Create Facebook Automated Ad Rules | Manage Facebook Ads Automatically
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Create Facebook Automated Ad Rules | Manage Facebook Ads Automatically


Hey everyone this is Viren and welcome
back to another Facebook marketing tutorial on my youtube channel. In this
tutorial I’m going to discuss something called Facebook Ad Rules. Now what this
means is you can define certain conditions and whenever those conditions
are being fulfilled by any of your ad set or campaign, Facebook will execute
certain actions which you have predefined. So in essence you’ve created
a rule. Without any delay let’s get into the tutorial. I have logged into my
ads manager, these are all my campaigns and here you can see there’s a button
called create rule. if I create a rule right here the rule applies to all the
active campaigns. On the other hand I can also select a campaign and I can apply a
rule just to this campaign or I can select a particular ad set and I can
create a rule just for that one ad set. Now you need to define something called
an action and conditions. So an action could be turn off the ad set or send you
a notification, adjust bid – like increase the budget of the ad, increase the
lifetime budget or adjust the manual bids – you can increase or decrease your
bid. So to give you some examples what if – say you were running an advertisement
and your approximate CPA you wanted to be around rupees ten. But then this ad is
suddenly giving you a cost per conversion of about say five rupees which
is amazing so you would want to increase your daily budget automatically in case
you’re receiving such an amazing cost per conversion. On the other hand if the
cost per conversion is exceeding say twenty rupees and that’s too much for you, you can
automatically turn off the ad set. So based on whatever strategy you want to
follow you can define these ad sets. For now let me select turn off ad set. Now
let’s give this a condition. You can turn off the ad set when the spent has
reached a certain level or the frequency has reached say – over five
people have seen your ad more than five times, the cost per result is greater
than a certain value and things like that. You can you can also work with your
events that you’ve already added through Facebook pixel and in case the
conversions are less you can automatically tell the ad to shut off. So
there are a lot of these other options which you can checkout. Say I was running
a campaign and I wanted to have about 100,000 impressions and then shut off
the ad so I can select that here as well. For now let’s leave this ad cost per
result and let’s say if the cost per result is greater than fifteen. So Facebook is
saying here that they would need to show the ad to at least eight thousand people in order
to optimize the campaign to its best and only after that we should judge the
campaign and decide whether I want to shut off the campaign or not. So I can
add this and there now I have two conditions here. Next we select the time
range – in what timeframe do you want to see whether the conditions are being
fulfilled or not. So by default it is last three days. I could say something
like yesterday and leave it at that. Attribution window – so basically what
this means is that Facebook will consider a user and see if the user is
converting into a result or not within one day of viewing the ad but however if
the user has already clicked on the ad then Facebook will wait for twenty eight days to
see whether the user converts or not. Basically if the user
clicked on my ad, went to my site and then left and then came back after fifteen
days and came directly to my site and converted on anything then Facebook will
still consider that to be a conversion through Facebook ad, that is what
attribution window means. Frequency of this rule is continuous – so basically
every 30 minutes Facebook will check to see if these conditions are being
fulfilled or not. You can change this according to whatever you need. Finally
whenever a rule is being applied and Facebook decides to turn off the ad you
can receive an email notification. Let’s give this rule a name – shutoff ad. Click create and the rule is created. You can also go to manage rules
and you can see a list of rules that are already created and you can take actions
right from here. That’s about it for this tutorial.
I hope I was able to teach you something new and add value to you. If I did please
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more marketing content. If you’re looking to have a one-on-one session with me,
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you.

9 thoughts on “Create Facebook Automated Ad Rules | Manage Facebook Ads Automatically

  1. Hello,

    From the options shown in your video. How to apply rules where I would like to run my campaign for Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Turn off on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday? Please suggest

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