Aside from the VA 202 Seminar, these articles about Facebook Ads and Facebook Power Editor helped me in making this portfolio. I hope these can help you learn how you can maximize the power of Facebook ads for your business.
The good thing about Unbounce is it captures the leads (e-mail addresses and other data that you asked from your audience) from the site then you can download it via Excel. But you can avoid the long version of downloading the data from Unbounce to uploading it to your e-mail storage through integration.
A few days ago, I could not past me Facebook pixel to the thank you page that I created. When I went to the VA 202 Facebook Group, I noticed that some of them are also experiencing the same thing. I thank Ralph Solomon for helping me figure out how to copy my Facebook pixel. […]
If you do not like LeadPages because it does not have a free account (it will charge you $40 per month after a 30-day trial), then you can try Unbounce. I opened a Unbounce account around September 2014 after the first pre-webinar for the VA 202 seminar. Before my 30-day free trial is up, I switched to […]
Talk about always innovating! As I study Facebook Ads, these new Facebook Ad features unfolded before my eyes. I saw emails from Facebook for Business one after the other.
After checking the Facebook ads results, I opened my BenchmarkEmail account. To my surprise, I saw that I have 13 e-mails on the email list that I created for the campaign. Moreover, I still have 7 who are still not enrolled in the opt-in.
That is what I remembered most on the conversation that I had with an FB Ads Specialist recently. After getting the results for the three Facebook Ads, I asked the FB Ads Specialist of my I-cannot-sleep-until-I get-the-answers concerns. We worked together for a previous client – I handled the social media management while he took care […]
After a few days, here are the results of my 3rd Facebook Ad: 115 Total Actions 21 Post Likes 11 Page Likes 11 Other Actions
I learned about Interests Targeting when I took the Digital Marketing.com course on Leveraging FB Native Ad Platform to Drive Massive, Targeted Traffic to your Native Content. Previously, I chose the different activities, hobbies, fitness, and the like by clicking Browse. This time, I worked with Facebook’s Graph Search.
After my consultation with the VA 202 Facebook Group, I decided to test the following in Optimization and Pricing: 1. Website Conversions 2. Optimized Cost Per 1,000 Impressions (oCPM) 3. Interests Targeting I decided to use the very first ad that I uploaded on Facebook Power Editor. Anyway, it seems that Facebook did not really see […]