctr/cpcs on fb account and payouts on different offers.
     
  4. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    This type of info is impossible to obtain since we would need to get this type of information directly from facebook itself.

    Who cares what type of ROI they have. If they've been running for awhile, it shouldn't take a genius to know that they're running a profitable campaign. ;)
     
  5. siddy.chugh

    siddy.chugh Junior Member

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    Maybe they are using, Website Conversion ads, So if you visit that site. There are most chances, you will see that ad almost everytime on fb . And yeah you cant know their budget. But i am pretty sure you are seeing that ad for this reason only :)