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how to find keywords for a campaign on Facebook ads

Discussion in 'Pay Per Click' started by wilber07, Jun 20, 2013.

  1. wilber07

    wilber07 Affiliate affiliate

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    hello friends I want to know how I can find keywords to create a facebook campaign ads and all the tools to create camapañas on Facebook ads.
    all I have to do in facebook ads and cpa

    thanks hope your aids
     
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  3. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

    On Facebook your looking at more demographics than keywords really, take a look at quantcast and compete as well as google ad planner!
     
  4. Andy Haskins

    Andy Haskins Affiliate affiliate

    I (for the most part) will keep it simple yet obvious if I'm going for something like this so don't necessarily put the research in to the keyword side.

    If I'm promoting a betting site I would target individual club pages etc
     
  5. shivamaduncle

    shivamaduncle Affiliate affiliate

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    Demographics are really important and also you keywords should be matching with you ad, not vague, it will negatively affect your CTR.
     
  6. poulami

    poulami Affiliate affiliate

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    1. You can find the keyword that are related with your Facebook ads
    2. Organize your keyword research.
     
  7. lrs1995

    lrs1995 Well-Known Member affiliate

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    yeah, i agree with K demographics are more important. you can go with broad keywords in fb.
    use quantcast for demographics it will give u great insights.
     
  8. xploit

    xploit Affiliate affiliate

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    Target audience is key for facebook ads - find out from quantcast who would be interested in the product / service / offer and target them.

    May need to split test wording to get best results
     

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