We are to many the days with very good sales are history here.
chrisakelley saidWe use FB ads on a huge scale and while we have heard about these issues before most of our campaigns (which are highly targeted and researched) maintain excellent levels of conversion and results.
I’m curious how a specifically targeted campaign would do. Both the campaigns he used as an example seems really broad. Theres got to be a percentage of fake vs real likes. Im guessing the broader market your targeting the less conversion you’re going to get.
You are absolutely right that the test ones were overly broad which increases the chance of less scrupulous people seeing the ads but also they are stupid pages as opposed to properly run ones.
I do not doubt for one second that this goes on and Facebook have admitted that organic reach is diminishing to allow more targeted, personalized and effective advertising but there is NO way that Facebook would risk their most lucrative income by ignoring it and I maintain that correctly managed campaigns will reap the results.
@SomethingDesign – good luck with your trial and let us know what happens (maybe month on month?).
sure I will post my conclusions here
I start the test. I deactivated my account. I delete all the links on my profiles. So no more Facebook for 3 months. I bet nothing will change but we will see.
After this, I was thinking run a test, I will quit promoting my items on Facebook for 3 months. If the sales will not significantly drop down I will quit my Facebook accounts forever. Less promoting work, less spam, better life.
You? Rejected? Wow! Seems the logo category it’s on rejection’s year. In my opinion your monogram are a little bit to busy and your elements are not blend very well with that letter. Maybe if you blend the swirl elements into the type like old monograms did will look better. Also if you create a full monograms alphabet from A-Z will be awesome.
@MarkoRadak and @EladChai you have both right. From my point of view I agree with MarkoRadak if you don’t want to take the job it’s ok don’t taked. There’s always someone who agree with $25.
But on the other hand I agree with EladChai on this budget the quality of the logo and designer’s experience will be questionable. I’ve seen cases when after you pay you realize the logo you just bought is downloaded from a free site over the internet or it’s very similar with other logos.
Also if you are a designer in start-up phase and you need to gain experience the best way to learn is participate on sites with creative contests against other designers.