Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by lee_s, Oct 30, 2013.
Target only the people that have been to similar events before.Use FB targeting options to the max.
The final success of your Facebook event promotion campaign depends on what type of even you are actually promoting.
If that's a local event, you need to target more specific audience. Narrowing down your target area is likely to increase your odds of a positive outcome. Drill down to gender, age, school, employer and town level. It would also be cool, if you manage to target friends of current fans of your product or brand. If that more global event, you, vica versa, need to widen your audience and areas for displaying an ad.
Also, in case you are promoting an event via your page, it's a great idea to send out a message to your guest list. Besides, you may invite unlimited guests to your event, but note that you can only invite 100 at a time, and the number of pending requests shouldn't exceed 300.
That should help you get better outreach and spend your budget in a more effective way.
Thanks a lot for your help. What type of ads do you recommend using? Sponsored Story event ads or promoted posts? Also, would you recommend utilizing the budget to keep targeting the same ultra targeted audience?
Also, we have a real issue with getting our first say 200 attendings and after that because of social proof it seems a lot easier, are there any tips you have for getting them original numbers?
i manage couple of pages, they are real, just help some local businesses...based on my experience the success of the add depends on the the 1) design of the banner 2) budget spent on ad 3) thoughtful targeting.
If you could get UID's and use that for custom audience targeting then this could help you get cheaper clicks.
Just my 2cents.
is it for a clubnight?? you would be better creating a fake account and adding a few people from the town/city then adding friends bit by bit. it takes a while but is much more worth it if you are redoing an event in the future
is there anyway to extract other event members?
Use an e whore page, invite friends of friends who like "interest" then use the e whore page to invite those new friends to the event.
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