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  • Rick Allen

    GoToWebinar says the linked webinar is not available. :-(

    • http://jeffbullas.com Jeff Bullas

      Hi Rick Thanks for letting me know and I will follow up on that.

    • nathanlatka1

      Hey Rick, when you click the link you should be able to register. I see your name has confirmed as registered. Look in your inbox 3 days before the webinar for a confirmation email too. Looking forward to meeting you!

  • http://www.linkedin.com/in/joshlight/ Josh Light

    Hannah,

    Do you have any real-world examples of companies using these features as well as the results they’ve seen? Would be cool to see some examples of this.

    Josh

    • Hannah

      Hi Josh,

      Thanks for your question – I’m glad you liked the article.

      Have a look at this post on Social Fresh: http://socialfresh.com/facebook-advertising-examples. There are some really god examples of specific businesses, the techniques they used, and the results they got.

      For example, number 26 (Clorox Green) and 80 (Squishable) are good examples of targeting someone based on their existing interests/likes. Number 88 is an example of a band called The Sudden Lovelys who targeted a ‘lookalike’ audience – fans of a similar band – for their advertising campaign.

      Hope that helps!

      - Hannah

    • Hannah

      Hi Josh,

      Thanks for your question – I’m glad you liked the article.

      Have a look at this post on Social Fresh: http://socialfresh.com/facebook-advertising-examples. There are some really god examples of specific businesses, the techniques they used, and the results they got.

      For example, number 26 (Clorox Green) and 80 (Squishable) are good examples of targeting someone based on their existing interests/likes. Number 88 is an example of a band called The Sudden Lovelys who targeted a ‘lookalike’ audience – fans of a similar band – for their advertising campaign.

      Hope that helps!

      - Hannah

  • Nour Hashem

    Hey jeff! Thanks for the great article! May I know please how can someone get his brand on Facebook or twitter verified?! Based on what criteria does Facebook or twitter verify accounts?!
    Also, for a Facebook global page…does the brand/company has to be paying regularly the ad spend/month of $10,000?! What if the brand paid this amount for a couple of months and then went to normal ad spending which is below $10,000?! Thanks

  • http://kimanziconstable.com/ kimanzi constable

    I’ve had incredible success finding new coaching clients through Facebook ads. They have a good platform with solid information about their users.

    • Finding Happily

      Kimanzi, your response intrigued me since I am a coach, and have had little to no success using facebook ads. I would love to learn more… how can I connect with you?

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  • Finding Happily

    Jeff,
    thank you for sharing this post. I was clearly thinking of giving up on Facebook, since I have seen no evidence of more visibility or brand awareness for my business/services. I would love to learn more about how this has worked for you or your clients.

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