Category Archives: Facebook Advertising
That was bugging me for a while. I had to dig this shit so deep, play with some stupid FBML scripts found in forums that are usually unfinished and you don’t know WTF to do next. Can’t those retards just post step by step guide lol…
But anyway, what the heck I was talking about here…
Oh yeah, the redirect thing.
You’ve seen some marketers and larger brand pages use this technique. It’s very neat to force people to “like” your page. For non fan you show one page and after they like your page, you present them another page inside the tab. It could be some cool tips, report or anything. Well, thanx to internet marketing wizard (read his … Read the rest »
Tried FB? If you’re amongst the vast majority you lost money and moved on to some other places like MSN CPC or 7search where you can get quality clicks cheaper. However, those that can’t stop thinking about the sheer volume of traffic you can grab from Facebook, keep on cracking it.
One of the biggest problems with Facebook Ads is their cost. Holy shit! Newbs looking at the minimum bids scared to even test a campaign there now. If you select anything like women 35-45 (too broad anyway, but for the sake of example…) your CPC’s might range from $2.50 to $4.80 or something like that. Doesn’t look very sexy right?
And especially if you add another rumor floating around … Read the rest »
For many affiliates, Facebook now sounds like Google. A gigantic company that screws small affiliates over and over again, even when there’s no reason to do so. Let me tell you, from my experience, Facebook is unlike any other marketing platform out there. It’s very unique and therefore can be very difficult for affiliates to make money with it. On the other hand, for those lucky ones, it can be the best marketing friend.
When I started with Facebook, I blew it miserably. I lost all the money with the first test and no results. Even though I targeted my demographics and all that shit. I think the problem was I was selling paid product instead of CPL offer. Although … Read the rest »