I got a $50 coupon for Facebook Ads - How Can I Effectively Use It?

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Hello guys,

I got a $50 coupon code for Facebook Advertising and it successfully added to my funding sources.

How can I effectively use it so that I could profit more than $50?

Does anyone have any bright ideas?

I'm thinking of using it to land to an affiliate site so that I might get a sale, but I'm doubting if I can even get a sale.. this is my first time to do this. I'm afraid I might just waste the $50.

Thank you.

The coupon code is FB-SES-NY if you are interested.

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  • Profile picture of the author Akky
    Affiliate Marketing.

    1. Go to Clickbank
    2. Search for products of a famous facebook app.
    3. Promote it with your coupon.

    I think that this will generate more clicks to the page than any other niche "IF" you target the right audience.

    Let's see what the other warriors have to say...

    G'day,
    Akky
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    • Profile picture of the author robrave
      Originally Posted by Akky View Post

      Affiliate Marketing.

      1. Go to Clickbank
      2. Search for products of a famous facebook app.
      3. Promote it with your coupon.

      I think that this will generate more clicks to the page than any other niche "IF" you target the right audience.

      Let's see what the other warriors have to say...

      G'day,
      Akky
      Oh, thank you for your suggestion.

      I didn't realize that. If I advertise a facebook related product that might convert really well.
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  • Profile picture of the author JamesFrancisIM
    If you want to do Facebook Advertising well, you need to get a few things straight. Ryan Deiss talks a lot about this, but here's the basics.

    Before your ad can even be shown, facebook make it mega difficult for your ad to get approved.

    There's like a million hoops you have to jump through, so follow these steps and you should be fine.

    1) Landing Page
    - Don't direct link to a sales page or a blatant opt-in form, otherwise your ad won't get approved. Instead, have a 'sandwich page', which is essentially a short page related to your advert's text and describes the topic in a bit more detail, with a link at the bottom which leads to the main landing page you're going to promote.

    2) Ad Text
    Don't Write Your Main Text Like This. It's acceptable to have your title like that, but write your main ad copy with perfect english and grammar otherwise it won't get approved. Also, the best titles are those which ask a question. Finally, don't make the ad copy offensive in any way, otherwise it'll get disapproved for that, too.

    3) CTR
    Use an interesting image RELATED to your offer to attract attention and encourage a click through. The usual "have a call to action" yadda yadda applies in the ad text, but don't be spammy about it.

    There's also a million different guidelines about what content you can advertise, so you should read their full list of advertising rules and guidelines before you submit your advert.

    As a final recommendation, you should submit a really simple ad first which you're 100% sure will get approved, then stretch the boat out a bit to see how far you're allowed to go with your advert.

    Hope I've helped :-)

    - James.

    P.S. Oh yeah, it works best on CPA offers instead of high-ticket clickbank products.
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    • Profile picture of the author robrave
      Originally Posted by JamesFrancisIM View Post

      If you want to do Facebook Advertising well, you need to get a few things straight. Ryan Deiss talks a lot about this, but here's the basics.

      Before your ad can even be shown, facebook make it mega difficult for your ad to get approved.

      There's like a million hoops you have to jump through, so follow these steps and you should be fine.

      1) Landing Page
      - Don't direct link to a sales page or a blatant opt-in form, otherwise your ad won't get approved. Instead, have a 'sandwich page', which is essentially a short page related to your advert's text and describes the topic in a bit more detail, with a link at the bottom which leads to the main landing page you're going to promote.

      2) Ad Text
      Don't Write Your Main Text Like This. It's acceptable to have your title like that, but write your main ad copy with perfect english and grammar otherwise it won't get approved. Also, the best titles are those which ask a question. Finally, don't make the ad copy offensive in any way, otherwise it'll get disapproved for that, too.

      3) CTR
      Use an interesting image RELATED to your offer to attract attention and encourage a click through. The usual "have a call to action" yadda yadda applies in the ad text, but don't be spammy about it.

      There's also a million different guidelines about what content you can advertise, so you should read their full list of advertising rules and guidelines before you submit your advert.

      As a final recommendation, you should submit a really simple ad first which you're 100% sure will get approved, then stretch the boat out a bit to see how far you're allowed to go with your advert.

      Hope I've helped :-)

      - James.

      P.S. Oh yeah, it works best on CPA offers instead of high-ticket clickbank products.
      Thank you for your suggestion. That gets my head dizzy. It seems like I need to learn a lot before I can even put up an ad
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      • Profile picture of the author JamesFrancisIM
        Originally Posted by robrave View Post

        Thank you for your suggestion. That gets my head dizzy. It seems like I need to learn a lot before I can even put up an ad
        Yeah, Facebook are super strict on what they'll allow to be advertised.

        Although they only do it to be cool to their users

        - James.
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        • Profile picture of the author All Night Cafe
          Originally Posted by JamesFrancisIM View Post

          Yeah, Facebook are super strict on what they'll allow to be advertised.

          Although they only do it to be cool to their users

          - James.
          Hey James, happy easter. I couldn't get Ryan's course
          at the time. But I want to say I like your steps you
          have provided to us.

          I will follow what you showed. I know I'll be headed
          in the right direction.
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          • Profile picture of the author 3nikki
            Sorry I can't shed much light on this as I have not tried it yet. But I am hoping you can help me

            How does one snag a 50 dollar coupon for Facebook ads.

            Thanks
            Naveen
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            • Profile picture of the author JamesFrancisIM
              Originally Posted by 3nikki View Post

              Sorry I can't shed much light on this as I have not tried it yet. But I am hoping you can help me

              How does one snag a 50 dollar coupon for Facebook ads.

              Thanks
              Naveen
              Just use the code FB-SES-NY inside your "funding sources" page of your facebook advertising account.

              And no problem All Night Cafe, I'm glad I helped. Happy Easter to you too :-)

              - James.
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  • Profile picture of the author Akky
    No problemo!

    Hope you do good with it.

    G'day,
    Akky
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