FB Ad has HIGH engagement, but NO SALES. How do you scale?

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Hello everyone, been a lurker for a few months now. Cant Thank you all enough for your contribution to help others. I have been on my make money online journey for about 6 months now and have learned tons!

Now i am starting on E-commerce for its simplicity to understand.

So i have an item i'm promoting and one of my ad sets is having great engagement! I have a bunch of people commenting yes i do want to buy! So i duplicated the ad set with a link now.

Both ads have been up for about 2-4 days

Now my problem is that no one yet has bought. I have sent a message with purchase link and nothing so far either. So i'm not sure if i should create a wc ad, scale the ppe ad, or what since i have no purchases yet. My webpage was optimized for conversions so i do not think is that.

I know i am very close to finding the winning ad but how can i bridge from high engagement to purchase.

Then from there what would be the next step on how you scale your camps.

Thank You for your contribution warriors!
#engagement #high #sales #scale
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  • Profile picture of the author Ly Hang Phong
    I got same situation, how do you solve this issue?
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  • Profile picture of the author Oziboomer
    Originally Posted by Sebastian Toruno View Post

    I know i am very close to finding the winning ad but how can i bridge from high engagement to purchase.

    Then from there what would be the next step on how you scale your camps.
    Make a better offer.

    Retarget people who have expressed an interest with a variety of different offers.

    Once you have positive ROI increase your expenditure gradually until you don't get further improvement.

    Best regards,

    Ozi
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  • The big problem that small online stores stay stucked is that they are loosing lots of money on advertising to get traffic, but don't know how to deal with visitors that are not buying. That's when you are money are flying away.

    You say your site is optmized for conversions, but is it really?

    Best of luck,

    Mihail
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  • lol...you can't scale if you really have nothing to scale...sigh I feel you bro...
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