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Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by cyber joe, Aug 9, 2012.

  1. cyber joe

    cyber joe Newbie

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    I want to start a FB Ad campaign but a little bit confuse here. I want to start with Cost per click but my question is when I set my daily spend per day for $20 how many clicks did you think I can get and secondly if the click through rate increase will my pay per click cost reduce on it's own or I will have to reduce it myself. Thanks in advance
     
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    mysterysolver Regular Member

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    Thats depend from the price you will choose for one click


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    xFBxx BANNED BANNED

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    With FB you can choose how much per click. It will depend on how targeted you want your ad to be shown.
     
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    Kethy Elite Member

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    Sometimes it may not get the equivalent returns even you do some effort. Perhaps you have to confirm you've found correct method first.
     
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    there was recently a report stating 54-80% of fb ad clicks are from bots in order to drive up demand and prices...the story was almost instantly removed from fb so im weary of getting ads from them honestly...but even with the botted clicks it still converts better than google ads ive heard
     
  6. Crazy

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    The story beatguy is referring to has been scrutinized by quite a few people for being potentially bogus, as it was published by a fledgling startup. Some are speculating that the story was either made up for publicity, or that their traffic testing methodology was flawed. Nonetheless, it can't hurt to keep an eye on the quality of traffic you're generating.

    Like others have said, what you pay per click is a matter what you bid. Play around with the numbers and see how low you can bid and actually have your ad go live. Start by undercutting their suggested bid by 50-60% and work your way up. Try playing with your target demographic and you may lower your price point of entry. Keep a close eye on the campaign while it's active, because $20 can go very quickly.