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mitdralla says

Creating a page and posting your stuff to that page might be a good option. It’s also free. Use the power of social media to work for you.

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DarkLand says

I’m using Facebook Ad blocker.
I think its better to post yours Ads on your own wall/page :)

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SomethingDesign says

Paid Advertising. Everything else you mentioned is considered spam.

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IngeniousArtist says

I post it in my page, with a few hashtags (now that fb has it, you can also link the page with twitter, hashtags work on both sides, WIN-WIN!!! :D )

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artaweb says

Thanks every one for your valuable opinions.
We surly got the answer :)

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Coriiander says

EDIT: – nevermind -

Shortly: Other than posting to my own page, which serves more like a collage, I prefer no advertising at all.

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