Acquire, Engage and Retain Facebook Likes, Leads and Sales

How do you know your Facebook ad conversion rate is optimized?  How does your Cost per Engagement or Cost Per Conversioin compare to your industry peers?  AppAddictive can give you an honest assessment of what Facebook can and cannot do for your business. If there is a fit, AppAddictive can manage your Facebook Conversion Rate Optimization and your Facebook Ad Campaigns. We use our Facebook Ads API access to perform your Facebook Conversion Rate Optimization.

Local business? We have a starter package that gets you new Facebook likes from your local area. We monitor your inbound comments and messages and post two to three times a week. After you reach 500 new likes, we will design and distribute a Facebook Offer. At the end of the trial period, you will be able to track how many customers came to your business because of hearing about you on Facebook.

Launch a promo with us and promote your offer on Facebook or to our affiliate network of properties. Packages start as low as $200.

If you have a budget of more than $10,000 on Facebook Ads, contact us so we can scale your Facebook Ad Campaigns and increase your ROI. You can acquire U.S. based fans, app installs, and leads inside Facebook with ROIs that are better than your other campaigns.  If you are a charity organization, please contact us and we have some interesting discounted programs for you.

If you are a search engine marketer looking for Facebook Ad Campaign expertise, we can complement your campaigns.

If you are launching a product and seeking to promote your word-of-mouth marketing through influential word-of-mouth with reach, please contact us too.

We are an approved Facebook Ads API preferred developer.

Fill out the form on the right to get more information about this service.

Check out our New Facebook Advertising Book. It covers all the newly announced Facebook ad formats and a very complete flowchart that guides you step-by-step on how to buy Facebook ads for your clients. Published on October 4, 2012.