What to Do If Your Ads Stop Working — How to Revive Failing Ads

What to Do If Your Ads Stop Working — How to Revive Failing Ads

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Ads dying out usually happens three to four weeks after scaling. Once it does, Facebook automatically shuts it down when it notices the ads have started performing poorly.

However, it’s not the end of the world if your ads stop working. Really.

What to Do If Your Ads Stop Working — How to Revive Failing Ads

Ad set dying out does not equal your audience or product being dead. It is far, far from that, because there is a way for you to revive failing ads and today I’m going to show you how easy it is to do it.

How to Revive Old Ad Sets

What you want to do first is revive old ad sets that were performing well. This means that you want to focus on ad sets that had a 3.0 return on ad spending or higher during the time they were active. If they had ROAS lower than that, bringing them back to life is probably not going to work.

Step 1: When you notice your ads are turned off, let them rest in peace for about three days. Let the ads and the audience cool off for a bit.

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iAmAttila is a serial entrepeneur that started performance affiliate marketing in 2008 building and ranking sites. After the google humminbird update made SEO ranking way harder he switched to paid advertising in 2012. Ever since switching to paid ads, he has spent over 8 figures in ad spend promoting a variety of verticals and adapting to new changes and challenges as they come up. on iAmAttila.com, the blog he shares up to date information, tips and tricks that work and helps readers learn about new affiliate marketing opportunities. When he's not busy working (although he works 12-14 hours each day) he enjoys traveling with his family, playing with his dogs, BBQ, movies and learning new stuff.

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