Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by filmosophist, Oct 10, 2014.
I am learning a lot from this thread bro. Keep it up and good luck ..
I tried to make a t-shirt campaign for a certain birth year. I targeted people with just one year of age. Facebook did not approve my ad.
Your ad wasn't approved because it doesn't follow Facebook's Advertising Guidelines for language that is profane, vulgar, threatening or generates high negative feedback. Ads can't use language that insults, harasses or demeans people, or addresses their age, gender, name, race, physical condition or sexual preference.
I never tested my luck on Teespring yet but after reading your post I am really inspired to give it a try.thanks OP for this amazing post.
Haha! So you can't make a T-shirt that has someone's name on it, or even a word like "fit"? That is political correctness gone mad, indeed.
Lol, never heard that they were so strict. Try emailing them and asking for explaination
I want to advertise on facebook, but whether it can be advertised with Payooner? :nap:
Forgive me for hijacking this thread but from wht i see here, i'd assume you are the author of signerface, correct? i found it here in the downloads a few days ago (seems to have disappeared now) and tried to use the 3 use trial but all 3 attempts failed. i am very interested in purchasing but i have to see it work at least once. please contact me at your earliest convenience. thanks
How much signerface will cost so i can put money ready?
Definitely subbed to this!
I've been enjoying your face ids tool. I've actually had a couple conversions in a very impossible niche because of it, so this is going to be very interesting.
Signerface would be a good tool, but there is a wrong fb link in it regarding graph search. So you only can extract from petition site but then you cannot get the fb emails because it stops working because of this error. If this could be fixed I would be very happy.
Will signerface still be launched?
Amazing journey have subscribed to your thread, to keep posted.
Great thread, keep it up and good luck!
I haven't got fanpage, but I know that should make new one. Let's say I want to make t-shirt about Sony company, for example I want to put some interesting text about Sony, maybe image of their product, but mostly it's about SONY COMPANY. Should I make fanpage about Sony products, Sony company or maybe fanpage only about Sony T-shirt? I really don't get it, because I want to promote my t-shirt, so... how many posts should I write on my fanpage? Should be there only one post with link to my t-shirt? What about profile picture, put there t-shirt again? Please, I need more details.
And the second thing is that I dont understand what do you mean by posting this image
Are you going to post it on your fanpage? What are these things on t-shirt's right side?
sorry for my english, im still learning. good luck and I hope you can help me, because I want to make everything clear for me.
Subscribed to this thanks for the info. I do a lot of illustrating but, have not thought of marketing it out. This seems like a awesome way to go. Keep up the great work
Hello everyone and Thank you Filmosophist's journey, it is really inspirited me a lot.
I have a question about faceids , looks like it is a very good tools to create targeted audience , but I have heard that facebook has changed their rules, so is faceids still safe to use without ad account get banned?
This is a very interesting topic. I hope to see more tips and discussion in the future.
I tried my luck with teesepring with a t-shirt for a city, which totally was a waste money. Burnt ? 60 because I was married to my design and was not able to kill it asap. The design was good in my eyes, but the audience just wasn't as passionate about it.
I designed a few t-shirts and products which I sell on zazzle every now and then, but I would like to find a strategy for killing it on teespring, because the profit margin is way better.
I have designed a new t-shirt / hoodie, I was testing with fb ads. I selected "website clicks" as my objective. Only got 8 clicks to the website (zazzle.com) and spent ? 10 in total for two design variations. This test was intended to verfiy which design works better.
Not sure what to do now.
Do you guys use "post engagement" as the objective or do you go for conversions?
Interesting journey and subscribed...OP! Could you please re-upload the background banners zip....It seems that the link in first page is dead...
Sorry for the delay guys, I was extremely busy with tools and stuff.
It's preferable to make a fan page for your product that you want to promote. In this case, I suggest you a fan page for your Sony T-shirt otherwise you can use the Sony Products Fan page. It's better to stick on this fanpage since you will continue to sell sony related products.
Yes, your offer it's better to be connected directly to your T-shirt offer (teespring). This is one of my banners that I used to promote my Teespring offers. On the right side it the text and a button inside the photo.
I hope it helps.
Since you have found some designs that look nice, you have to test it on the right audience. You can mix your campaign with targeted custom audience or you can target hidden profitable Interests directly by searching on google, facebook, Wikipedia or related sites. You can dig to find these interests or you can use paid software's for this like targetinterests.com.
Test your audience by reaching 10k people and understand if this ad - banner - design is the right one. And make tests until you find the one that it is profitable.
Test, test, test.
Depends on how you are using these targeted facebook emails. You shouldn't use apps which extract all the page's users. When you promote all the audience of a page, Facebook algorithm hits red and may cause troubles to your account.
There is a big distinction between programs that 'scrape' versus those that work with the FB API to retrieve those UIDs. Collect audience via Facebook API which is safer than every other software. Mix your campaigns with custom audience and ads without. Avoid using ads and offers that are deceptive.
I hope it helps.
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