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Lots of testing, just not getting any clicks

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by jmh777, Aug 20, 2016.

  1. jmh777

    jmh777 Registered Member

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    I have been trying to sell a tee shirt design. I feel that the design is really good, and I think I can back that up.

    I've been promoting a post on my relevant Facebook page with pay per engagement.

    It's a picture of the shirt and this:

    __________
    Available in T-shirt, Hoodie & Long Sleeve!

    Click here to order ยป https://teespring.com/mylinkishere

    TAG & SHARE someone who would love this.
    __________

    Basically I had an engagement rate of 10% or so. So on the post 100 people engaged.

    4 link clicks, 2 shares and like 94 likes, 0 commens!! I feel that is crazy disappointing .

    Why is everyone liking it, but no one clicking it?

    I feel like the shirt doesn't suck since everyone seems to like it, and seems targetted since they liked it.

    Clearly I'm wrong however. Can someone offer some insight? Maybe I need to learn how to find a better audience.

    Thanks
     
  2. choc70

    choc70 Registered Member

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    Think you might need to add more detail, page numbers etc.

    There are a lot of methods on here all should work for your campaign. Fb works best with the volume model, you need to make that 100 engaged about 5000+ to make a sale with lots of different posts and t-shirt designs.
     
  3. islandman1010

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    I've seen lots of T shirts on my wall about stuff I like and have even liked them, but to be honest I would never buy and wear one. There is a big difference and maybe people are just not passionate about your niche, even though they like the niche. It takes a lot of passion to buy a t shirt and proudly put it on your chest.
     
  4. Unemployed Loser

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    Your niche is saturated.
     
  5. jmh777

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    I've looked into that and it isn't the case.

    Idk man, I'm basically mimicing a sister niche, where everyone else was buying them. This is definitely
    Not sure what you mean haha. If I engaged 5k people that would cost me way too much to make 1 sale. Are you just saying I gotta test more?
     
  6. choc70

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    I guess what I'm saying is the % up take for any camping on fb is very low especially if you're doing paid ads and especially if you're doing t-shirts, I would suggest investing in a app or bot, cheaper in the long run.
     
  7. jmh777

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    Thats interesting. But a bot for what?