High-Converting Traffic from Facebook in covid-19

[New Formula] WCA + YC = Cheap, High-Converting Traffic from Facebook

You don’t have to be a marketing genius to figure this out, right?

The most specific offer (offer 2 for players) can be converted to Vegan.

Better change the first offer to…yes…vegetarian.

It’s Marketing 101…make the right offer on the right list.

And Facebook has made it so much easier…

And as I said, you can easily:

• Make the right offer…

• … to the right list …

• … from potential customers who already know who you are!?

Let’s create a custom audience on the Facebook site… I’ll show you how.

Here’s an example…

A website contains content (pages) about:

• vegetarian recipes

• Gluten-free recipes

• Vegan recipes

These pages get traffic from places like Twitter, Google Search, Facebook ads, and emails they send to their subscribers.

Sure… vegetarians visit the vegetarian stuff pages.

Gluten-free people visit the pages about gluten-free products. And vegans… you know.

With Facebook Personal Audience, you can build a list of people and send them ads based on the pages you visit on your website.

Imagine the power to create lists of people who:

• Show interest in a topic (visit their page on it)

• Interest in you (visit your website)

Now… all that’s left is to make the right bid on the right list…

Here’s the formula for cheap and highly convertible Facebook traffic…

Personal website audience + your content = high conversion and cheap traffic

How can you use your website content to create laser-targeted lists (and show them exactly what they want) on Facebook?

Okay… enough theory.

I’ll show you how to…

Create a personal website on Facebook

If you have existing content on your site, you will need to create a document like the one below.

We list the URLs of all our pages (get traffic) in the categories Blogging, Conversion, Ecommerce, Email Marketing, Funnel Optimization, and Social Media Marketing.

Think of the best way to segment your site’s content based on your target audience and niche.

As you can see in red, we have created keywords that will be used in all new URLs that we will create in the future.

This prevents us from continuing to add URLs to the custom audience of our site. Go on autopilot!

Once you’ve established your categories and organized your existing content, it’s time to create a personal audience for your site.

Log in to Facebook and go here. This is the audience page in Ad Manager.

Audience Name: Give the audience a name you remember. I call them a category.

Description: It’s optional, but it’s a great way to add more information.

Show custom audio pixels: open a code for yourself. If you use WordPress, this code will be placed between the <Head> and </Head> of your site. If you have technical issues (like me), hire someone from Fiverr to do it for $ 5.

ATTENTION: THE CODE SHOULD ONLY INCLUDE YOUR WEBSITE! After that, you can create as many target audiences as possible for your website.

Website Traffic: Select “People visiting specific pages” when setting up categories to target your audience. I created an audience that uses ‘All Site Data’ to capture all visitors to digital marketing in an audience. I suggest setting one up as a search engine.

Visit: this will always be the domain of your website.

This is where you get specific. As you can see, I added all the URLs (the .com text) of the old content of our Excel page to the blog category. I also added the keyword “blogging” (marked in blue) to ensure that any blog-related pages we create in the future are added to this WCA, as long as we include the word “blog” in the URL.

Save for: The default is 30 days. With Facebook, you can last up to 180 days. Always a maximum duration of 180 days so that we can keep people in our audience for as long as possible.

After you submit your custom audience, it will appear on the Audience tab in Ad Manager.

You will see that your audience is displaying <20 under “People”. This can take up to a day or two, depending on the amount of traffic to your site.

I used the same process to import all categories into our Excel file.

So it’s time to create targeted ads for each “category” with a lead magnet.

For example, we offer ads on our personal e-mail market, which offers a three-part e-mail piece that you can copy and paste into an autoresponder (you can download the three-part e-mail address here) at an e-mail -Postal address “. . .

We generate clues for 88 cents!

We know they’re interested in email marketing, we know they’ve visited our website and know our brand …

Personalized website audience + your content = cheap traffic with high conversions

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