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Motivation For Those Running FB Ads!

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by PxxVxxA, Jan 15, 2015.

  1. PxxVxxA

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    ROI averaged was 300-350%. Account is dead now unfortunately. Feel free to share your ads/results that may motivate others in here!
     
  2. back2basics

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    Unrelated, but since you seem to know what you're doing and your account is dead, do you happen to know a way to specifically check paid post clicks, I can only seem to find overall clicks in insights, not total paid clicks and total organic clicks individually. Not reach, but clicks. Account is also dead so I can't check through ad manager, or at least don't know if there a way to if there is...
     
  3. Bragah

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    Use URL Builder before creating the ads and track everything with Analytics.
    https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1033867?hl=en

    Post click, you can see it as facebook - referral or m./lm. facebook -> but this will include the organic reach as well
    if you don`t have access to ad manager, that would be the only way to have an idea.
     
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  4. PxxVxxA

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    It depends, usually when my accounts get redboxed I can still access them.
     
  5. back2basics

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    I already use GA to track things. The problem is i buy traffic directly from some pages, and i need to determine what was sent from that page organically, and what was sent via paid boost. It makes things a little more difficult than just looking at referrals.
     
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    What do you mean by the account is dead? Were you banned?
     
  7. PxxVxxA

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    Yeah they banned the account
     
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    Only just started with FB ads, background is SEO, but have hit the floor running with an easy 200-400% ROI..... now looking to expand.
     
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    If you could provide a bit more information on what you were promoting, I'd be even more motivated :p
     
  10. PxxVxxA

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    Congrats brother! Let me know if you need any help. Looking at potentially starting a whole skype group for FB guys.
     
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    This is in the health and beauty niche
     
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    I was getting nothing even close to that with FB ads. Not many impressions, far fewer clicks and less than 20 sign ups, zero sales. I tested 3 different squeeze pages. My FB ads account is now "permanently disabled".

    Had better luck with Bing ads using the same 3 squeeze pages. No sales yet but a lot more sign ups to my list. Don't think I'll be doing FB ads again.

    My ads were in the dating niche.
     
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    If you want some help reviewing them and don't want to post in public feel free to PM me. Sometimes all it takes is a little tweak you may have not thought about/seen.
     
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    What was your daily spend, how long did the account last for?
    Were you using a cloaker?
     
  15. SYKing

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    Are you promoting offer through landing page or are you cloaking the link. I have tried beauty product, none of them worked for me unfortunately in fb.
     
  16. PxxVxxA

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    Was spending $400-$550 on that specific ad daily. Account lasted for about 2 months as total.

    Yes on cloaker.
     
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    Ive used facebook ads before and it seems that you get more for your money when you set a lower spending limit per day
     
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    Hey man congrats on your success! FB ads is a tough nut to crack but you seem to be handling it well. I'm also in the process of setting up my cloaker right now would be cool to ask some questions through skype when you have a chance, I Pmed you.
     
  19. Bragah

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    Then make use of the other field that optional. For instance content.

    Group the sponsored posts by a tag and in the campaign name, put the page name you paid to post that.

    Code:
    [URL="http://www.test.com/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=sponsored&utm_content=post&utm_campaign=Page1"]www.test.com/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=sponsored&utm_content=post&utm_campaign=Page1[/URL]
    [URL="http://www.test.com/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=sponsored&utm_content=post&utm_campaign=Page2"]www.test.com/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=sponsored&utm_content=post&utm_campaign=Page2[/URL]
    vs
    [URL="http://www.test.com/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc&utm_content=Ads&utm_campaign=Page1"]www.test.com/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=cpc&utm_content=Ads&utm_campaign=Page1[/URL]
    Also, you can make use of the assisted conversions tab. If you are monetizing with Adsense, it will be a bit harder to put an exact value on the results but you can use event tracking goals to track the clicks, and use the Avg CPC data to help you decide if that worth it or not.
     
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  20. atticanibal

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    How do you get the cost per click so low ? :D lowest i managed to get it was 0.10 :(