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Boost Your Small Business on Facebook
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Just saw this on Facebook Marketing page (on Facebook) and thought I'd share incase anyone is interested. I haven't tried it myself, so it's more of a *share* than a personal recommendation.
See the page here: etsy.me/JrbTEm
"Today we’re very excited to launch our Business Boost programme to help small businesses like yours thrive. Click on the Small Business Boost tab to take part in our flagship programme offering British businesses free advertising credits."
"Boost Your Small Business on Facebook
Get up to £80 in free ads.
We'd like to introduce Small Business Boost, a program that gives away Facebook advertising credit to small businesses in the UK!
What you need to participate:
A Facebook Page for your local small business.
Your business must be based in the UK.
Your page will need at least 50 fans.
How it works:
Get £20 in free ads if you have at least 50 fans on your Page
Get £60 more in free ads if you add 100 more fans to your Page during the program."
Posted at 6:50 am May 29, 2012 EDT
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So, for the people who've tried this, I'd be interested to know your experience of it? Would you recommend it? What's the most challenging aspect of setting it up? What advice would you give? Is there a catch?
I haven't tried this out so would like to know whether to recommend to other sellers.
Posted at 3:20 pm Jun 5, 2012 EDT
I've reached the point where I've set up my ad and have gone to review it. I set it for cost per click and set the budget at £20 lifetime since that is the value of the coupon and I just want to try it out. Facebook then shows a message 'campaign budget too low' and won't let me proceed. Has anyone else had this issue and managed to fix it?!
Posted at 12:23 pm Jun 12, 2012 EDT