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Does anyone have any luck with Facebook Ads for Affiliate Offers?

Discussion in 'Traffic Sources - General' started by Chris Porter, Sep 24, 2018.

  1. Chris Porter

    Chris Porter Affiliate affiliate

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    Does anyone have any luck with Facebook Ads for Affiliate Offers?

    I have paid into Facebook ads and never really got any good results, but when I advertise on Facebook for free I can generate an easy $7,000 a month revenue with a high converting offer

    If you use something else that converts either ppc or cpa that would be great to know!!
     
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  3. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

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    What traffic demographics and GEOs are you working in?
     
  4. Chris Porter

    Chris Porter Affiliate affiliate

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    I advertise in the united states and usually have a wide age range
     
  5. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

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    good luck with that one ... too broad of a range for me ;)
     
  6. 4ikey

    4ikey Affiliate affiliate

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    What exactly do you mean by "advertise on Facebook for free" ? Spam, Likes, and stream traffic to the fanpage? or what?
     
  7. T J Tutor

    T J Tutor Administrator Administrator Marketplace Seller

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    He's trying to get you in his funnel.

    He has not been around for 1 year, then suddenly shows up with an old angle called the "Take Away". He mentions he is doing something, then doesn't tell you any more so that you will start a private conversation with him. Then he hooks you into his funnel.

    LAME!
     
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  8. Graybeard

    Graybeard Well-Known Member affiliate

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    I have only heard of the *takeaway close* (or pitch)
    The Takeaway Close

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    Or, in a lead-generation campaign, change the phrase on your reply card from “for more information” to “to find out how you can qualify” – implying that receiving what you are offering is not a sure thing, but only granted if the prospect meets your criteria.

    Another variation of the takeaway close is used in ads for home-study courses that offer a free booklet with a test to judge your writing or artistic talent … implying that you can’t take the course unless you pass the test.

    Remember, people want what they can’t – or think they can’t – have or get.
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    In the life insurance business it is combined with the negative sell -- what happens if ... _____ Wouldn't you feel better knowing your wife and children would be financially cared for?

    The takeaway conveys mystery or loss of some benefit where the negative conveys fear usually.
     
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