Aug 11th 2020
How to setup an ASO Facebook Campaign!
Setting up campaigns can seem to be an overwhelming technical task with weird and messy dashboards, so we made a step-by-step guide for you to follow.
There's a few things you need to do before you jump into the action.
Make sure that you have:
- Installed your pixel correctly
- Created your variants on Geeklab
- Have your best ad creative somewhere nearby.
 Setup a new campaign.
Start off by creating a new campaign.
In the next section, pick conversions as your marketing objective, give your campaign a fancy name and click continue.
 Configure conversion events
- Pick website as the destination
- Pick the Facebook Pixel that you've also configured on Geeklab. Below it pick Purchase as the event. The circle might be red or yellow, but it will turn green as it starts to receive events. You can always double check that it works through Facebook Events Manager, and using the preview-link of your app instead of the tracking link.
 Apply targeting.
You can use either detailed targeting, or go broad. Ideally this should match your normal UA demographics. Try to limit yourself at least to one GEO at a time, but feel free to experiment with even more detailed targeting with interests f.ex.
 Ad Placements
Next you need to pick where the ads will be shown at.
- Pick manual placements for you to be able to edit these settings.
- Pick the placements on Facebook's inventory. We recommend picking one type of placements (f.ex different Facebook and Instagram feeds) instead of running the campaigns on every placement. If you run ads both on Facebook audience networks and feeds, the overall data won't be as comparable as Audience Network has completely different figures and benchmarks than feeds f.ex.
- This one is the most important one. Make sure you only target the users with the correct mobile device, Android or iOS.
 Ad Creative
Next pick up your media type and identity, ideally this should be your best performing ad creative.
 Link to Geeklab
You can modify the ad as you want but there's one thing you need to nail down. Make sure you put the campaign tracking-link to the Website URL input. So head back to Geeklab, open your campaigns tab, and click on the tracking link.
Make sure it is the campaign tracking link, not the app tracking link.
Paste that to the website URL input on Facebook's ad manager.
 Conversion Tracking
Next, make sure your conversion tracking is set as shown below, with your pixel.
That's it folks! Your first A/B test is ready to go live!