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Off topic question about advertising

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Aerial Entertainment Studios, Nov 1, 2015.

  1. Aerial Entertainment Studios

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    I'm addressing this to anyone who has used Facebook and/or these forums for advertising purposes.

    As a general rule, would you say both are complimentary sources or would you say one clearly outperforms the other in terms of ROI.

    I will be advertising here momentarily, but wondering if anyone has had experience with Facebook ads.

    Thanks
    Patrice
     
  2. Indiana_Pilot

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    I run them for our business a lot.. They seem to generate a lot of foot traffic when they run.. In my opinion they are worth the money..


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  3. IrishSights

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    This is not an Inspire topic, should be in off topic imo
     
  4. The Editor

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    Agreed - Moved to Pilots Lounge
     
  5. Phil-RCGeeks

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    I have a bit of experience with 'boost'ing posts on facebookfor my personal freelance business...
    Understandably, Facebook don't like sharing link to external sites so if you want to post a photo or video, post it directly to facebook rather than a link to youtube, vimeo, flickr etc. You will get much better engagement and views this way. Even more if you pay for it to be boosted.
     
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    Which sucks for any type of media as their own hosting is of terrible quality, both for photos and videos... so while you might get more people to see your stuff they'll be viewing degraded content that is not representative of what it should be. Hate them for that :mad:
     
  7. Phil-RCGeeks

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    Correct, That is the price you pay :(