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Need some advice on targeting with FBAds

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by CrazyAppel, Mar 19, 2017.

  1. CrazyAppel

    CrazyAppel Newbie

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    Hello there,

    I've been cracking my head on a campaign for the past few hours. I'm running a WooCom Dropshipping site and I use FB to generate traffic, pretty basic stuff.

    Recently I was trying to target a certain product, but the audience keeps confusing me. If I target my audience I get a potential reach of 18k-20k which I'm not sure is profitable with my amateur ecom skills. However I can't exactly make it any broader else it's the same as targeting "Game of Thrones" group while selling a GoT themed product (example).

    I know that it's a situational issue and that you can't really help me unless you know my product niche, but I'm wondering if there are any common workarounds...

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. donut020

    donut020 Junior Member

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    following..
     
  3. hippo123

    hippo123 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I dont get it. So you are saying that your niche audience is so small (18-20k?)
     
  4. CrazyAppel

    CrazyAppel Newbie

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    Yeah basically, right now targeting semi-specific with my niche creates a very small audience, however a normal range of audience (100-170k from what ive seen) is impossible to get for me without very broad and vague targeting, I think I just have to drop this product.
     
  5. hippo123

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    IMO small and super niche related audiences tend to convert the best. My advice is to test it first before chucking it away.