(FREE Tutorial) Drop down your FB advertising cost by 90%

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Facebook actions, likes, followers, shares or any kind of interaction, they are almost for free.

Now I know many of you guys stopped paying for Facebook advertising, because you think it cost you too much. WRONG, Facebook interactions are still for grabs. And not only in Africa, Asia or Russia. No you can still get tons of followers, post likes, website visitors and inter actions from almost nothing!!

And how much is nothing? Well what did you think of 0.1 CENT per interaction? That is not 1 CENT but 0.1 CENT.

I hear you think: “SURE, DREAM ON, STOP TELLING US BULL SHIT!!” Well I don’t.

My region is Western-Europe. We talk about countries like GERMANY, FRANCE, HOLLAND, SPIAN, BELGIUM and GREAT BRITTAN etc. Those are AAA countries.

[COLOR="rgb(255, 140, 0)"]My niche is BIG!! 1.500.000.000.000$ A year, and yes that is 1.500 Billion dollars.[/COLOR]

In one year time I build a FB page with over 11K followers. And not those fake once from strange parts of the world. No real followers, who like, share and visit my website.

In one year I spend just over 1.000$ in Facebook ads. And what did it get in return?
11k Followers
40K website visitors (Who in average stayed more than 10 pages on my website)
And Uncountable amount of FB post likes, shares, comments.
And that all with 1.000$

Now how do I do it? And better how can you do the same?

First understand the following 3 thngs

1. Stop thinking that you can’t do it!
2. Stop thinking that this is just for the lucky people around us!
3. Stop spending money on FAKE likes, 5$ how to di it PDf’s and other methods that will never work!

You creativity, your brain, you capability to analyze and understand what you do is important.

What I do is, I promote posts, I NOT promote to get followers.

Now let's talk about the 8 steps you have to take to get your followers, likes, websites visitors and more.

STEP 1. Understand your niche, really understand it. If you are not in a niche you understand, it will be very hard to understand what your audience likes.
STEP 2. Analyze what competitors do. Look at the ratio between followers and post likes. If a FB has 100K followers and just 10 post likes on a post. Forget about this page, probably fake followers and he not understands what he is posting.
STEP 3. People like photos, but what photo’s do they like? So understand the photos you post.
STEP 4. Make the photos attractive to click. Let them look like a Facebook Album.
STEP 5. Make your post, and see what happens. If you see people react on it, advertise it. Do people not response on it, leave it on your timeline.
STEP 6. DEEP TARGET YOUR AUDIENCE.
This means, go very far. Country, region, city (If needed), age, gender and also interests. That one is the killer. Choose not too many interests, just some. If you have a competitor with 100K followers, real followers then you can target on his followers.
Check out where his followers come from, if they are active, target them. The chance is VERY \likely they will start liking, sharing and following you as well.
STEP 7. Control your budget, start a campaign with the minimum budget and check it after some hours. No response, cancel it. High response, add budget.
STEP 8. Analyze your campaign, was it successful? If yes, can I do it again? If no, what to change and make it better.

This 8 steps will bring down your cost of Facebook advertising and increase the interaction between you and your followers.

Extra’s:
Like every comment that is made on your post, unless it is offensive, hate or way out of line.
Mix your posts: questions, photos and promotion.
Not all ways add your website URL in the post, sometimes just leave it.
And keep searching for that one post that goes viral!!

I hope this post helps you to get better results in FaceBook advertising

Cheers
#90% #advertising #costs #drop
  • Profile picture of the author alvinchua91
    Nice... some business tips up there though, not technical social media tips haha
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  • Profile picture of the author Marketinggg
    Mate it's not about thet likes but how much did you get back after invest $1000 dollar in 11k page likes?
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    • Profile picture of the author allegandro
      Originally Posted by Marketinggg View Post

      Mate it's not about thet likes but how much did you get back after invest $1000 dollar in 11k page likes?
      Don't worry about this, it covert it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Marketinggg
    Can you share this? i want to know haha
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  • Profile picture of the author calculon
    I have a question about point #6. You said:

    "If you have a competitor with 100K followers, real followers then you can target on his followers.
    Check out where his followers come from, if they are active, target them. The chance is VERY \likely they will start liking, sharing and following you as well."

    How do you go about targeting a competitor page's followers? Scraping UIDs and creating custom audiences from them is no longer tolerated by FB, so I am wondering how you are going about this targeting of competitors ' followers?
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    • Profile picture of the author allegandro
      Originally Posted by calculon View Post

      I have a question about point #6. You said:

      "If you have a competitor with 100K followers, real followers then you can target on his followers.
      Check out where his followers come from, if they are active, target them. The chance is VERY likely they will start liking, sharing and following you as well."

      How do you go about targeting a competitor page's followers? Scraping UIDs and creating custom audiences from them is no longer tolerated by FB, so I am wondering how you are going about this targeting of competitors ' followers?
      Very simple, you add the name of the competitor in the lists of interest. If he is for real, people not only follow him but are also interested in him/the company. Very often I just choose just 1 interest of people, and that is then a company.
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  • Profile picture of the author calculon
    Thanks, Allegandro. That makes sense.

    So with your promoted posts, are you creating "Clicks to Website" ads or are you creating "Post Engagement" type ads?
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  • Profile picture of the author allegandro
    Post engagements.

    Because first you post and see how your followers react.
    When their response is good, you start promoting it to people other than your followers.

    Effect.

    Post likes
    Website visits
    Page followers
    Post comments
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  • Profile picture of the author tm6464
    Great info Allegandro,

    I like how you mix new edge social media
    strategies with traditional, time-tested marketing
    principles.

    Questions:

    1. What's the 'least number' of posts would you recommend (per week) for someone starting out?

    2. Do you find & create your own posts / photos (or do you have help)? I'm looking for ideas on leveraging my time for other tasks.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author scribeforvibes
    STEP 6. DEEP TARGET YOUR AUDIENCE.
    This means, go very far. Country, region, city (If needed), age, gender and also interests. That one is the killer. Choose not too many interests, just some. If you have a competitor with 100K followers, real followers then you can target on his followers.
    How do you target a competitor's followers? Is there a way to do that?
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  • Profile picture of the author DustinSolerx39
    Same question as others, how do you "steal" competitors followers? Is that legit?
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    • Profile picture of the author allegandro
      Originally Posted by tm6464 View Post

      Great info Allegandro,
      1. What's the 'least number' of posts would you recommend (per week) for someone starting out?
      2. Do you find & create your own posts / photos (or do you have help)? I'm looking for ideas on leveraging my time for other tasks.
      It really depends your personal budget, I have weeks that I post 10 posts and sometimes just 3. Budget and the quality of my posts must be in a good mix. Don't post rubbish.
      I only post original stuff and photos.

      Originally Posted by scribeforvibes View Post

      How do you target a competitor's followers? Is there a way to do that?
      Very simple, you want to target the serious competitors. Those who are serious are added by Facebook in the list of interests. You just write down their name and they popup in the list.

      Originally Posted by DustinSolerx39 View Post

      Same question as others, how do you "steal" competitors followers? Is that legit?
      100% Legit, Facebook even propose you the names of the competitors the moment you start narrowing down your targeted audience.
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  • Profile picture of the author socialjoe1986
    It's the time to move to twitter ads with tailored audience (custom audience) . Twitter's tailored audiences program allows us to connect with target customers in an even more personalized way. The results speak for themselves, as we saw our engagement rate lifted by 45%. Facebook custom audience is dead (because they won't allow id's to create custom audience) and it's the time to move to twitter custom audience . This tutorial video will help you to know how to start with twitter tailored audience youtube.com/watch?v=ETS7z8kWKKU

    Advertisers can create tailored audiences based on three data types: site visitors browsing behavior, email addresses (or other customer-management data), or a list of Twitter IDs. I prefer with Twitter IDs.
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  • Profile picture of the author CharlesWells
    Not sure I got it entirely but it kinda makes sense, thanks, will try to take action on it!
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