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Just started out with Teespring I know that you need to invest to make money, I currently lost about 100$, but I won't stop

So yeah it's not that easy I'm still learning targeting, so question is.

When should I kill my ads? I know that I should give about 5$ - 10$ to test it out. I got 55 likes, 1 share and 2 comments.



Can someone explain me little this stats are they good, bad, okay?

Also one more thing if you can recommend me some good tutorials about facebook marketing, I'm not looking for some crap tutorials, but high quality tutorials about new facebook pixel (retargeting) and other things.

Thank you for taking time
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  • Profile picture of the author Regional Warrior
    Springy

    First this is to to stop and take stock for five minutes, also do you have a budget ? If not have one so you know how much you are loosing or what works.

    Also for good course trey the WSO sub forum I have seen some very good courses or you could try Udemy or last resort You Tube for the tuts.

    Sorry I could not help with the stats but maybe some one may come along and tell you, one more thing write down or record what you do so you will if you want have a product you could sell and teach others

    Jason
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    • Profile picture of the author Springy
      Originally Posted by Regional Warrior View Post

      Springy

      First this is to to stop and take stock for five minutes, also do you have a budget ? If not have one so you know how much you are loosing or what works.

      Also for good course trey the WSO sub forum I have seen some very good courses or you could try Udemy or last resort You Tube for the tuts.

      Sorry I could not help with the stats but maybe some one may come along and tell you, one more thing write down or record what you do so you will if you want have a product you could sell and teach others

      Jason
      Thanks Jason for now I don't want to teach people. First I don't want to be fake guru, like many people do I don't fool people, don't even want to, maybe in near future if I'll get good enough I'll made product but for now I'll stick to learning.

      I've got some budget yeah, so I'll invest more money into that, but I need some help from people who are willing to help.
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  • Profile picture of the author globalexperts
    The key is to optimize your ads to lower your CPC while driving laser targeted traffic... Lower cost and targeted traffic means more conversion and higher revenue!
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    • Profile picture of the author Springy
      Originally Posted by globalexperts View Post

      The key is to optimize your ads to lower your CPC while driving laser targeted traffic... Lower cost and targeted traffic means more conversion and higher revenue!
      Thank you, on first ad you create how much monthly active people you're targeting? Is it good 400 - 500k?
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  • Profile picture of the author Springy
    I spent already 10€ should I continue or kill my ad, teespring is not an easy task at all, but I'm gonna learn that
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    • Profile picture of the author Giantbrand
      It sounds like a very flooded and hard to target market place, so I would probably wait until you've got the right knowlege to be able to target this, or if you can find someone to help you set it up for a split of the profits even better? Cheers!
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      • Profile picture of the author Springy
        Seems like I went into quite competitive and flooded market it's about specific dog type. I spent like 20€ ( 24$) everyone is liking like more than 150 - 200 likes and also dog owners, but no one wants to buy this kind of tee. I asked on forum what they think and they liked i.

        Seems like I need to find different niche?
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    • Profile picture of the author chyan007
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      Originally Posted by Springy View Post

      I spent already 10€ should I continue or kill my ad, teespring is not an easy task at all, but I'm gonna learn that
      Try tee spring Academy, I am not sure if it is still open and not at all affliated to it by any means, in short it was or is a massive course, you will learn everything about optimizing,, designing and scaling, but sad thing could be, it is closed for new members, just check it out

      Bye for now
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  • Are you direct linking to the tee spring page with your ad?
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    • Profile picture of the author Springy
      I've got both ads one normal with link in add + comment url other one is direct linking + comment url
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    Originally Posted by Springy View Post

    Just started out with Teespring I know that you need to invest to make money, I currently lost about 100$, but I won't stop

    So yeah it's not that easy I'm still learning targeting, so question is.

    When should I kill my ads? I know that I should give about 5$ - 10$ to test it out. I got 55 likes, 1 share and 2 comments.



    Can someone explain me little this stats are they good, bad, okay?

    Also one more thing if you can recommend me some good tutorials about facebook marketing, I'm not looking for some crap tutorials, but high quality tutorials about new facebook pixel (retargeting) and other things.

    Thank you for taking time
    Hi,
    cool that you're doing Teespring.

    The reason why your not making sales is because you might be in an overcrowded niche. You see, you will have people spending tons on their campaigns which raises the difficulty. This is my opinion.

    Here's what you could do:

    Look for instant niches. What I mean with this, is to search for niches that are trending, that are popular right at the moment. If you are the first, then you will get tons of traffic even without spending tons of money on your campaign.

    Anyways, here is how to find these niches:

    +Go and search Twitter Trending Hashtags or something similar. In fact, just type in "Twitter Trending" on Google and make a search. Check out the first page. Usually, it is Twitters own page on their site.

    +Search for a list of special days of the year and prepare yourself for when the day comes so you will be the first in this niche and thus get loads of traffic... I think you get the idea ; )

    Hope I coud help you, and sorry that I couldn't answer your real question of analyzing the stats.

    Goodluck, you can do it!
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    • Profile picture of the author Springy
      Thank you I'm still not sure if it's that saturated I'm not sure that's the problem, maybe the t-shirt message wasn't the right. Design was okay, but maybe message was not that okay.

      Here are my latest results ...
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