How To Use Facebook For Traffic – Part 2
The first article showed you free Facebook traffic was all about positioning, how to build your page or group and how to become famous.
This time I want to tell you about Facebook PPC
Facebook paid traffic is the bomb – it’s cheap, it’s a lot and you can laser target your audience.
It’s a pretty straight forward process:
You login to your ads account, set your budget, choose your audience… and once you target very carefully your audience, don’t go for big volumes, despite you might think you’d need more people to see your offer. You need small audiences and many campaigns with different capture pages or whatever pages you use, to test what works best. Cancel what doesn’t, and of course leave what brings results. Test it and see what’s best for you…
…you do that and you will get ok results, if you want extremely profitable campaigns and very cheap traffic though you will have to do this:
Use a software called Social lead freak (Update: Social lad freak hasn’t been updated in a while and I no longer recommend it. When it gets updated, I’ll come back and update the article. Sadly, there is no substitute for it) to target people who already bought something similar to your offer, who’s better audience than such people?
Than extract those people using the software and upload them as a custom audience (you can use the main dashboard, or chrome and the power editor, for some reason the power editor only works with Chrome… update: now it works with Firefox too, not sure about other browsers).
Upload as many audiences as you want and run multiple campaigns to see which one pulls the best results. The good thing is once you create those audiences you have laser targeted buyers lists for life, you can use them as for long as you want with whatever products you have to promote.
You can get clicks for as low as $0.02, which is just magic… you know what? just go read this article:
You don’t really need to know much else about Facebook traffic, yet I’ve searched some more crazy articles I’ve written:
let me know if you liked this article and stay awesome.