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Hi guys,

I ran my first facebook ad this week to get niche specific likes to my website...it cost me £28 to get 475 likes.

Is that a decent return? Never having looked in to FB ads before I am not really sure if this is any good
#facebook #results
  • Profile picture of the author yoangov
    You can do better, but of course that highly depends on the niche.

    If your niche is hard, then this is a good run, if its not that saturated, then you can definitely do better.

    I must say for your first attempt, it's a decent return.
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Hill SEO
    I spent quite a lot of time creating a custom image for the ad so fairly happy with the return...I might keep it running until I hit 1,000 - already seeing some good traffic through the links I have posted on the FB page
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  • Profile picture of the author HQscripts
    If the fans are really targeted and will have benefit of them, than it is worth. Depends what you offer/sale on the fanpage, can get back that amount in short time and keep the fans for free
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  • Profile picture of the author EPoltrack77
    Does not sound too bad. How's your page? You can see how many people are viewing your post.
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  • Profile picture of the author Paul Hill SEO
    Just passed 600 now and probably the most interesting thing is the demographic of my likes - this certainly gives me food for thought in terms of future marketing / advertising
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  • Profile picture of the author dejaone
    It's a good ROI. The cost per like would go anywhere from one cent to a dollar dependent on the niche and geo. B2B ads usually cost more.
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