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How to save money on ads? I got you covered.

by lowkey » Sat Mar 11, 2017 6:24 pm

Sorry I was really excited to write this like an hour ago but damn I am too sleepy now after arranging my content for this post. But I'll make it simple for now, and come back later with more screenshots, facts and figures. In betweens, you can visit my hot post : 1 year 7 months research compiled. Just visit my profile, click on my topics and for god sake, I promise you, that is exactly what you looking for if this saving money on ads topic get you here.

So for now, the simple way to save money on ads is :

Build your fanbase > Target them > Thats all.

Too simple?

Let me tell you why. This is not 1990. This is not politics where you get your supporters to join together and scream your names. This is 2017. Who is your fanbase? Where? How? And do you get what I said just now? This is not 1990.

I repeat, they dont scream your names. They have interests in you, and by gathering these fans, and target them for ads, you will save at least 60% of the your money spent targeting on cold audience.

For those who is new here, I do awesome job on research, been on a couple (7 projects for the past month after my last posts) as marketing manager and lets do it this way, dont be some lazy ass hat, and go read everything I've wrote in this forum including those hateful posts. You will know the type of guy I am and what I bring into the table.

Good luck boys. Leave your comment below for any specific questions.
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by sbriggman » Mon Mar 20, 2017 5:07 pm

Wow. Incredible post. Totally going to be including this in the newsletter I send out this week.

I 100% agree with you on the building your fanbase to avoid wasting money on ads. Ironically, you can also make use of all of FB's ad features to hyper target strangers when you DO have a fanbase.

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by anthokoka » Tue Mar 21, 2017 7:14 pm

Great Post!
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by lowkey » Tue Apr 04, 2017 5:02 am

oh i dint realise this post got pin ups too.

thanks sal.
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by Grood1996 » Sun Apr 16, 2017 3:52 pm

The easiest way to look at it is volume or traffic. Anyone can make money from advertising if you can get the kind of traffic necessary to make them pay. If you can get 1,000's of visitors per day (no easy feat) some of those people are going to click on the ads and some are even going to buy.
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