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How to capture leads from my facebook ads?

Discussion in 'Facebook' started by ChrisChris, Jan 16, 2015.

  1. ChrisChris

    ChrisChris Junior Member

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    Whats the best way to capture leads who click my facebook ads?

    I could send the visitors to a website that would like-jack, which would provide likes, but is there a way to capture those individuals facebook usernames?

    There must be a way to capture the leads of clickers, even a pathway or something. ideas?
     
  2. ChrisChris

    ChrisChris Junior Member

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    any ideas on capturing visitors from facebook ads, Id like to know their fb user id or email so I can contact them about my product. Any way?
     
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    @sashablack. That's a good tutorial.
    For me, I always use backup strategies. So, in case FB pixels don't fire (and they usually don't), I use the same method to add other retargeting pixels (from adroll or perfectaudience).

    @ChrisChris: Also consider another simpler option: driving traffic to squeeze page that asks visitors to FB connect fist before they are redirected to your destination URL. There are many providers for this: pulsenotify or fbflywheel, and you can also build your own app to get you the same result if you have the time.
     
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    Hey great, but thats just retargetting visitors. Id rather not send ads to people who have visited then left. Id rather capture those fb id so I can contact them individually.
     
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    Thats a nice idea. Asking the fb ad clickers to complete the task of joining me first sounds good. Im not sure on the details but Ill check out pulsenotify and fbflywheel
     
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    You could simply redirect to a squeeze page with an opt in to receive a free ebook. You won't get 100% opt ins but if the ebook is relevant to the ad (and if the squeeze page is designed well), you should get a good conv rate.

    Mancar