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FB ads: How to target users who are commenting on competitors page?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by Neurro, Jun 27, 2016.

  1. Neurro

    Neurro Newbie

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    Hey,

    I saw this just few months ago here on BHW, but could find it now. I read that there is possibility to target only super-engaged users from other pages. For example target only users who wrote a comment on a page of a competitor. How to do that? And do you know any other ways to target users who will maximally engage with my page? Primarily with photos / memes. Any fb ad tips are much appreciated!

    Thanks.
     
  2. sandandkush

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    The above poster is correct.

    You can scrape the commenters' UIDs and then import that list to use in Custom Audience targeting.
     
  4. Neurro

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    Thanks guys. What sort of chrome extension does this? Or is there any kind of software / platform to do this in bulk?
     
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    you cannot use FB UID anymore to put in Custom Audience man..
     
  6. Neurro

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    Ah, any solution to this?
     
  7. sandandkush

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    Using Facebook emails for ads is out of the picture.


    The most effective way to use targeted UIDs right now is to use an automated tool to add them as friends with aged PVA Accounts then invite all your friends to join pages and groups. I go for both.
     
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    What tool is recommended for this?? Can you purchase aged pvas?
     
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    It's exactly what i'm looking for. Great job, Sandankunsh.
     
  10. xbryan

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    you can do that by scraping them with a tool.
     
  11. sandandkush

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    I have been using a tool called Any Audience to extract UIDs (and Facebook emails) from pages (posts likes, comments and shares), groups (members, posts likes, comments and shares) and event profile (friends lists).
    There are other browser extensions, script and programs that allows you to do this.

    Yes, you can purchase Aged PVA accounts from the Marketplace or search via Google.
     
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    Thanks, What tool do you use to automate the friend requests??
     
  13. sandandkush

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    FB Marketing Automation (formerly FB Marketing GI) available in the marketplace.
    Facebook Automation (also called Facebook Poster & Scheduler) Google: "snaware"
     
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    Is there anyone using facebook automation @snaware.com, I think he is a face person and while am using his software like doing action like post sharing the post shared person is getting a notification that post is shared via snaware.com how to stop this non-sense brand promoting from him...............
     
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    What's your strategy to add'em all? How many requests sent a day? Do you cancel friend requests to make another ones?
     
  16. sandandkush

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    That's because you're using the free version.


    Extract the UIDs of a specific page, groups of friends list etc, then use the program to automatically add them as friends with adequate delay intervals. Usually send outs about 300-500 friends request then delete unanswered request every other day. Usually "999 per every couple hours" request are coming in from friends of friends though.
     
  17. leo04

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    Hey, thanks for sharing! But you have never had problems because of adding people without enough mutual friends? I mean, in this forum almost all tutorials about adding ppl say to add people with a good number of mutual friends.
     
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    Yes, but not often. However, It's definitely better to add mutual friends tho, since ppl want to get nosey or just curious.