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What Do You Find Works Best With Facebook Ads?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by ArtVandelay, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. ArtVandelay

    ArtVandelay Power Member

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    Facebook ads can be tricky, and the subject matter of them varies tremendously between niches.

    In general, what do you find works best in your Facebook ad copy?

    A 'call to action'? - "LIKE this page if you agree!"
    A statement of cause? - "We stand for the betterment of animal rights in the USA!"
    Something clever - a poem or witty sentence
    etc. I could go on and on...

    What do you find works best? In terms of both getting a high CTR and even getting a low CPM if you have a rule of thumb for that.
     
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    Nice image + engaging sentence. Of course this matters dramatically based the niche and demographics.
    Got to think the people your trying to attract, if you saw that ad would you click it.
    Informative ad with a clean representation of one of the brands has work nicely for me.
     
  3. ArtVandelay

    ArtVandelay Power Member

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    Yes a good image definitely means a lot.
    FB seems to have a glitch from time to time for some people that doesn't allow you to change images for your ads.

    Informative is a nice element to add.
    I imagine it proves value or legitimacy.

    Keep em' coming! :)
     
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    ArtVandelay Power Member

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    Yes I agree it's a great marketing tool.
    Do you know of a way of scraping the emails of all of your page's fans? And is this considered spam? Since they aren't actually opting into anything, with the exception of opting to like your page.