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Hey all! Looking for some advice/info about FB ads. I am about to launch a new campaign and want to just focus on broad targeting. In @Noah Hunter Dorsey 's ad account video, he says he starts by running 2 adsets each with 3-4 ads in each. Is there any difference between these two adsets? What would be the benefit of splitting them up? The campaign would exit the learning phase quicker if I just had them all in the one adset. I've also been told that they'll bid against each other if I do it this way. Just want some clarification on this, and whether this is still how CC are doing things :) Also want to say how beneficial these courses have been to my business! Super excited to get a whole new set of ads going using NAM's process 🙌
Thank you so much, that all made complete sense. I've also tested both strategies with no major difference so I wanted to hear the reasoning behind it. Doesn't seem like FB has much of a reason sometimes! Thank you for your help 😁
I’m hearing this constantly, especially from new ecommerce founders. But after creating ads for 600+ brands, And being able to look inside facebook ad accounts… Here’s the truth. Facebook Ads don’t work in 2022 - IF you’re doing it the old way. It’s true, since iOS, it is getting harder to scale. Costs have increased. It's harder to track. Ads die faster. I’m not going to sugar coat it and say that it’s “easy” It’s hard. But it’s very very doable. (and to be honest, it’s the only option to actually scale) Here’s how we’re winning with facebook ads in 2022: #1 Stop “Media Buying” Hacks Most marketing agencies make their money off this. And it doesn’t work. Every month there’s some new tactic and strategy to try and “outsmart the facebook algorithm”. Audience-testing/ Different bid optimisations. It’s BS. Sure, it can get you quick wins, but long-term your campaigns will die and your results will be inconsistent. Instead, you want to let the algorithm do its thing. Spend more on a single broad audience and let it rip. Our media buyer literally uses open targeting (no targeting at all) and lets the algorithm do its thing. Yes, it does take a few days to warm up, but when it does you can eventually scale and get super consistent results. But this won’t work unless you have solid creative, and more specifically: #2 Short, Punchy UGC Video Ads With reels, TikTok & shorts being hot right now, Attention spans are shorter, Which means your video ads need to be shorter too. They need to be snappy, with quick cuts, and sell your product quickly & effectively. This means higher % watch time, lower costs, cheaper purchases and ultimately more room for scale. As a rule, ideally the product & main value prop is in the first 5 seconds. Plus ideally, the actual video goes for 15-30 seconds. So by: #1 Letting the FB Algorithm do it’s thing & #2 Creating short, snappy UGC videos You’ll give your store the best chance at winning on Facebook in 2022. (We’ve worked with 600+ brands, so we know that this is working right now)
@Noah Hunter Dorsey so do you still recommend just two adsets with 3-4 ads in each with completely open targeting?
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@Noah Hunter Dorsey Hey Noah, I bought NAM a while ago, am I able to get access to these ones too? :) thanks!
I just looked under the Classroom tab and it says I don't have access to NAM as well even tho I use this same email to login to AstroCommerce
It's Noah here, founder of CC! I'm so excited to connect with this community and help as many entrepreneurs as I can. Hit me up in the comments below 👇
Excited to be here, thanks @Noah Hunter Dorsey ! The Native Ads course has been incredibly helpful so far 🙌
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