£50 in Free Facebook Advertising ($78 USD)!

February 18, 2010

in Coupon Codes,Hot Deals,Popular

SeoFlexMedia has published a coupon code for £50 in Free Facebook Advertising. I’ve tried many codes over the last few weeks and nothing has worked – this one did! It automatically converted to US Dollars, adding $78.72 in advertising funds to my account!

If you have never used Facebook for advertising, you will need to create an ad before you can enter this coupon. Simply go to www.facebook.com/ads, create an ad, then you will be able to add funds and enter this coupon code: 8HPY-3RYX-1T70-80YW. If you have already been using Facebook ads, you will be able to credit your account by adding the coupon in the billing section.

It is amazingly easy to use Facebook advertising and I highly recommend it if you are a small business owner, freelancer, blogger, author, or really anyone trying to get traffic to your site. You can direct traffic to a website, Facebook fan page, or Facebook group. It takes about 5-10 minutes to create an ad, during which you will select the destination landing page, title, body text, and demographics for your targeted ad. Once you create the ad it will need to be approved by Facebook, but this process can occur very quickly and your ad may be up and running by the next day (depending on what you selected).

Facebook Ad Coupon

This coupon is good until 6/1/2010. Thank you SeoFlexMedia for sharing this coupon code!

{ 2 comments }

Dealafina February 18, 2010 at 6:17 pm

Aw Patrick, I’m sorry to hear that! I went back to SeoFlexMedia to see if they could tell me why. They said it would only work on new accounts. However, my account is not new, so I read through Facebook’s FAQ about coupon codes.

This is what the FAQ says: “You can redeem your advertising credits when you create a new Facebook Ad or for an existing Facebook Ad campaign. Coupon credits, however, cannot be applied to charges you accrued before you added the coupon to your account. Only new charges will be deducted from the coupon.”

I successfully added the code to an existing campaign. I wonder if there is some way to still make it work for you given the above?

Let me know if you do find a way that works for you!

Maria Pellicci February 18, 2010 at 3:31 pm

i run targeted facebook ads and I also think it works perfectly. I love that it really narrows down your search parameters.
http://www.adscoupons.com/

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