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Your 2 cents on Tees + FB ?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by irfanrufi123, Oct 10, 2014.

  1. irfanrufi123

    irfanrufi123 Senior Member

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    I'm really eager to start my campaign but would really love to hear about your experience with it.

    What kind of campaigns and ad types work best?
    Whats your best ever?
    Any personal tip that you can give?
    Anything to avoid ?


    Thank you
     
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    Carepolice Power Member

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    My two cents is that Facebook advertising is garbage. If you're going to launch a T-Shirt campaign then you should appeal to a very hungry audience with an awesome design and advertise the shirt subtly by getting involved in discussions that appeal to your audience.
     
  3. Godziwa

    Godziwa Regular Member

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    Just copy from people who already convert. Last time I heard, 2 days ago, people are still making a killing in the T-shirt niche. I am about to join it and promote it to my fanpage. You should too.
     
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    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    Copying doesn't really work anymore. Spying and twisting ideas you've seen on facebook ads is a much better approach.

    @OP, I haven't done teespring in awhile since FB has been cracking down on them but be sure to never call out a name on your headline or ad copy. That's actually against FB TOS so be careful.
     
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    richardleb Power Member

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    Haven0s seen this since long timee
     
  6. irfanrufi123

    irfanrufi123 Senior Member

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    Thank you for your valuable input guys. I'm looking to absorb some more and then start the campaign.
     
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    sashablack Elite Member

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    OP its actually very profitable to do ads on FB. With regards to selling teeshirts I would recommend to start small... go to jvzoo and there is plenty to sell.

    What converts the best are free trials and or cheap trials with a monthly recurring fee!

    good luck
    -Sasha
     
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    nam6641 Supreme Member

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    FB killed months ago the ability to use laser targeted custom audiences for this purpose.

    As example, people would scrape anyone with last name of Johnson and then create a t-shirt that had something funny about people with last name Johnson. People complained about seeing ads that used their name, thought it was creepy, and FB put the hammer down on this.

    People also made a killing selling t-shirts right after the Seahawks won the Superbowl. This of course was blatant copyright infringement but T-Spring seemed to turn a blind eye to it. I think they've gotten more strict on this now.
     
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    irfanrufi123 Senior Member

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    Not sure what you meant?
     
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    pederasa Newbie

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    Facebook also sometimes advertises and generates fakes likes from fake profiles. I would also not suggest investing there.
    Check 'Facebook Fraud' on YT.