Facebook Ad Targeting Secrets: 7 Steps To Getting Your Offer In Front Of The Right Audience

By | 17th August 2017
Facebook Ad Targeting Secrets: 7 Steps To Getting Your Offer In Front Of The Right Audience

Here’s What We’ll Cover:

Think that your market isn’t on Facebook? Think again… with 1.6 billion users you can target almost any market on Facebook as long as it’s within Terms of Service (we’ll talk about that too)…

The “But No One Else Would” research process for ensuring you hit your target audience (without wasting money on people who aren’t interested)…

How to use Facebook’s brand new Flex Targeting feature to zero in on the segments of your market that will actually BUY.

The difference between interest targeting, behavior targeting, custom audiences, lookalike audiences and more (and WHEN to use each to maximize results)…

Our “Lookalike + Broad Interest” trick for scaling any winning Facebook campaign to new audiences…

How to find the ideal audience size “sweet spot” when creating cold traffic campaigns (don’t forget this number – it’s critical!)…

Discover 100’s of Facebook targeting options you didn’t even know existed. For example, you can learn to target people who recently moved to Austin, Texas and are looking to buy an Audi vehicle (yes you can get that specific!)…

…and much, MUCH more!

18 thoughts on “Facebook Ad Targeting Secrets: 7 Steps To Getting Your Offer In Front Of The Right Audience

  1. Japs Buidon

    hi, how many interest should I include in my campaign? thank you

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  2. jessestylex

    how do you target a audience for new trends or merchandise that facebook has no data for? I wanted to target a new trend but facebook has no data, groups or pages to target those buyers.

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  3. Vitoria Regia de Amorim Silveira

    Hi! Excelent video!! Thanks! But… where can I find the checklist?? 🙂 Vitoria

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  4. Wyte Rook

    What is the solution for facebooks new policy on now, not being able to overlap interests?

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  5. DERPAZOIDS - DIRTY MEMES

    Everytime i try FB boost I get people that don't even seem real. Or from countries I didn't specify.

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  6. Omar Faruk Rashed

    How I will target those people who use facebook account in laptop & mobile (who use both only they)?

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  7. Cindy Stuart

    Excellent! My learned behavior on hiring – it's a lot easier to not hire a person than to fire them!!! Eliminate drama wherever possible.

    Reply
  8. Zandeek Baldi

    NO THANKS I   DO ADVERTISING  WITH     U TUBE AND  GOOGLES   AND WIX  WEB SITE    NEVER IN MILLION YEARS     FOR  FACE  HOOK   THEY  WILL HOOK YOU UP   LIKE  AHOOKER

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  9. Good 4 You

    you are so good and smart, send me you website and how much is this at month?

    Reply
  10. ohsap123

    Absolutely love this….this is probably one of the best breakdowns out there. The analogy is so true, and it does take some time, effort, and sweat equity to find that audience, but it is well worth it. Thank you for this!!!

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  11. chandan nasta

    I just have Few questions. If I create an ad and suppose 1000 ppl have
    seen it but not joined then I dont want the same ad to show them again
    asking the permission to join. I am juz wasting my money again and again
    showing ads to same 1000 ppl. How do we avoid that and search for more
    new customers. . Lets say for example.

    1. I created ad on 1st Sep and it would end on 5th Sep and that ad rolled out and it was shown to 5000 ppl in the same location whereas the strength was 20000. Out of 5000 more then 3000 people saw the ad and only 200 of them joined. But these 2800 people opened and saw my ad but they did not joined. Now my real question starts from here in my 2nd point

    2. I again created the same ad and rolled out on 6th sep and it would end on 10th sep and it was shown again to 5000 people in the same location but it showed my ads to atleast same 500 people instead of 1000 amongest 5000. How do I ignore them who have already seen my ad and not joined.

    3. I want to create such kinda thing on daily basis and want to ignore those who have already seen. So anyway to do that. I want to do like way on monthly basis, weekly basis and daily basis.

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  12. jason johnson

    That survival " i think the world may end" niche is a strange one. Kinda says that we're all paranoid maniacs digging out a secret bunker somewhere in the garden. Jeez, ive not even though of where im going to dig mine yet. 🙂

    Reply
  13. EllenIsBlessed

    If you're not yet a member of digitalmarketer.com…join today. You will LOVE it, if you're interested in learning about online marketing strategies. Active community, involved and responsive staff.

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