6 Facebook Ad Tips for Aliexpress Dropshipping Stores (w/ Fred Lam)

By | August 24, 2019


Sarah: Hey, guys. In this video, I’m gonna give you six tips
for advertising on Facebook when promoting your AliExpress dropshipping store. These tips are gonna help you increase your
sales, your engagement, and your conversion rates, and they’re gonna help you make more
money. And I have a special guest with me on this
video today, my personal friend, Fred Lam. He is an expert at creating profitable Facebook
advertising campaigns for AliExpress dropshipping stores. He’s made millions of dollars with his dropshipping
stores and he also spends thousands of dollars a day on his Facebook advertising campaigns. So I’m really glad to have someone with so
much expertise with me on this video today. And Fred has actually been on our channel
before, in our video, “10 Tips for Selling Online and Dropshipping” and I’ll have a link
to that video in the description below. All right, let’s jump straight into it. Tip number one, spy on your competitor’s ads
for free using the search bar. When it comes to online marketing, one of
the easiest ways to see what works is looking at what is working for your competitors. After all, if they have found a product that
is profitable, then obviously, if that product is promoted right, it can make money. And if they have an ad that they are continuously
running, then there is a really good chance that that ad is earning them money, which
means that there are a lot of lessons that you can learn from it. Now, there are paid tools to help you spy
on your competitors and these are awesome but if you’re just starting out and your budget
is low, you can do it for free. Let me switch over to my computer and show
you exactly how to do this. All right. All you’ve got to do is come to Facebook and
type something like this in, making sure that you use the quotation marks like I am. You can replace free shipping with some other
type of pitch like 50% off and replace coffee cups with whatever your niche is. Then, click “Search.” As you can see, we’ve been given a list of
posts that include this text. I’m just going to click on this one, this
cat face cup. So this here is an ad that has clearly had
a fair amount of money spent on it and fondly enough, if you’re a regular from this channel,
you may actually recognize this item from my other videos. Now, this post has received a lot of likes,
comments, and shares so it’s very clear that a fair amount of money was spent when advertising
this post. And keep in mind, just because a lot of money
was spent on this ad doesn’t mean that there was necessarily a good ROI. The person may not be very good at running
ads or they may have just spent frivolously thinking that they were eventually going to
make it up. The truth is, you never quite know. Interestingly enough, I checked what they
were charging for it. Their price was a cool $29 and if we go to
AliExpress, you can see it’s only selling for roughly $6.50 once you take into account
ePacket for shipping. All right, let’s switch over to Fred so he
can give you our next tip. Fred: Hey, Fred Lam here. Now, for tip number two, on what you gotta
do when it comes to advertising on Facebook with AliExpress dropshipping is choosing the
right objective. Now, on Facebook, there’s a total of 11 different
objectives for you to choose from. There are a lot of rumors that you gotta use
pulse engagement, website click, but I gotta tell you, throw that all away and the only
objective that you need when you’re advertising an AliExpress product on Facebook is simply
website conversion. Now, let me take a step even further. Not just a typical website conversion, you
need to specifically choose a product conversion. Now, for any of you that want exponential
results, don’t just go with the purchase pixel. The best result is actually choose product-based
conversion. So, let’s say that you are selling a bracelet,
okay. When you’re selling a bracelet, make sure
that you go ahead and create a specific product conversion based on that bracelet. You want Facebook to actually find people
that will most likely buy that bracelet. So you want to create that conversion inside
your Facebook account. So simply ignore all the objective. Make sure you actually install your pixel
and make sure that when you set up your ad, choose website conversion and choose purchase,
all right? So that’s it for tip number two. Sarah: Tip number three, the higher your ad
budget, the better the buyers that you target. This is actually a tip that I learned from
Fred while I was taking his Zero Up coaching program and yes, I still do take training
programs. I’m constantly looking to upskill myself. So something that Facebook doesn’t really
advertise or tell you is that the more money that you spend on your ad campaign, the better
the buyers that you target. Now, this sounds really cynical but trust
me when I say that Facebook isn’t doing this to squeeze more money out of you. They’re actually doing this to help you. You see, not all Facebook users are equal. There are some people like me who are more
active. They go on daily, they engage more, and they
buy things. But not everybody is like that. It’s a bit of a cliché but think about people
who have grandparents that are on Facebook. These users tend to go on less, they have
a smaller amount of friends, they engage less, and they’re less likely to buy things because
they didn’t grow up with the internet in the same way that the millennial generation did. Now, I know that that’s not always the case. I’m sure that there are plenty of savvy grandmothers
and grandfathers that are watching this video so please don’t be offended by that. Now obviously, there is a sliding scale, right? You’ve got people like me on one extreme and
then you’ve got the grandmothers and the grandfathers that are not tech-savvy on the other. Well, because of the fact that I am more likely
to engage and respond to your ad, it costs a lot more money to have your ad put against
me because obviously, Facebook charges more for users like me. So when you start out with your $2 or your
$3 or your $5 a day ad budget, you’re probably gonna be targeting people that are in the
lower third of that sliding scale. And it’s not to punish you. It’s to help you not go over your daily budget. And then once you scale and you scale to about
$40 to $200 a day in your advertising budget, well, then you start to hit the people that
are in the middle third of that scale. And then once you start going over that $200
a day ad budget, well, then you’re suddenly gonna be hitting people in the upper third
of that sliding scale and your cpm is going to greatly increase as well. Ultimately, through testing, you’re gonna
find what Fred calls “the sweet spot.” It’s the ad budget that targets the right
group of users to maximize your profits. All right, let’s switch over to Fred so he
can give you our next tip. Fred: Don’t get penalized with audience overlap. So what that means…everyone will be like,
“What the heck is Fred talking about?” Well, here’s one thing. When you’re advertising a product, let’s say
you’re advertising a cat necklace and you’re going after the cat market. Now, if you actually have another asset that
is advertising to the cat market at the same time, you are gonna have two ads competing
against yourself so that’s what’s called audience overlap. You are basically advertising on Facebook
with two of your same audiences overlapping each other within your account. And when that happens, what’s gonna happen
is that Facebook will penalize you and your cpm will go right up the roof and basically,
it will be very, very hard for you to actually make profit from selling AliExpress product. So what you gotta do, make sure you use exclusions,
okay. So when you’re setting up an ad, you can actually
click on the button “Exclude” and exclude any interests that already have active ads
running in your account. By doing so, you are basically eliminating
and actually reducing your risk of getting audience overlap and the more audience overlap
you have, listen, you will pay a fortune and you will get penalized by Facebook for doing
that. So make sure, okay, you don’t advertise different
products to the same target audience. Make sure you actually exclude those audience
in your Facebook ads. Sarah: Tip number five, be aware of “forced
likes,” otherwise known as “likes by association.” So let’s say that you start an AliExpress
dropshipping store about coffee like I did in my Shopify tutorial. Well, you’ve created it and now you want to
run ads for your products. So you head over to Facebook, create your
ad, go to the targeting section, and type in the keyword coffee. Well, here is the thing. That phrase coffee is a very broad phrase
and it includes hundreds of millions of people, many of which will not actually like coffee. It seems crazy, right? I mean, why would Facebook include people
in their targeting for the word coffee if they don’t even like coffee? Well, it’s because of the fact that it’s a
broad phrase and it’s very easy to get included into it if you end up doing what is called
forced likes or likes by association. You see, on Facebook, we often end up interacting
with content that we don’t really care about because our friends are posting about it. So let’s say a good friend of yours posts
a picture of them in a café holding a cup of coffee and they say, “Having a great day. Relaxing with my favorite cup of coffee.” Now, you may hate coffee but you like your
friend and so you click like on their photo or maybe even you click heart. Well, now you’ve sent the signal to Facebook
that connects you to the word coffee and that there is called a forced like or a like by
association and they are rampant on Facebook. So it’s important then when you’re doing your
targeting to include precise keywords. Now, one way to do this is to look for long
tail keywords. Another way is to look for keywords that are
all in lowercase, then you know that that is a very targeted phrase. All right, let’s switch over to Fred so he
can give you our next tip. Fred: Let data tell you the story. I just can’t stress the importance of letting
data tell you if the product is selling or not. Now, by default, inside your Facebook reporting,
there are a lot of metrics that you can actually look at and by default, the ones that Facebook
shares with you are actually incorrect. What you gotta do is you gotta make sure you
customize your column and have four of these information. Number one is your cost per purchase. Number two is your cost per click link. Number three is your ctr link and number four
is basically your cpm. Now, here’s how these numbers play a major
role in your ads. Number one, you wanna find out if you’re actually
making profit or how much does it cost you in order for you to actually acquire a new
customer. So that’s why you wanna look at the cost per
purchase. You gotta make sure, okay, that your net profit
from the product, so less shipping, less cost of goods, is that it is higher than your cost
per purchase on Facebook. If it is, then congratulations, you’re gonna
make of a heck of a lot of money, all right. Now number two, sometimes when you’re running
the ads, you may just basically not have enough data to actually get a purchase. So what I would do is I would look at the
second piece of element which is the ctr link. Now, inside Facebook, there’s something called
the ctr all and the ctr link. The ctr all is something that you wanna ignore
because Facebook actually combines all the like, share, comment to actually factor in
that click through rate all. What you wanted to do is specifically look
at ctr link. Now, when you’re looking at that data, you
gotta make sure that your ctr is above 1.5%. That is the average that you want it to hit. If it is lower than 1.5%, just pause the ad,
all right? Now, number three is your cost per click link. So again, you gotta make sure you look at
the cost per click link. Now, in the cost per click link, this is a
great indicator. If you cannot get your cpc link under a dollar,
I have to say, it’s very hard for you to actually turn it into profit because you need a very,
very high conversion rate in order for you to actually profit from that product. So what you gotta do is you gotta aim the
cpc as low as possible, under a buck, and your cpc is actually affected by your click
through rate so that means that your ad really plays a major role in this. Now, the last thing is the cpm. Now, again, Facebook is actually an auction-based
marketplace so what it means is that the more advertisers that are bidding at the same keyword
as you are, the cpm drives up and that magic number to actually be at is less than $15. If you can get less than $15 cpm, chances
are it’s easier for you to actually make a profit with your AliExpress product. Now, with these four indicators, one of the
most important things is let these data tell you the story. I see a lot of people too attached to their
products and they say, “I gotta make this work. I gotta make this work.” But ultimately, that product may not just
sell. So what you gotta do, you just pause the ad,
find a new product, and keep rinse and repeating, all right? So that’s it for all the tips. Thank you, Sarah, for actually having me on
here to share all of these with you guys. Sarah: Thanks for watching this video. If you liked it, I’d appreciate it if you
gave us a thumbs up and subscribed to us here at Wholesale Ted for more great videos about
making money selling online. Fred also has an excellent YouTube channel
where he’s regularly sharing tips about how to make money with Facebook ads and I’ll have
a link to that channel in the description below. And if you would like to learn more about
starting your own online business, then you should be sure to download our free eBook,
“How to Make $10,000 a Month Online with Dropshipping.” You’ll find a link on how to download this
incredible, life-changing eBook in the video description below.

100 thoughts on “6 Facebook Ad Tips for Aliexpress Dropshipping Stores (w/ Fred Lam)

  1. Quang Post author

    Hi everyone, Glad I'm here so I can find my mentor. I have a stupid question and I need your help. It's about audience overlap when running ad at the same time. If testing 3 product with 3 adset, and product A has X and W target audience and product B has X and Y and Z target audience, and product C has different target audience from A and B, so no worry about target audience of product C. So in this case, A and B has the same X target audience, then I should exclude that target from one side of product, let's say in adset of A, i will exclude X, and B adset I will keep them all? is it right. Again, really thanks your help.

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  2. M.D. Wheeler Post author

    what locations do you target? US seems too small and worldwide seems too large???

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  3. Bryson Ebberts Post author

    If she makes all the money she says she does, she can stoo taking weak courses from scams like this guy, and a little facial surgery wouldn't hurt

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  4. Brycee Post author

    Too much technical jargon in this video. You really need to explain in more detail what is for example CPM and all the other acronyms used in this video.

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  5. tonynavneet Post author

    Hello mamIs there any free plugin or extension to import product from aliexpress? Completely free, no trial

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  6. Stephen Essex Post author

    Facebook won't boost the items I sell unless I provide a VAT number, I don't have a VAT number

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  7. Josh Santiago Post author

    Thanks for this video! Am starting a store through AliDropship Plugin and was wondering why they say that selling fan merchandise might get you blocked or excluded in SEOs , etc. thanks a lot!

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  8. Alex Harris Post author

    Hi Sarah and Fred, thank you for these great videos! Just one question: How do you create and track product specific FB pixel in Shopify? Or do you just use the same Shopify store FB pixel and have a different FB campaign for each product?

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  9. Ben Hornedo Post author

    Really appreciate the quality of the content in your videos! Hopefully you can help with a question that I can't seem to find an answer to: I have multiple Shopify stores and want a unique Facebook pixel for each, but my FB business account only allows me to create a single Ad Account, and I believe I can only have 1 pixel per ad account, any tips/help/suggestions on how to properly set this up? Should I create a facebook account for each Shopify store "business"? Thanks in advance!

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  10. WaYsTiiD Post author

    How many ads would you say to run against 1 product when you're testing the different audience targeting to find out one that does work?

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  11. Mampus Kau Lemak Post author

    Okay so i listed the tips no 6 from Fred "LET THE DATA TELL U" i wanna ask what should i do because i didn't make even 1 order yet so my data :
    1. Cost Per Purchase / Cost Per Website Conversion (If im right ?)
    is none because i don't have single order at all yet.
    2. Cost Per Click Link under $1 (Checked)
    3. CTR Link Above 1.5% (Checked)
    4. CPM (Cost Per 1000 Impressions) under $15 (Magic Number) Also (Checked).

    So my question for Sarah and Fred, what should i do ?
    1. Try another ads for same audience
    2. My Product didn't sell at all just change my product
    3. Keep pouring money on that ads
    4. Something wrong with my website that prevent people to buy it

    Thank You Sarah and Fred for AMAZING and SUPER HONEST CONTENT. 😀

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  12. George Post author

    So he says to pause the Ad if the CTR is above 1.5%. At what point should you pause. So if you run it for a day and it goes above 1.5% you should pause it or let it run a little more?

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  13. Iman Afifi Post author

    for Tip#4 How can I make a unique audience for each single product to advertise on FB. let's say i'm niched in Jewelry and there isn't much jewelry audience on fb how can i choose a unique audience for each single product on jewelry. I have to choose people who are interested in jewelry and somehow it will have to have some common audience. If you can elaborate on that and show us how to that step by step will be much appreciated.

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  14. Mount Hua Drama Post author

    tks Fred Lam, will go back study my ads now. You guy make great video, short and get to the point!

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  15. Paul Joseph Post author

    Hey Sarah. I am very impressed with you. To say the least… But I need your help… I am an older gentleman and my wife and i have been missionaries for many years in Africa in a Liberian refugee camp in Cote d'Ivoire. We are coming back to this side of the world and we need help… and seeing how so very gifted you are, I want to ask you some questions. But not on this public place. Could I give you my email or a phone number, or get yours?

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  16. whatistheretowatch Post author

    She was understandable for the most part. He lost me every time he came up.

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  17. Diego Panza Post author

    Hey Sarah, great content! Which video editor do you use?

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  18. GEODEAHOLIC M Post author

    lotsa good detailed info in this one sarah, thanks.

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  19. Rahul Parmar Post author

    Hi, thanks for this great video, it's one of your best ones! If you are split testing ads under the same ad set does that count as 'competing ads'? Also, when Fred says create specific product conversion events for facebook pixel does he mean create a conversion event for EACH product on your site? That could be a lot if you're testing loads of products!

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  20. Papá a los 40 Post author

    Hello Sarah, great advice! I have a website selling jewelry in a specific niche and I began playing with ads to see if I can get my first sale ads, but I get very little clics. I am not sure if at first I have to choose in the "Optimization for Ad Delivery" section "link clics" or "landing page views" to get some clics while the pixel gathers some data, and afterwards change the "Optimization for Ad Delivery" to "conversions". Also in the section: "When You Get Charged" I am not sure if it’s better to choose "impression" or "Link Click (CPC)" Can you guide me a little on this? Thanks, Your YouTube Channel is awesome!

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  21. StripedTiger Post author

    If you're testing products within the same niche, how do you avoid audience overlap?

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  22. Fashion Style Up Post author

    Hi sarah, may i have your attention please. How can i PM you? I have some queetions.

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  23. barracuda40 Post author

    if fred was making millions, he would not be messing with lots of promom accounts for youtube subs

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  24. Sebastian Balaciu Post author

    Can you use pictures from aliexpress on facebook posts and facebook ads? Also can you ad a small text and the website address on this picture?

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  25. Ballwiz 23 Post author

    6:00 "And your CPM is going to greatly increase as well" Don't you mean "decrease"? Because an increasing CPM would of course be a very bad thing..

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  26. zodiacfml Post author

    Nice but only experienced FB ads people will appreciate this.
    I could have understand some of the things discussed here if it included some screenshots of it in fb ads manager.

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  27. Phil Tay Post author

    Thanks always Sarah and Fred for explaining . However, Fred NEEDS to pause, not running like a SPEEDOMATIC, esp so when we need to digest all that info by stages. but appreciate you guys with respects.. :))

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  28. Lynna Kalin Post author

    Oh my. Im so glad i found your channel. Thank so much

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  29. carlvic emano Post author

    Hey Fred and Sarah, thanks for these great tips. Just one question regarding the Objective to run on facebook Ad. Fred said to run as Website Conversion Objective (Purchase) product based. Is it applicable in testing stage? There's no Purchase data yet in the pixel since the store is new. Other group in FB said to run FB ad traffic objective during testing. Another group said PPE for testing the product. Could you please give me your honest answer based on your practice and experience? It would greatly help me as a beginner in Dropshipping. Would appreciate it much with thanks :).

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  30. Sophie Berg Post author

    Thank you very much, it is great to have this help<3

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  31. GodismyJudge47 Post author

    Yeah…about Fred…you told me he was a genius. You didn't tell me he was a savant.

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  32. Jesse Eby Post author

    Do you happen to have a source at 9:02 when all lowercase keywords are best? I've only seen sources saying all lowercase tends to be "likes by association"

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  33. Will H Post author

    One thing I really don't understand, is he says only ever choose conversion… But for conversions to work, it needs people already doing that action right? If you try to only do purchase conversion with no previous sales you're going to be wasting your money? Can someone clarify?

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  34. Mia Corpuz Post author

    I wosh his instructions were shown with a computer. I don’t get some of it .

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  35. Rizza David Post author

    What the hell are you guys talking about… Ctr, être, link, cpc, cpm, etc, they who look at your movies are people with almost no experience, that's why they try to find information please can it be more simple and better explained for starters. This is a course for experience sellers

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  36. william paulk Post author

    darn it…… I have to watch this video many times to get it.

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  37. Michael Ng Post author

    Half the time I don't know what they're talking about especially Fred.

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  38. Bobby Roy Post author

    Thanks very much for the video…very informative! A friend of mine, who is very successful in the eCommerce arena, told me that, in his testing, he has found that the best way to scale up an ad is NOT to keep increasing the budget for that ad. It is better, in his opinion and experience, to duplicate the exact same ad, over and over. So, for example, rather than taking an ad that had a budget of $10, and bumping the budget to $40, he might create two more ads, one for $14 and one for $16. Then, instead of taking the $40 ad and bumping it to $80, he would just keep creating multiple duplicate ads, that add up to $80. He claims that Facebook works harder (has to be more efficient) to get you the clicks/conversions, when it has less to spend. He says that he has tested this many times, both ways, and has consistently better results by duplication with smaller budgets. What say you? Any insights?

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  39. Bobby Roy Post author

    What are some of the paid tools for searching for competitors ads, etc., that you mention/

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  40. Bobby Roy Post author

    Yet another question…you mentioned "Don’t Get Penalized by Audience Overlap". I have two items that are very similar…almost identical functionality, with a different design. Because one was successful with a couple of different combinations of interests, I targeted the ads for the very similar product for the same interests, just like you are advising against, in this tip. Because these items are almost identical in functionality, I believe their target audiences will basically be identical. Would it make sense to do an ad that targets both items then, rather than have separate ads that target each? If that's the case, perhaps it would make more sense for the ad to be either a slideshow or a video. What say you?

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  41. Sheldon Stewart Post author

    I will make money from online stores. And I will thank you both sincerely when I do.

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  42. Talkative Juliana Post author

    how the hell can we understand when you always used abbreviations?

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  43. Pink Houz Post author

    1- spy on your competitors' ads for free using the search bar. = posts about " "
    2- choosing the right objective. = website conversion, purchase
    3- the higher your ad. budget, the better the buyers you target. ( <40, 40-200, > 200$ daily )
    4- Don't get penalized with audience overlap. = exclude any interests that already have active ads running in order not to advertise different products to the same audience.
    5- Be aware of forced likes " likes by association. = select precise keywords : A) long tail keywords B) keywords that are all in lowercase.
    6- Let data tell you the story. = fb default metrics incorrect; instead use following metrics:
    A) cost per purchase
    B) cost per click link < 1$
    C) CTR link > 1.5%
    D) CPM link < 15$

    Thank you Sara and Fred for this deep dive into the details of ads. !

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  44. Nitesh Sharma Post author

    He's wearing a bomb watch! The Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Chronograph! Cost: USD 25,000…

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  45. william paulk Post author

    Pc this dc that data too high pause this start that…..What!!!!!!

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  46. Jeanette DiCarlo Post author

    Great info overall but I must agree with others, Fred's hand motions are very distracting when trying to concentrate on the info he is sharing with us, will have to view it a few times to absorb it all

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  47. InfoRook LLC Post author

    He talks about product based conversion. Is that even an option anymore?

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  48. Kellsie Louise Post author

    Thank you for the video Sarah! Is it possible to put the dollar amounts to aim for with their corresponding data tool, in the #6 tip written description please?

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  49. goromaster10 Post author

    I watch the videos at 1.5x speed and understand Fred no problem. Also english is my second language. So I don't know what is everyones problem.

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  50. TheCherrytree123 Post author

    I do not use facebook and not have friends in facebook.
    Is another way to run Ads?

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  51. ALMuziKfreiburg Post author

    I tried this advice with much more money on facebook ads….I usually invest 5-8$ per day, after you said that you hit the right audience with 40$ and more, I tried it with 40$ for one day….how can it that after 15$ I have less impressions than with another ad which runs with 5$? 5$ spent = 150 impressions, 15$ spent 120 impressions? Doesnt feel right and fair at all…

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  52. Crazyhorse Guitar Lessons Post author

    I have no idea what Fred is talking about, it's like hes just putting random words and initials together.

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  53. supercyberfunk Post author

    Yeah… I got about half that. Fred rambled on about the most technical jargon. My non-CPU brain just couldn't keep up. Why does Facebook advertising have to be so technical? It's not very user friendly.

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  54. Kim Prestholt Post author

    So even when you start a new ad you go straight to conversion? So you don't have to season the pixel using engagement or traffic?

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  55. Steven Moore Post author

    For all those who were distracted by Fred's hand movements. I missed them because I was busy taking notes – just sayin'

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  56. Digdeep77 Post author

    Sorry for my frustration, I just don't know who to trust with these videos anymore. "Technical difficulties yet again" Not the best editing with her guest & she seems to be more like a saleswoman rather than a desire to help people. This video is designed to sound confusing with ad terminology & to make you say "wtf" & consequently buy their courses & subscribe to their channels. These YouTubers are profiting by sharing their customers & by joining together because they make money on views. Must be nice. They also know FB ads are more more complex than a 13 minute video & that everyone will funnel their questions into purchases for their courses & videos. They'll never tell you the actual truth of dropshipping. We're on our own unless we pay them.

    I'd also guess she no idea what real financial struggle fees like. Like can't pay rent for example…If she did, i bet she'd be singing a different tune with her smiles & her videos.

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  57. Saffia Abdul-Haqq Post author

    What does he mean pause the add “and buy a new product”? Pls explain.

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  58. PeaTwatedBumWit Post author

    That Fred guy looks like shite. zero charisma as well

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  59. NetGawker Post author

    Totally lost, especially after Fred jumped in. All I wanna do is be able to sell my ONE PRODUCT without having to deal with Facebook!!!!

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  60. Back To Health Post author

    why this guy is screaming?! very annoying!

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  61. Nasser Mallah Post author

    Hi SARA, I’m really impressed with the precious information and the way you are presenting. My question is not related to all of that, but only curious to know which camera are you using? Thank you

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  62. Richard Hamilton Post author

    Hi there,

    Awesome Video.

    What other hints have you got?

    I am looking at other methods

    Thanks

    https://youtu.be/NvK1N18zZNk

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  63. King illusionist Post author

    Never heard of tip #4 before. I use to duplicate the same adset coz sometimes one performs better than the other

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  64. Lucas Yeoh Post author

    Hi Sarah, when u mentioned '5' dollars for facebook ads, do i still market my ads for 5 usd even doe im not from the us or should i market it at '5'pounds if im from the uk? What is your value of 5?

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  65. Lauren Farinha Post author

    whenever fred talks, my brain short circuts, i cant understand and im distracted by his rapid crazy hand movements, yelling and speed talking, like he isnt teaching but showing what he knows.

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  66. Jennifer Oviawe Post author

    My eyes dioleted when you said you are taking training classes. I think Im not speaking for myself when I say I thought you didnt use it.

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  67. Brian Payne Post author

    Woman these videos are on fire 🔥 🙌🏾 🔥

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  68. The Scoop! Post author

    Who are the 85 losers who gave this a thumbs down?

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  69. Angie Oh Post author

    For a video of this nature, I feel you should be showing your workspace – demoing what you're talking about, instead of just showing your pretty face! People are coming here to learn about your subject matter, not to watch you speak, otherwise you should be on soundcloud or other platforms that rely on voice! Show what you're talking about, not talk about it.
    C for effort!

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