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Is it my landing page or the product?

Discussion in 'Facebook' started by gilder, Feb 3, 2015.

  1. gilder

    gilder Regular Member

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    Ive been running ads with Facebook for about a week now and it seems pretty well targeted based off my Ads interaction

    I have gotten around 2.5k visits to my website 364 hops from my website to the clickbank product video im promoting and only two sales from there. Im still testing some more stuff what do you guys think is up?

    Its still been profitable thanks to the cheap traffic im getting but I still feel like I'm wasting tons of viewers!
     
  2. d3athbang3r

    d3athbang3r Newbie

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    It could be a numerous things and if you see a lot of users bouncing you should definitely add a exit pop-up. Another way to engage with users that are about to leave your site.
     
  3. smartboyhere

    smartboyhere Power Member

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    it might be problem with your landing page, Try to alter you landing page and test it.
     
  4. mancar487

    mancar487 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Are you collecting leads?
    In most cases, FB ads are only profitable if you collect emails (in exchange for a freebie such as a free report or mini-course), and follow-up to them.

    If you are serious about making money from fb ads, you also need to use a fan page, in addition to an MNS with opt-in:

    Set up an external blog/MNS [with opt in], and then set up a fb page and post lots of useful content linking to the external page. When running the ads, link to the fb page. Make sure the page includes lots of share-able posts, such as pictures, infographics, and articles of the "top 6 things..."/ "10 tips for.." etc type


    You should get lots of ppl to your page from the ads, and through their engagement (likes/shares of posts), this will further provide free publicity to your page. Many will click through to your external blog/MNS, and if you have an incentivized opt in, it is likely many will opt (fb traffic loves free stuff). If your free report/mini course is set up right (soft sells work best), the sales will start flowing in :)

    Mancar
     
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  5. faisalmaximus

    faisalmaximus Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    One question I know its totally stupid question, but asking from my curiosity, does your 2 sales cover the costing of your add campaign so far ? I tried a lot of tactics with fb adds, but all were loss projects. :(
     
  6. teh_johnny

    teh_johnny Registered Member

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    Thanks, mancar. Great insights.

     
  7. ryanzbruce

    ryanzbruce Newbie

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    I like mancar487's suggestion. Using FB ads to build a list, then market to that list is a proven and predictable strategy.
     
  8. Second Mate

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    PM me your page and I will give you some feedback on your landing page.
     
  9. Luckygiftcard2010

    Luckygiftcard2010 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Sometime, like in FB seem to be virtual. :(