Facebook and Google Adwords penny bids

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G'day everyone,

I'm curious to know what steps and methods people use in order to do Facebook or Google PPC advertising for penny bids and target their niche.

This seems to be something all IM gurus keep close to their chest like a passport at a dodgy international airport, and I've been reluctant to purchase guides or information on how to do this as it kind of defeats the purpose.

So what I'm referring to is running campaigns in either Facebook or Google which costs 0.01c per click or about that figure. This means that generally you're paying $1.00 for one hundred clicks on your target niche (potentially interested traffic, fans, etc.)

Does anyone have any honest idea of how this is done? It's not my forte. :p

Cheers,
#adwords #bids #facebook #google #penny
  • Profile picture of the author HeavenJones
    WOW! I will definitely look into this! This is not something I was aware of but thank you for letting me know it is out there! I will do some research and if I find anything I will post it it and please do the same!!

    Good Luck!
    Heaven
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnnyC123
      Originally Posted by HeavenJones View Post

      WOW! I will definitely look into this! This is not something I was aware of but thank you for letting me know it is out there! I will do some research and if I find anything I will post it it and please do the same!!

      Good Luck!
      Heaven
      You're welcome, as i expected... so far there is minimal response to this thread.

      If people know it they don't want to share it.

      My understanding is that it targets (facebook example) something like max bid 0.02c and then ultra micro niche of their niche e.g. a group or fan page that is related.

      Some how they get this through and the campaign goes live and they receive clicks, I just don't know how they do it yet..
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      • Profile picture of the author friendclk
        To get cheap clicks with Facebook it's all about CTR.

        To get a strong CTR you need to bid very high when starting a new campaign.
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  • Profile picture of the author iAmNameLess
    Use 7search... easy for penny clicks.

    It really isn't about getting 1 cent clicks, you need to be worried about ROI. If these penny clicks don't convert then its useless. I personally have never tried or went for penny clicks. Sometimes I get luck with 20 cent clicks in adwords, you just have to do your research.
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  • Profile picture of the author officer_iron
    As mentioned earlier, it's all about CTR. It's a matter of setting up your ad and targeting it correctly to get you that high CTR. Penny clicks on FB are definitely possible but hard to achieve in a lot of niches. However, .03 clicks are absolutely attainable with a little practice.
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  • Profile picture of the author JustLight
    With Facebook Advertising and Google Adwords, it is all about Click Through Rates. The more your users are having better experience with your advert(s), the less you will pay.
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