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How to use adwords with facebook

I have a Facebook page for my product based company and i want to run a google adword campaign for it. I want to make sure that people with specific profile on facebook should view my advertisement. How can i do it?
 

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I have a Facebook page for my product based company and i want to run a google adword campaign for it. I want to make sure that people with specific profile on facebook should view my advertisement. How can i do it?
A Facebook ad campaign would have more flexibility and insight into what you want to achieve, over any Google product. By that I mean it would be more effective in terms of finding the audience and demographic you are looking for - and for sure, it would be more cost effective too.
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A Facebook ad campaign would have more flexibility and insight into what you want to achieve, over any Google product. By that I mean it would be more effective in terms of finding the audience and demographic you are looking for - and for sure, it would be more cost effective too.
Thank you so much for your reply and i got it that Facebook advertisement would be useful for my business. Just have one more question if you don't mind that how could i view my targeted audience profiles in facebook?
 
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Thank you so much for your reply and i got it that Facebook advertisement would be useful for my business. Just have one more question if you don't mind that how could i view my targeted audience profiles in facebook?
Try this link: https://www.facebook.com/business/products/ads

It will take you through a few steps regarding your objectives and possibly more. I don't know how far you can go with this before committing, as I've not personally used this vehicle for adverts, but an associate of mine does this sort of thing full-time, re campaigns for both FB and AdWords for his, and some of my clients too. And, he's advised that at least for some businesses, FB makes more sense over AdWords. Check it out and be informed, so as to make the right decision for you, and your business.
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If you have a marketing budget, paid traffic can be of great use to you! The most important thing to keep in mind when purchasing traffic is that you pay for relevant traffic. A lot of people will tell you that they can deliver 100 000 or 500 000 or even 1 000 000 hits for $5, $10 or $15. That traffic will probably not be relevant to you, you'll want traffic that are genuinely interested in your products!
 
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The only way to make that happen is to run both Facebook ads & Google Adwords in parallel. First you'll need to install Facebook pixel and Google tag manager on to your site & create a remarketing tag through the Google tag manager. Once you've set this up, run Facebook ads to target your audience on Facebook & opt for the clicks to website or conversions objective. When these people visit your site, their data will get captured by the remarketing tag. Then just remarket to these guys using Adwords.
 
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Facebook is cheaper but I do not trust them
 
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Facebook is cheaper
Just curious. What's the average CPC you've paid on Facebook vs Adwords?
 
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dea, facebook and google adwords are two different thing of advertisement
as i know i'll not merge!!!
you have to search on this
 
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dea, facebook and google adwords are two different thing of advertisement
as i know i'll not merge!!!
you have to search on this
It is in fact possible to run the two in parallel, with inputs from each other. Check out my post above.
 
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okay i see..... thnks
i still research on that
 
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Facebook adword is easy to at some years ago. But at the moment it looks very complicated, but if you take your time you will get it right.
 
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Facebook adword is easy to at some years ago. But at the moment it looks very complicated, but if you take your time you will get it right.
There is nothing complicated about it. It's very detailed thus making your ad campaign more of a success.
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I think the Adwords Facebook works based on the amount of people are talking about the keyword. The more the fanpage is linked to other websites, the higher it is ranked in the Facebook search.
 
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I think the Adwords Facebook works based on the amount of people are talking about the keyword. The more the fanpage is linked to other websites, the higher it is ranked in the Facebook search.
No I'm afraid Facebook ads has nothing to do with keywords & the ranking of your Facebook page is not related to linking with other sites. Facebook ads uses interests based targeting rather than keyword based & your Facebook fan page ranks depending upon the popularity of its posts - as measured by likes, shares, comments as opposed to backlinks.
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FB ads campain not use keyword like as google ads. you need chose location, interests, age of customer. specially, you need a attractive content or picture, video.
 
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FB ads campain not use keyword like as google ads. you need chose location, interests, age of customer. specially, you need a attractive content or picture, video.
The thread creator wants to run a Adwords campaign.
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Yes, you can do this, just add the related keywords in the google ads targeting option.
 
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Facebook ads are the best for getting more traffic and advertising your business.Just add the related keywords in the google ads targeting option, with the targeted location and time.
 
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First Run Adwords campign with Facebook Pixel code live on your site.
So that you can track the visitors from adword campaign having facebook profile.

Later you can target those profile using fb ads
 
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