Mandy B Collins
said 7 months, 2 weeks ago:
Hi @andrea-vahl, and thank you so much for the reply.
What I am testing is nanotargeting. I am currently reading LIkeable Social Media by Dave Kerpen, and he says that he played around with the search criteria in the Facebook Ad Platform after a conversation on this, and took out an ad for a ’31 year old, married, female, employees of Likeable Media, living in New York’ and that the ad had a target audience of 1. He basically took out an ad to send a very sweet message to his wife, cute huh I have tried to do a similar exercise, playing with his criteria, to see if I can achieve the same result and am coming up blank on the workplace box. I have tried to target one of my colleagues and can get down to 20 matches, but thats as far as I can go without this box accepting the information I am entering I have entered his ‘works at’ exactly to the letter. If you have Dave’s book, its chapter 2, pages 25/26 where he describes this.
On the subject of ‘likes’ I have another question. I have been playing around with this with personal development. Tony Robbins, Jim Rohn, Jack Canfield etc all come up with #. But a motivational speaker that I follow JosephMcClendon doesn’t, even though his page has over 4,000 likes and his personal page is maxed out. Do you know what needs to happen in order for him to be listed? Does he just not have enough likes yet?
Thanks for the guidance Andrea, it’s very much appreciated