PPC on facebook, need a bit of advice.

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So as you guys can see from my post counter, i am a fresh noob to WF. I have been trying to learn about the world of AM for about two months now, and i pretty much have the basics down. I decided to go with PPC first and learn that, and i have opened 3 campaigns on facebook.

Not to drag on, and bore you, but i need advice, my ads are getting pretty good click rates, but no conversions, im using clickbank, and CPA offers. same has happened for all my campaigns, good click through rates, no conversions... neone have an idea for me to get more conversions?
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  • Profile picture of the author DudleyDog
    If you want to make PPC a success. I'd recommend pay per lead in the finance market. You can get up to $130 per application, which is better than trying to get someone to buy something with their credit card; It makes it a lot easier.
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  • Profile picture of the author lburrell
    PPC on FB is tough, b/c people don't go to FB to buy. There are much better ways to reach people through fb - especially if you have a targeted market and solid keywords.
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  • Profile picture of the author jkennedy
    If your click through rates are good, then it's your squeeze or promo pages that are lacking. ClickBank has a lot of free offers that still pay, they are paying to get people on their lists. Most of these will have the user enter their name and email to receive the free product then they hit them with further email promotions and funnels.

    People LOVE free stuff especially if it is quality content. you may get better results using a similar method. I'm no expert, just using logic and thinking from the user standpoint.
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    • Profile picture of the author keithwin
      I have had very little success when selling directly from Facebook Ads. As was mentioned above, Facebook members don't go there to buy.

      What I like to do, is make a Fanpage and offer something for free in exchange for "liking" my page and capture their email on the download page. Then I can then sell to them later. You will have to put some advertising money up front but the conversions, if you have the right offer, are much better and of course you are also building a list .
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  • Profile picture of the author BenoitT
    Originally Posted by Mly2000 View Post

    So as you guys can see from my post counter, i am a fresh noob to WF. I have been trying to learn about the world of AM for about two months now, and i pretty much have the basics down. I decided to go with PPC first and learn that, and i have opened 3 campaigns on facebook.

    Not to drag on, and bore you, but i need advice, my ads are getting pretty good click rates, but no conversions, im using clickbank, and CPA offers. same has happened for all my campaigns, good click through rates, no conversions... neone have an idea for me to get more conversions?
    Pretty common problem that a fanpage will solve. Lack of pre-sale maybe.
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  • Profile picture of the author jlake123
    HI i am new here today and hope some one can throw some light on a problem i have, i have been tring to get some cpa email submit offers i was advised to try running on facebook, the problem i have is that the offers are ip gated to the region i want to advertise in therefore when the facebook ad approval team view the tracking link url they cant see the page, (or that is the reply i get back even though there is a viewable redircted version of the site to the country ip where i am based). has anyone else come up against this and found an acceptable solution. i would really appreciate anyones feed back. thanks joe the newbie on WF
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    • Profile picture of the author keithwin
      I had this problem a few weeks ago. I created a Fanpage with a banner to the offer and directed the ads to this and it was approved. It seems that it is easier to get ads approved when your send the clicks to a Fanpage rather than a direct link.

      There is a good tutorial on building Fanpages here:
      Facebook iFrame Applications | HyperArts

      It can also depend on who is approving your ad. Sometimes I've re-submitted the same ad a couple of times and it's been approved.

      I've also had ads that have previously been approved, disapproved when I've paused and restarted them.

      Hope That Helps
      Keith
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