Any Business Minded Paid Ads (fb, Google Etc) Guy/girl On Here That Wants To Partner Up...

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  1. coupekilla

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    ...with a trendy business in the health and beauty space?

    I am having some success and some trouble with paid ads. FB-I am not good at.

    is there anyone here that would partner up and take a share of the revenue/profits (high margins)?
  2. Cody

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    What are the issues/ troubles you're experiencing with paid ads?
  3. coupekilla

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    well i think its my targeting but its one of those situations where i dont know for sure where i went wrong because i dont know what i dont know lol. i do know however that FB ads work for my specific products becuase i know competitors use it. so there is a way clearly, its just figuring out that way.

    i spent around 500$ and literally got zero sales. and then just gave up. started using google ppc and got sales but they were too expensive.
  4. coupekilla

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    and the issue i have with "consultants" or "ads managers" is that part of their fee increases with my ad spend, which to me is completely wrong!!
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  5. Cody

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    The way they see it is if you end up making more money/ conversions from your ad-spend increase (because that's what boosts the adverts to be shown more often in Google Search Engine) then why should they get a little cut of that. I understand say if you make no profit from it and have to pay them more, you'll be out of pocket. That's unfair indeed.
  6. Cody

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    In regards to Facebook advertising here's a PDF you can download (I wrote it myself) regarding how to improve your FB ads. A lot of these tips can also be used in conjunction with your AdWords (Google) too.

    Also, focus on finding low competition, high converting keywords.
  7. coupekilla

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    thanks you for your comments and the PDF offer. i will check it out. would you be interested in getting involved in the way i mentioned in my initial post?
  8. coupekilla

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    yeh i get that logic but it doesnt always work thats the issue. however, offering a profit share does work all of the time.
  9. liamhawes

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    Have you considered setting up a proper affiliate commision system? That way you only have to pay people a cut when your products sells.
  10. Globetraveler

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    I'm far from being a FB ads expert, however there's lots of free info available online. Check out Eza Firestone, he has plenty of videos on running successful FB ad campaigns - I think he specialises in the health and beauty space. Personally never used this tool, however been looking carefully at Adsviser 2.0, which basically shows you the best performing ads within a particular niche, looks promising though. My general limited understanding is that you should consistently be split testing, different audiences, different ad types with small budgets till you find out what works and what doesn't.
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