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Facebook fan page question

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by sicnarf, Oct 24, 2011.

  1. sicnarf

    sicnarf Junior Member

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    I have an ad running on Facebook so when the viewer clicks "Like" it takes them to my fan page which was created using static HTML. When the viewer clicks the offer on the fan page, it redirects them to a CPA offer. Is this all right with Facebook or will it get banned? Should I be sending viewers to the Wall instead of to the fan page? I'd appreciate any guidance anyone can provide since I don't want my ad banned. Thanks! :)
     
  2. Webghopper

    Webghopper Registered Member

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    No, thats is the purpose of a lot of fan pages. Good Luck
     
  3. Webghopper

    Webghopper Registered Member

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    Search 10,000 fans on FB and check out his stuff
     
  4. ama111

    ama111 Newbie

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    like he said...goodluck:)
     
  5. robotevil

    robotevil Newbie

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    I tried this method, I even used a Wordpress to Facebook plugin and made a post with the offer form directly integrated on the page. I also used high-converting offers that were just email submits. The problem isn't with Facebook (they will approve the ads without an issue), the problem seems to be nothing converts no matter how targeted I try to make the ads.

    If you get conversions from this will you update us? I gave up on this method because it was a huge money-suck. Seriously, $200.00 in ads--> 0 conversions. WTF? I would like to give this a try again, but right now I'm holding off because I don't want to drop a whole bunch of money again for nothing. If you or someone could a positive ROI that would be encouraging at least to try again.
     
  6. directoriestoday

    directoriestoday Newbie

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    Check out Exchange Ones on Google, its pretty sweet
     
  7. g83ii

    g83ii Registered Member

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    i dont see any problems with that since your facebook ad redirects people do your fanpage and not to your offer.