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The difference between a good ad image and a bad one

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by thizzladen, Nov 25, 2016.

  1. thizzladen

    thizzladen Power Member

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    The good one has only been up for about 2 hours, so I know it's already gonna get MUCH cheaper tomorrow (probably hit 1-2 cents per like)

    The bad one was disabled after 2 hours. If I can't get it to at most 2 cents per like I'll trash it.

    Current CTR ... 15%
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  2. ignus

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    Does your image rapresent people in the good one? and the bad one?
     
  3. chakde

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    Are you running ads for page likes only? You could do a lot better using other methods
     
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    If you want to be sneaky I'd drive traffic through facebook to your site for that price, then like jack them, gaining the like anyway + free traffic to the site :)

    If likes and rev is what you're going for anyway > I built a 200k page using likejacking without a ban :)

    Otherwise nice share xD
     
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    The problem I'd have is that FB keeps rejecting my site against their TOS :/
     
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    Update :)

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    *Changed my targeting age from 18-50 to 18-24

    What type of methods did you have in mind?
     
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    What's your daily budget to spend that much in such a short amount of time?
     
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    I don't have a set daily budget yet, right now I'll throw $20 - $40 a day towards a campaign and then if it hits 1 cent per like I'll have $50 to $100 daily budget and market my site with it later because I'm trying to build a brand.

    On one page is my brand but it's against facebook's TOS, so I built another page and I'm getting about 3k likes per day from $40 so once I hit about 500k-1million Likes I'm gonna merge this page with my brands page and start marketing to people :).
     
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    what are you marketing? what are you even posting on these pages?