Facebook Outreach PLR eBook

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Facebook Outreach Table of Contents

Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………. 4

Getting Started………………………………………………………………………………….. 6

Guided Creation…………………………………………………………………………………. 8

Ad Types………………………………………………………………………………………….. 11

Targeting On Facebook…………………………………………………………………….. 17

Finding Targets……………………………………………………………………………… 21

Tips & Tricks…………………………………………………………………………………….. 23

Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………………….. 26

Resources………………………………………………………………………………………… 28

Here Is A Sample Of The Content You Will Find Inside The Facebook Outreach PLR eBook Lead Magnet:

Introduction

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last decade or so, you already know how huge Facebook is. They claim to have over 1 billion daily active users, and many of those people spend close to an hour a day using the site, on average.

The biggest problem with Facebook in recent years is that their organic reach—the people you can reach without spending money—has declined to nearly zero. Even if you have a fan page with thousands of fans, you still have to pay to reach your own fans. Crazy, right?

It’s not all that crazy if you think about it. Most people are fans of dozens, if not hundreds of pages on Facebook. If all those pages shared several articles per day, most of the posts would just get lost, anyway. There’s just too much content being posted.

So, Facebook has implemented some changes that make it so that only a small fraction of a page’s users ever see each post.

We all know this wasn’t done solely to keep Facebook’s users happy. It’s pushed a lot of people to spend money on ads, despite having a huge following on the site. It’s a wonder they don’t have a mutiny on their hands! But since they’re such a huge source of traffic, we all do what we have to do, which is paying for ads even if we already have thousands of fans.

Yes, it sucks for those of us who paid for advertising to obtain those fans in the first place, because we then have to pay again to have our posts reach those fans we already paid for. It’s double-dipping at its finest. But if you wanna play, you gotta pay. And it’s their site, so it’s their rules.

In this guide, you’re going to learn how to basically beat Facebook at its own game by learning how to create ads that will get both paid and organic reach, as well as how to get the most bang for your buck by learning how to create widely successful ads at the lowest prices possible.

We’ll also cover the best ways to target the right audience for maximum profitability, how to keep your costs down, and how to use retargeting to pull in potential lost sales.

So, let’s get started!

Getting Started

The first thing you need to do is log into your Facebook account, or create one if you don’t already have one. You can use your personal Facebook account for this if you want, because your ads are in no way linked to your name. They’d be linked to your Facebook fan page, if anything.

It’s highly recommended that you do all your work with Facebook Ads on a desktop computer or laptop, not on a mobile device. If you don’t have a desktop or laptop, see if you can borrow one, or use one at a library or internet café. The dashboard is buggy at times on mobile.

To get to your dashboard, click the small arrow at the top right of your Facebook profile to bring up the drop-down menu and click on “Manage Ads”.

You can also just type in the URL if you can’t find this option easily:

>> http://www.facebook.com/ads

If you’re using an ad blocker, they’ll ask you to turn it off or add the web page to your exception list. Once this is done, you should refresh the page.

You may find this dashboard a little confusing at first. There are a lot of available options, and sometimes they can seem a little redundant. The same information may appear in multiple locations. Take a little time to familiarize yourself with the dashboard before jumping into ad creation.

You’ll notice there’s a Guided Creation mode that will help guide you through the process and a Quick Creation mode for people who are a little more familiar with the Facebook Ads creation process.

Once you’ve got a hang of the basic options, let’s take a close look at the different types of ads that are currently available.

Guided Creation

If you’re new to Facebook Ads, you might want to try out their Guided Creation mode.

In this mode, you’ll have three different categories of options (Awareness, Consideration, and Conversion) and multiple selections within each category.

Under Awareness, you will see Brand awareness and Reach. Brand awareness is basically when you want to target people as tightly as possible for the best conversion rates, and Reach is when you want to get as many views or visitors as possible.

Most of the time, Brand awareness is the better option, because most businesses want to focus tightly on their niche.

Under Consideration, you will see six different options:
Traffic, Engagement, App installs, Video views, Lead generation and Messages.

Traffic is used to drive traffic to a particular destination. Engagement is to help increase elements such as likes and shares of your content on Facebook. App installs will help you get more people to install your app. Video views will get more people to view your video content. Lead generation will help you build your list, and Messages will help you get more direct messages sent to your Facebook page.

Under Conversion, there are three options:
Conversions, Catalog sales, and store visits.

Conversions will help you get various types of actions on your website or app, such as opting in to your email list, signing up for a membership, or watching a view. Catalog sales will display various products from your online store to increase sales. And Store visits will drive foot traffic to a brick-and-mortar location.

Confused, yet? Don’t worry, I’ve got your back.

Let’s say you have an online store selling pet supplies. You want to get more people to buy your products, so you would choose “Catalog sales”. This will allow you to add items from your online store to a catalog of merchandise that let you make different types of ads that focus on selling specific items.

In order to use this type of ad, you’ll need to set up your catalog. There are four types of catalogs you can create: E-commerce, Travel, Real Estate, and Auto. The other three categories are self-explanatory, and the E-commerce category covers anything that doesn’t fit into those three (anything sold online.)

If you’re using Shopify, WooCommerce, BigCommerce, Magento, or Google to sell your products, they have a process that will help you import your entire product catalog quickly. If you’re using the E-commerce category for your catalog, you can save a lot of time with this method.

Each selection has a specific purpose, so you can choose the one that’s right for your goals.

Once you’ve decided which type of campaign you’d like to run, it’s time to start targeting your audience.

You will also be getting a professionally designed high converting squeeze page that you can use to build your email subscriber list!

Here Is A Screenshot Of The HTML Squeeze Page That Will Be Included With Your PLR eBook Purchase Today:

 

Facebook Outreach PLR Squeeze Page

 

As an Added Bonus You will also be getting 7 done for you PLR follow up emails that you can add into your Autoresponder so you can start sending to your new email subscribers immediately after they join your email list!

Here are the email subject lines to the 7 email follow-ups you will be getting in this eBook PLR product.

  1. Title: Is Facebook Still A Good Traffic Source?
  2. Title: Which Type Of Facebook Ad Is Best?
  3. Title: Facebook Ad Formats Explained
  4. Title: Create Facebook Ads With The Guided Creator
  5. Title: Targeting Options On Facebook
  6. Title: Placement For Facebook Ads
  7. Title: Retargeting On Facebook

Here is an example of one of the emails you will be getting

Title: Retargeting On Facebook

Hello,

We’ve covered targeting already, so what’s this REtargeting stuff?

Think of it this way.

Have you ever wondered what happens to all those people who leave
your website without buying anything or joining your email list?

Wouldn’t you like another chance to get those people back?

Retargeting lets you do exactly that!

Have you ever been on Facebook or some other website and seen an
ad for a product you JUST looked at very recently?

Maybe you searched for something like “Dora the Explorer backpack”
on Amazon, and lo-and-behold, that exact product suddenly shows up
the next day on a banner in your newsfeed.

What the heck?

This is retargeting. It allows you to use a prospect’s shopping
and browsing habits to draw them back in for a second chance at
getting their business.

It’s a bit technical to set it all up, but trust me, it’s well
worth the effort! It takes the average person about three times
seeing the same thing before they take action, so you can greatly
improve your results by showing them the same thing multiple times!

The first thing you need to do is set up an audience pixel to track
people.

Here’s how it’s done:

1. Log into your ad manager on Facebook.
2. Click “audiences”.
3. Click “create audience” and then select “custom audience”.
4. Select “website traffic” and then “anyone who visits your website”.
5. Name your audience.
6. Copy the code it gives you.
8. Paste your code into the <head> section of your web pages or
your WordPress theme.

Next, you need to set up the conversion pixel. This is used to track
things such as sales, and people who sign up to your email list.

To do this:

1. Log into your ad manager on Facebook.
2. Click “conversion tracking”.
3. Click “create pixel”.
4. Choose a category for your pixel based on your chosen objective.
5. Name your pixel.
6. Copy the code.
7. Paste it on the page people are taken to immediately after they
take your desired action. (For example, the thank you page after
they buy something or after they opt in.)

Once you’ve done all this, there should be a green dot beside all
of your pixels to let you know they are installed correctly. If not,
visit your page again to register a visit, or check your work and
try it all again.

Now you can use the retargeting option when you create an ad to
bring back lost visitors!

There are lots of detailed tutorials online that will show you
how to create effective ads for retargeting. It’s too complex to
cover in an email, but if there are enough people interested I
might do a separate series on it!

Interested? Just let me know!

Until then,

{YOUR NAME HERE}

PS- Be sure you’ve whitelisted my email address so you don’t
miss any of the killer training I’ve got coming up soon!

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Facebook Outreach PLR eBook

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