Hello, I'd like to revisit the Facebook Ad project, and I'd like some feedback on the approach. Let me summarize how a Facebook Ad seems to work: * you base yourself on a Page (Product Page, Fan Page, etc.) and the ad will bring people who click on it on the page (This is not an online Ad leading you to www.libreoffice.org ! ) * you set a maximum daily amount you want to spend: I suggest 30$ for about one month, and then let's see where that takes us. I understand Facebook provides metrics, but if anyone knows more about this, please feel free to share/help. * you target an abstract population of Facebook users that has specific interests listed: we could go for the Computer/Software category, but perhaps there are better ideas around. * Finally the goal of this: While we of course love to have more people coming to our LibreOffice Page, the point is twofold: have more people download LibreOffice, and attract new contributors. The way Facebook ads works is not by pushing a banner or a sponsored link but to insert their ads on the sides of the Facebook interface to a certain number of people leading them to our LibreOffice page, and from there on to us. Feedback welcome, but please, if you are against Facebook, which I can totally understand, do abstain: Facebook has about 1 billion profile and we want to reach out to people.
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