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Facebook ads + cpa -> Revenue

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Hendrik04, Jan 12, 2015.

  1. Hendrik04

    Hendrik04 BANNED BANNED

    Nov 29, 2014
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    I ran a few Facebook ad campaigns in the last days with different cpa offers and I have a big problem, it is very easy to get a good CTR rate and a low CPC, but its very hard to find a good converting cpa offer. I work only with german traffic but the offers, especially the email submit offers are really terrible. They look very unprofessionell and spammy and pay only about $1 per submit.

    Does anybody know a good network with converting offers, or can anyone suggest a good type of cpa offers?
    I also tried it with mobile wap offers wich pay about $25 per lead, but the user needs to subscribe for about $10 a week. I sent 450 clicks from one of my site to this offers and also got 0 leads.

    Does anybody know a good method to earn something with facebook ads? At the moment they are much cheaper than google adsense, and you can target visitors as well.
  2. lord1027

    lord1027 Elite Member

    Sep 20, 2013
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    If PPC was that easy, everybody would be doing it. Also, there's a tutorial here for FB ads with leapviral that has been proven to work. It's not a great ROI, but it's profit.
  3. IamNRE

    IamNRE Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

    Aug 18, 2010
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    There are other traffic sources that could be worth trying.

    That being said, try putting yourself in the person's shoe - if you clicked your ad and landed on that landing page is there any good reason why you would want to subscribe to something you've never heard of that will cost you $10 per week?

    What would you be getting by subscribing and paying $10/week and would that thing be worth more than $10/week that you'd be paying?

    If you can't see any value in the product then don't promote it.