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Tell us how you tested? What techniques? We began with two ads targeting people in a 50 mile radius of Oakland. While the ad themselves are the same, the first ad targets people who like broader categories: such as dance.
This ad had a much narrower reach. We have seen an enormous spike in Reach and Page Views over this week of testing. And within a day we had 17 new likes 10 of those contributed to the ad. We have run it for one week now and decided to stop the general ad, because we had a much higher CTR on the specific ad. Lessons Learned, Advice. You have really a lot of control over it. Has your nonprofit experimented with testing Facebook ads?
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What did you do and what were the results? Thanks for sharing this post! Great post!
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I am working on a social media plan for my graduate class and this post will come in handy, when I begin to construct strategies on how the organization can attain higher visibility and attract new volunteers. The Facebook Ad idea will help the organization pinpoint their demographics. Perhaps, hiring a company to help implement these strategies will help the growth of the organization. This post has definitely given me new ideas on how to tackle some of the issues that they face.
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3. Search for:. Mar Why are you testing FB ads? Results We have seen an enormous spike in Reach and Page Views over this week of testing. March 2, at am. March 3, at am. HigherPixels says:. March 7, at am. We worked so hard to get to 5, and then we took off! We engaged, asked questions, held competitions, discovered advertising and had a great time teaching the world about our cause and how to keep kids safe. So thanks for your great advice back then and the fantastic advice you still provide through your awesome blog.
Communities begin to grow exponentially when they reach 5, members. From there on out, the larger your community gets, the faster it grows. Large national and international nonprofits have little problem reaching this benchmark, but small and some medium-size nonprofits will.
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The larger your communities, the higher your ROI. Work toward that goal of five thousand. It may take a year or two, but if you follow the best practices in this book, you will reach that magic number. Thanks for this encouraging yet discouraging! Breaking 5, is not easy for a small church with a big mission! Where to see what above refers to please? For the Large Nonprofits: Have you guys come across any data the shows a ceiling for when pages begin to become ineffective or stagnant due to size?
I wonder what really makes this really a magic number? Does something change as far as ranking when you reach likes? I really think it is an undiscovered law of math… on the Social Web. The math of virality and social networking. Reblogged this on netvolunteer. What did 5, likes accomplish for your organization? More money?
More volunteers? More partnerships? What tangible outcomes can you report that suggest the effort to get to 5, is worth the incredible investment of time and money? The higher your numbers… the higher your traffic… the higher your email newsletter subscribers… the more online donations, volunteers, event attendees, etc. My book explains it in pages… too much for a comment. Our team is glad for this reassurance. We have been taking a lot of the advice given through this blog and your webinars so we know that soon and very soon we will have that 5, and more!
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