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FB Ad Settingss for Designing- and Webdevelopment Service

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Afillix, Nov 9, 2012.

  1. Afillix

    Afillix Regular Member

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    As I already told you on this forum, I recently started a Designing and Webdevelopment Service in my Town. And I have set up an FB ads account with 5 ? Budget / Day. And I want to tick the right settings in the setting section.

    The most important part for me is the interests part.
    I dont know wich interests i should take here !
    Could you help me picking the best interests ?

    greets
     
  2. urbanbackground

    urbanbackground Registered Member

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    I would do this on Adwords instead
     
  3. Zak_A

    Zak_A Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I second that, and I'm exactly in the same business (webdesign and development).
    Think about it that way: your target market is made of business owners (for small to medium-sized businesses) and marketing directors or such for bigger companies.

    How can you tell which "interest" to target on FB to get to them ?

    You should better use search engine ppc (adwords & adcenter), because these people are more likely to find you when they are searching for your services, instead of when they hang out on FB to share private pictures of their last week end with their friends.

    Also consider advertising on linkedin, there you can target by location and job :)
     
  4. Afillix

    Afillix Regular Member

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    linkedin is really a good idea man ;) I am really going to try this