Facebook Buyer Profiles Location Specific?

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Hi guys,

I'm fairly new to Facebook Advertising but see amazing potential in it.

I'm based in the UK but trying to market a product to US customers. I've been able to target the basic interests, but now I'd like to Narrow it down by purchase behaviour.

However, when I browse through Purchase Behaviour, or search for 'High spenders' etc, it only shows me profiles from the UK.

Is there a way around this, as ideally I'd like to be targeting US customers with interest in my product and who are high spenders.

Many thanks in advance for your help.

#buyer #facebook #location #profiles #specific
  • Profile picture of the author pdn
    at first go advert manager then create your add , then create your location , there put your targeted location US , if you want to target your location US. i hope that you not understand by interests. Interest targeting lets you define your ideal audience by their interests, hobbies and Pages they like on Facebook. We identify interests from information they've added to their Timeline, keywords associated with the Pages they like or apps they use, ads they've clicked on and other similar sources.
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  • Profile picture of the author RG16
    On Facebook, you'll only pay to target your adverts to the exact people you'd like to connect with. Targeting your adverts helps you:
    Find the right customers across devices, including desktop, mobile and tablets
    Deliver relevant messages to specific people
    Get the most value from your advert spend by reaching only the people that matter to you
    How to target your adverts:
    Visit the adverts create tool and select your advertising objective
    Set up your creative, such as advert images and advert text
    Then, choose your audience and select specific targeting options to connect with the right customers
    Fill in your campaign, advert set, budget and bidding details and click Place Order to create your advert
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