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My journey to building something long term

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by jinsandy, Apr 19, 2015.

  1. jinsandy

    jinsandy Regular Member

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    I need a post like this to keep me motivated throughout my journey.

    I have been online for over 10 years. I have had my highs and lows. Pretty much I have done it all.

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    This was the stats for 4 days.

    As for my journey. I cant reveal too much not because of saturation, but for personal reasons.

    I can tell you that it wont be SEO, ORM, or FB/TW/Pin related ( i work with them on a daily basis)

    Feel free to ask me about media buying. I enjoy helping non-noobs (sorry, i cant handle noob questions)
     
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    prinse Power Member

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    Amount spent is 300k+ explain that!
     
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    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    I'm not jealous at the fact that you spent that much, but at the fact that you have an account with EXTREMELY HIGH spending limits.

    It's a FB marketer's wet dream. :p
     
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    Wow - those numbers are insane!

    Best of luck with the journey!
     
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    Franklin Hattchet Senior Member

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    Nice numbers :) facebook must be loving you haha.
     
  6. jinsandy

    jinsandy Regular Member

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    Multiple campaigns.. some do well, many need optimizing. Think about it this way; the ROI i generate is not entirely financial, it is also a data play.



    Yes, FB bills us for the amount that we spend. We're way past credit cards on our accounts.

    The majority of my spends have been using the reach and frequency option of bidding.. which can be costly if you want to reach everyone within a target. If you noticed my stats, i pretty much hit every one of my target at least 3 times a day... which is quite a lot on facebook IMO.