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Facebook ad worth it?

Discussion in 'Social Networks' started by Carl Cho, Nov 26, 2015.

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    I am just wondering if facebook ad is worthy?
    I am running a website which I want to promote and bring more traffics.
    Someone who used the facebook ad tell me what I need to use facebook ad.

    Thanks,
     
    Carl Cho, Nov 26, 2015 IP
  2. Tedel

    Tedel Well-Known Member

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    Yes, as long you use it to draw traffic to your web page and not to a "Facebook page".
     
    Tedel, Nov 27, 2015 IP
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    Zoti Media Group Notable Member

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    #3
    It'S not worth. All fake clicks with 99,9% bounce rate. I have tried it many times.
     
    Zoti Media Group, Nov 27, 2015 IP
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    robyries Notable Member

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    #4
    yes,.. if you know how to use it and can bring you a sale,. otherwise just useless..
     
    robyries, Nov 27, 2015 IP
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    Facebook Ads are effective. It works.
    Because you can get targeted traffic through Facebook Ads.
     
    Jason Joel, Nov 28, 2015 IP
  6. Zoti Media Group

    Zoti Media Group Notable Member

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    #6
    Have you used Facebook Ads? Care to share how successfull you was and what kind of strategy you are using? Thank You!
     
    Zoti Media Group, Nov 28, 2015 IP
  7. John Petrov

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    Yes, Facebook advertising allows you to target some very specific demographics target for your ads – and that’s exactly what you should do. There’s no point in advertising roller blades to grandmas in Chili etc.
     
    John Petrov, Dec 2, 2015 IP
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    #8
    Very good point. You don't think it's even worth it to get real "likes" on your page?
     
    ioZoom, Dec 2, 2015 IP
  9. John Petrov

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    Why not real? I don't understand
     
    John Petrov, Dec 2, 2015 IP
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    I talk about Ads on Facebook per click and FB Facebook itself suggests how much you should bid per click
     
    John Petrov, Dec 2, 2015 IP
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    Don't believe everything is fake!
     
    John Petrov, Dec 2, 2015 IP
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    #12
    I believe it's effective if you have a targeted audience and you are in dire need of quick traffic to your website. Like in our case, we targeted different Southeast Asian nations to participate in our survey.
     
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    I have tried Facebook Ads once and it was a total waste of £7. However I realise that I could have targeted the people who would see my ad a lot better than I did so I was partly to blame. I may well try it again in the new year though I may get some help with it.
     
    Ditso, Dec 8, 2015 IP
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    The most appropriate way to make Facebook ads is to pay per click, NOT pay-per-view. Here's something that might be interesting for the audience - the way to view private Facebook profiles: http://www.faceves.com/
    and they promise success in 80 % of cases.
     
    John Petrov, Dec 8, 2015 IP
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    Good point. Which is more cost-effective, cost per thousand impression or cost per click? Or both? :)
     
  16. King Manu

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    That depends on your content. If you just have a lead page, you are just wasting everybody's time.
    But if you bring a good value that will be in some way useful or entertaining to your targeted audience, it will be deeply rewarding, especially long term.
    Shoveling donuts on visitors throat is becoming really annoying, and I personally don't stay longer than 2 seconds on a page that only tries to sell me something. The only exception is when I personally search for "best donuts shops".
     
    King Manu, Dec 9, 2015 IP
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    werliyu Well-Known Member

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    I am using Facebook Ads to promote content and some affiliate products. Got some good sales conversion and good traffic. Some of them whose visit your website will share it on FB.
     
    werliyu, Dec 9, 2015 IP
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    Yes it is! PPC has always been a good source of traffic along with SEO. I mean, any platform of PPC, may it be Facebook, Adwords or Bing, it would always be worth it. But of course, if you just know how to use it properly and effectively.
     
    Pamela Turns, Dec 9, 2015 IP
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    I have tried Facebooks ads in the past. The way they have it set up looks great...you can narrow your target audience very specifically.
    However, 90% of the impressions I received were fake and I was getting charged. I hear more and more people complaining about this. I see a huge class-action lawsuit in their future.
     
    demaster, Dec 10, 2015 IP
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    You could somehow filter it's demographics?
     
    Pamela Turns, Dec 14, 2015 IP