Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by zimsabre, Jul 6, 2011.
very interesting case study but who were you targeting ( sorry I didn't get the picture)
Wow good job! Im about to do some FB advert soon, I hope I can get results like yours
I have some chapters in my ebook why this is very funny but will turn out useless long term
LOL I guess you checked out my $6k thread...because this was exactly what I did back in may
good case study
We can get click but what are the offers to target? These clicks are untargeted and like to know offers.
On this particular page, the targeted people felt really strongly about the picture and the subject, here are the stats for 2 days on the fan page i sent them to..
I am still interested in seeing the book you offered your targeted audience from that case study.. get in touch mate!
thats a great case study and must agree these ad copies usually have a great ctr, just two questions tho:
1> i believe you just target people from zimbabwe right?
2> is it difficult to get ads like these approved?
I targeted people with an interest in Zimbabwe, the advert was approved within 5 minutes no questions asked. i would like to add that the chances of monetizing this fan page are next to nothing, i did it to see if I could get an incredibly high CTR and how low I could go for each click using CPM.
very good case study.
Very helpful indeed. However isn't this somewhat illegal? A crosshair over Mugabe's face insinuates an attempted assasination, will you get into trouble if someone reports it?
Great case study.
If this was WF, someone would have sold it as a $29 WSO titled
"How I get clicks for less than $0.01 and you can too" FREE case study included
Interesting project. Would be great if you could monetize the traffic.
You can monetize almost any traffic . The point is to find in what they are interested most.
The issue is sometimes with external URL's facebook is very picky with what they allow. With fanpages, unless you make a fanpage from scratch, you cant use an existing fanpage and have a catchy advert because your headline for your fb ad is dictated by the fanpage headline/name.
Great case study
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