# How can i calculate the ads how many likes will bring to me ?

#### sams3ppiol

##### Regular Member
Hello community

Id like to know if we have some tools that can possibly calculate how many likes an ad can bring to you
for example : i start an 200dollar ad = how many page likes can i receive

Thank you

Currently, I think there is no such tool, you can calculate it manually, this is also quite simple

Hello community

Id like to know if we have some tools that can possibly calculate how many likes an ad can bring to you
for example : i start an 200dollar ad = how many page likes can i receive

Thank you
you should advertise. It's up to you how you optimize your campaign, man

you should advertise. It's up to you how you optimize your campaign, man
that's intresting answer, basically it's up to campaign, i posted a screenshot early : how someone used 500-600\$ and reached 500k page likes all organic.
thank you for answer

Still There's No Tool, Try To Count Manually. If Anyone Know About A Tool Like This Please Let Me Know.

that's intresting answer, basically it's up to campaign, i posted a screenshot early : how someone used 500-600\$ and reached 500k page likes all organic.
thank you for answer
With a budget of 500-600\$ to achieve 500 thousand likes and followers that page is an impressive number.

With a budget of 500-600\$ to achieve 500 thousand likes and followers that page is an impressive number.
yeah that's amazing i posted that early

There will be no such tool, you can see it in the page you advertise on

Hello community

Id like to know if we have some tools that can possibly calculate how many likes an ad can bring to you
for example : i start an 200dollar ad = how many page likes can i receive

Thank you
As far as I see you can calculate it manually. Before starting campaigns, you should keep in mind the number of people who like and follow your Page. After the campaign is completed, you need to follow up after 72 hours (from when the advertising campaign is paused).

You will then be able to calculate the number of people who like your Page and follow your Page based on the budget you spent on that advertising campaign.

Currently this tool is not available. Because advertising results depend on many factors, not just the budget

Post likes I think are not so important to the results you want to create. because BH ads will soon be locked

You need to calculate that yourself, you don't have a tool to measure it. You can refer to a few other indicators such as CPM, CPR,... to see the effectiveness of the advertisement such as how much money you get back. How many interactions in your posts, how many conversions for your sales posts

I think it's impossible to be sure of the results without running the campaign and just making an estimate. It depends on a lot of factors.

You can't really exactly predict such outcomes however you should get an idea by checking your analytics and in general your market size.

Maybe you should run A/B testing first. Then you can calculate based on those test's result and expect an outcome from that. A part from that, there's no tool could do that.

It is unpredictable, so there will never be a tool for it. The content of the AD is crucial.

Why do you want to run ads that only bring in likes? You want to promote your Fanpage or sell products

I haven't seen a tool yet, we still have to look at CPM, CPR... and the results, maybe we should feel it ourselves and synthesize it manually.

You can test campaigns on a small budget. I think running a fanpage promotion campaign doesn't cost too much budget and we can evaluate it immediately.

As far as I can see, Facebook Ads Manager has a built-in feature to predict advertising results, they will provide estimates of likes, interactions and reach based on your budget or you can use an online tool like HubSpot's ROI Calculator

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