Ads for Fans are Facebook's best kept secret

Justin Kistner, Director of Social Products
After the adrenaline rush from hitting your fan growth goal subsides, the harsh reality of "Now what?" takes over. Management starts asking about how you plan to monetize your fan base. They want to know what the return on investment is for all of your new found fans. If you're like most, you turn to the wall in a desperate attempt to publish offers only to be disappointed by the results (we'll talk more about why this happens on the webinar, but it's because transactional content gets low engagement, which means Facebook's EdgeRank algorithm filters those posts out of the stream). What you need are ads for fans. Did you know you can target your fans with ads just for them? And did you know they get an average of 7X higher click through rate; which not only means a higher response, but also makes them a much cheaper cost per click? Join us for this in-depth session on the least understood best practice in Facebook advertising and start delivering real business value from social campaigns.
Nov 17 2011
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Ads for Fans are Facebook's best kept secret
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