Managing An Ad Campaign – Part 2

 

In my last post (Managing An Ad Campaign – Part 1),  I explained how to blast your ad to a list of Safe-list Sites. Now I will show you how to quickly blast your Ad to Facebook Groups with a simple click of the mouse.

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FB Blast (2)

Clicking on the “FB Blast” icon for the campaign will allow you to load up to 20 Facebook Groups from the database and quickly post your ad to those groups.

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Select one of the lists as shown above then click the “Blast Selected List” button. It will display the list of Facebook groups that you will be blasting to and some additional information about the Ad itself.

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The Groups that make up the list are displayed along with the Campaign Ad. You can copy the ad shown above and then paste it into each Group. Remember that this is not an auto-post software, but a manual system. That means that you must join each Group before you can post to it. You only do this once. A tracker link has been created for the Campaign. Always use this link in your ads. It logs every hit on your landing page.

If you don’t have the time or the inclination to post your own ads, we can do it for you. We have several packages that will suit your budget.

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I use Lastpass to capture all my passwords. It automatically loads the username and password for each safe-list so I don’t have to remember or even type it in. You can post to all loaded safe-lists in a matter of minutes.

In the next post I will explain how to analyze the data gathered while running your campaign.

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