My Facebook ads are not getting reach. I need help

by yixar
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So I've been trying to get into tspring for a couple months but whenever I use Facebook ads it never works out.

Here is the problem: I'll set up my campaign on tspring. I proceed to Facebook, set up my ad, interest, behavior, budget etc (cpc tends not to be high after I've honed in on what I want),then the ad gets approved. However, my ad isn't getting any reach. I set my daily budget to $20 for example and at the end of the day my ad spent is like $2. I barely get any reach and maybe 4 clicks.

Ultimately my question is what am I doing wrong?
#ads #facebook #reach
  • Profile picture of the author yordanov
    You must increase your suggested bid. Then your rich will run also. If CPC bid is 0.02-0.04, put 0.05 and this should be fine.
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  • Profile picture of the author badboy_Nick
    Originally Posted by yixar View Post

    Ultimately my question is what am I doing wrong?
    I think it's a case of budget and billing. Try increasing your budget to about $500 and I'm convinced you will get a lot more clicks

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    • Profile picture of the author iluvatoq
      Originally Posted by badboy_Nick View Post

      I think it's a case of budget and billing. Try increasing your budget to about $500 and I'm convinced you will get a lot more clicks

      Nick

      And DON'T do that because you can get to $500 FAST.
      Make sure you set your bid high enough.
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  • Profile picture of the author campbelljof
    Hi Yixar,

    Getting outreach in Facebook depends not only the budget which you have assigned and attributes you provided, but it depends on so many factors viz.the geography which you are targeting have potential audience or not.
    Product and services you are offering the audience are relevant or not.
    The ads you have prepared are relevant or not.
    The image you are using should be cleared and it pass the message to the audience.
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  • Profile picture of the author luciesmazanska
    Hello

    I think that there is still an option called: "spend ASAP" or something like that
    So uncheck CPC and check Spend ASAP so your ad will get more exposure.
    hope it will help
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  • Profile picture of the author JBroyer44
    When you set up your targeting options what is the audience size? Are you running to all placement types?
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  • Profile picture of the author devidweb
    It's important to make sure your budget aligns with your target audience, as there are only a finite number of impressions available for any given target audience.

    Thanks
    Devid Web
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  • Profile picture of the author doanxuanhoang
    I think it's disconet.
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  • Profile picture of the author William2010
    I don't know if you guys are up to date with the news, but Facebook has already announced that they are having problems with their ads, and that is because soon they will remove the feature Pay Per Impression.
    So all the campaigns that are optimized for Impression sometimes will have problems.
    What you can do is to delete your ad, and create it once again..this will solve your problems fast
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