What are the best products/services that convert on facebook ads?

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I've tried selling shirts, sunglasses, dog training programs etc. but nothing seems to convert that well.

Any tips?
#ads #convert #facebook #products or services
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  • Profile picture of the author ClarkPerry
    There are many other people that sell shirts, sunglasses, dog training programs on Facebook, nowadays if your service or product don't stand out or just same old products that consumers see from others, you may really find it hard to convert.
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  • Profile picture of the author cameron242
    So i'm assuming you've got the whole targeting part down.

    So what i i've seen lately for e-commerce is that some people are using pre-sale pages to sell their products.

    For example, this one Youtube channel I saw, they had a dropshipping store that sold gaming keyboards & mouses. What they did is that they made an ad saying "The best gaming setup under $100" They linked to a post on their site, & in the article, they had the products they were selling with a link to buy. value first, sale later approach. Then you can re-target the people who leave.

    As far as programs go, people may not buy the first time around. especially if they don't know you. That is why you see a lot of people (including myself) investing in inbound marketing (give value first then ask for business).

    Hope this helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author caitlynswanston
    Visual content is not only treated more favorably in the Facebook algorithm, but it's also more likely to be shared and remembered than written content. The lesson for Facebook marketers? No matter what type of ad you create, your image needs to be visually appealing.
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