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facebook ads for CPA !

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by mikyadel1, Sep 22, 2016.

  1. mikyadel1

    mikyadel1 Registered Member

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    i'm promoting some offers usually email submits but i can't get any profit from it . my last offer has a payout 9$ for DOI . i spent 7$ and get only 15 likes and no clicks . cpc was .50$ !
    and from my experience all premium countries have cpc +.50$ ,so how people can make profit with this ? (maybe this type of offers doesn't work for fb ads ?)
    or should i go with other traffic sources ?
     
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  2. Mia2016

    Mia2016 BANNED BANNED

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    You can try direct link email submit offers
     
  3. mikyadel1

    mikyadel1 Registered Member

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    i tried problem is high CPC
     
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    PBNSurprise Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I've done Facebook and CPA offers before and it doesn't convert well. I've heard that the best way to do facebook ads is collect e-mails. Start building a list slowly and then follow up on the emails later on to promote products, it's a slow way of moving up and building a brand, trying to direct ads to a CPA offer and expecting cold conversions is difficult
     
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  5. mikyadel1

    mikyadel1 Registered Member

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    if i can't run email submits offers well ,then i can't collect emails either !
     
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    alexking Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Email submit offers are not "submit email only". There's a lot more to it. If they are regular email submits...

    With collecting emails for your list, they only provide their email and that's it. The user is opted. You may then follow up with your promotional content as suggested above.
     
  7. uncutu

    uncutu Supreme Member

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    Most campaigns start without a positive ROI. You need to tweak things to turn it profitable.

    Try different ad copies, use a different angle, change your landing page, target different geo's or keywords...the list goes on.

    Think of it as buying data. Once you have a lot of data, you can toss out what doesn't work and focus on the profitable information.
     
  8. mikyadel1

    mikyadel1 Registered Member

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    u are right but for now i need quick money !
     
  9. mikyadel1

    mikyadel1 Registered Member

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    i'll and hope to get some good results.thx
     
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    i am interested....please contact with my skype: pva.provider (NET-AID LTD)
     
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    What are you exactly interested on?
     
  12. MatteoMatt

    MatteoMatt Regular Member

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    You can make money with facebook ads, but it might take some tweaking, and it might not work with the offer you are running. Are you advertising it on any other sources successfully? That is one thing to look at, but keep in mind on FB you are sometimes competing with big money that isn't even worried about conversions, just brand building. If you are in a competitive niche, you might not have as deep of pockets.