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Intro: Goals   |    1: Quiz Idea    |    2: Results    |    3: Questions    |    4: Marketing    |    5: Emails    |    6: Launch    |   7: Optimize    |    Bonus: FB Ads



You've made something you're proud of and have started sharing it on social media, and now it's time to speed up your lead generation process.

Quizzes can be one of the most effective ways to use Facebook Ads. We've heard countless customer accounts of companies getting their lowest cost lead generation from Facebook using quizzes, outdoing all the competition from ebooks, free offers, resource downloads, and webinar pages. 

Of course, the success of your Facebook Ad depends on a lot of things, from targeting to your ad copy, to the photos you choose. Remember that this is an iterative process and make sure to start small, test, then scale when you know you have a winner.

What you'll achieve in this section

  1. Gain an understanding of how to write and design effective quiz ads

  2. Learn how to set up your Facebook Business and Facebook Ads Manager

  3. Come to understand the how's and why's of Facebook Pixels

  4. Learn how to verify your domain

  5. Come to understand what type of Facebook Ad will work best for your quiz and how to set it up (Hint! We're talking about using a Custom Conversion!)

  6. Learn how to read your Ad Results

Step 1: Create landing pages for each of your results

When you're ready to start using Facebook Ads, it's best if you create landing pages for your results on your own website, rather than host them in Interact. That way, you can add your Facebook Pixel and track your custom events. 

Don't worry!

We make it really easy for you to redirect your quiz takers to your own landing pages. It will feel seamless for your quiz takers and you won't lose your segmentation abilities.

  1. First, open your quiz in the quiz builder and click on 'Results.'


  2. Then, click on 'Redirect Results.'

    redirect results
  3. Next, click 'Redirect All' and add your landing page URLs to the space provided.

    redirect results2

  4. Finally, close the pop-up box and hit 'Publish' in the upper right corner of the builder to make your changes go live.

🥳 Ta daaaa! Now your quiz results will redirect to your own website, seamlessly.

Step 2: Write and Design an Effective Ad 

Ahhhh, Facebook Ads! The question is: how to get them to work as effectively as possible, right?

Well, don't worry, we've got you covered! You can keep reading for step-by-step instructions on how to set up your Facebook and/or Instagram ad and integrate it with your quiz. But first, we're going to go into a little bit of a copywriting tutorial to help you maximize your efforts!

Use A Copywriting Formula!

For more than a century, direct response copywriters have been experimenting, evaluating, and testing out different techniques for getting people to take action. From all of this 'scientific advertising' (check out Claude Hopkins book by the same name, if you really wanna nerd out) a number of best practices have arisen.

One of the easiest and most effective of these best practices is: Use Copywriting Formulas. These are tried and tested formulas for getting people's attention and moving them towards a conversion.

Our favorite copywriting formulas for ads are either PAS or AIDA.

PAS stands for Problem, Agitation, Solution.

And AIDA stands for Attention, Interest, Desire, Action.

Now, let's look at them in a bit more detail.


Problem: start with an eye-catching problem that your ideal customer faces

Agitation: agitate that problem with specific, visceral details that relate to your ideal customer and their struggles

Solution: present your offer as the solution to their problem



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Attention: Start with something that will grab your ideal customer's attention, it *can* be a pain point, but it doesn't have to be. It could be a crazy or exciting fact or quote that relates to their dream state, or really anything that speaks to what they're hoping to achieve for themselves.

Interest: Similar to the 'Agitation' section in PAS, this is a time for you to take your reader from eye-catching attention to getting interested in the solution you're going to provide. This is a great time to use story or specific examples that relate to your ideal customer. 

Desire: This is where you take your ideal customer's interest and turn it into full-blown desire for your solution. One good way to do this is to future pace some of the specific benefits your solution provides using bullets. Another way to ignite the desire of your ideal customers for your solution is to show them examples (through testimonials or facts or stories) of people just like them who've used your solution to achieve their desired results.

Action: Once you've gotten your ideal customer to really want your solution, make sure you tell them which action to take. For your quiz ads, it's most likely to be 'Take the quiz,' then the link to your quiz landing page. BUT, it's awesome if you can also include an easy win they'll get just by taking your quiz.



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Some Facebook Ads Best Practices

While it's true that the Facebook and Instagram algorithms are always changing, there are a few quick tips you should try to remember when you're writing your ads.

  1. Write your headline as a short and snappy value proposition for the solution you're offering. 

  2. Keep your headline and link description to around 50 characters so they don't get cut off.

  3. Use a couple (but not too many!) on-brand emojis to draw more attention.

  4. Don't make promises. 

  5. Don't use too many exclamation points.

  6. Avoid prohibited content and do your best to familiarize yourself with Facebook’s guidelines.




The ad should have most of the same design elements as your actual quiz. The main thing that will change is the description above the image on the ad. 

In this section you'll want to give some background on why it's important to know your personality type (it's because knowing your personality type helps you use your strengths and avoid your weaknesses). 

For the photo on the ad, use the same cover photo as the actual quiz or take a screenshot of the quiz and feature that as the cover. 

For the main title of the ad just use the same title of your quiz and use 'Learn More' as the call to action on the ad.

Quick checklist to ask yourself:

  • Does your quiz match the messaging and visuals of your brand? (You can also refrerence your website)

  • Will your audience recognize this as one of your resources? (or is out of character/confusing?)

  • Is it color palette consistent? And is there enough contrast to make it readable?

  • Are your fonts basic or consistent with your brand? Is it readable or too fancy to be legible?


Additional Resources: 

Check out this blog on 8 ways to get more clicks on your Facebook Ads by our founder and CEO, Josh. 

Step 3: Set Up your Facebook Business manager

Remember that in the video or screenshots depending on when you are watching Facebook may have changed its interface but you will still be clicking the same things. 

You must have a Facebook Business Page set up first. You cannot run ads with only a Facebook profile. 

You will need to be logged in with your personal Facebook profile.

If you do not have a Facebook Page then you will need to create one first.

*Business manager and your Facebook page are free to create

*You may have an ad account already but I recommend setting up your Business Manager account because it makes managing your ad account(s) easier.

Setting Up Your Business Manager



  1. Go to

  2. Click ‘Create Account’ and follow the instructions.

  3. Name your account

  4. Add Your Name

  5. Enter your email address

  6. Add your business details

    biz details
  7. Confirm your email address

Yay! Now you have your Business Manager set up!

Adding the Individual Assets



business manager

Add Pages

  1. Click ‘Add Page’

  2. Click ‘Add Page’ and follow the instructions

    • Create a new page if you haven't already created a Facebook Page

      add fb page

    • Or you can request access to another page if you are managing ads or Facebook pages for someone else.

  3. Click ‘Add Page’

    • You will receive an email if you are an admin of that page that your business manager wants access to your page and you will just need to accept it

Add an Ad Account Step : Set up your Ads Manager

Make sure you set the Time zone and Currency as you will not be able to change it later.

  1. Back on the set up screen click 'Add Ad Account'


  2. You can either add your current ad account, request access to one, or create a new ad account

  3. Click on the 'Person' you want to assign - this would be you

  4. Click 'Manage Ad Account' under admin access

    admin access

  5. Click ‘Assign’

  6. Click ‘Close’

If you already have your business manager set up then follow the steps under 'adding assets'

This is what it looks like to add people and additional assets (Facebook pages, ad accounts, pixels, instagram accounts, etc) to your Facebook Business Manager.

Adding additional assets



You will need to add your pixel, and Instagram account to you as a new person on your business manager. 

This is also helpful if you are going to have other people managing your ad account.

  1. Go to ‘Business Tools’

  2. Click on ‘Business Settings’

  3. Click ‘People’

  4. Click 'Add'invitepeople

  5. Toggle the admin access to on (it will turn blue)

  6. If you are friends you can type in their name. If you are not friends then you can use their email address.

Then you will proceed to add the person to all of the assets you want them to have access to. 

Your page, your ad account, your pixel, and your instagram account. 

If you have an ecommerce store you can add the catalogs.

assign access

Add a person to an Ad account


Adding your Pixel

adding pixel

Instagram account

IG account

  1. Click ‘Invite’

  2. You will receive an invitation



Business Settings

This is what it looks like to add people and additional assets to your Facebook Business Manager.

Add People

This is only necessary if you are going to have other people managing your ad account.

  1. Go to ‘Business Tools’

  2. Click on ‘Business Settings’

  3. Click ‘People’
  4. Click 'Add People' enter emails

  5. Toggle the admin access to on (it will turn blue)

  6. If you are friends you can type in their name. If you are not friends then you can use their email address.

Then you will proceed to add the person to all of the assets you want them to have access to. Your page, your ad account,your pixel, and your instagram account. If you have an ecommerce store you can add the catalogs.

people access

Ad account

add account






Instagram account


instagram account


Click ‘Invite’ and you will receive an invite in your email inbox.

email fb accountinvitationsent-1

Add in Your Credit Card Information



You will need to add your credit card information before Facebook will allow you to start running ads.

  1. Go to ‘Business Tools’

  2. Then click on ‘Business Settings’
  3. Next, click on ‘Billing’billing

  4. Click on ‘Add Payment Method’ if you have a brand new account.

  5. Click on ‘Payment Settings’ if you need to update your billing for your existing account.

    payment activity

  6. Click ‘Add Payment Method’

  7. Enter your payment information
  8. Make sure the location and currency is correctlocation and currency

Step 4: Add a pixel to your website



What is a pixel?

A Facebook pixel is an analytics tool in the form of a piece of code that you embed on your website or landing pages. 

You use it to measure results of your ad campaigns, drive sales, and make sure your ads are shown to the right people. 

Why do you need it?

Simply put you use a Facebook Pixel to track the people who engage with you on Facebook, Instagram, and your website. 'allows you to measure the effectiveness of your advertising by understanding the actions people take on your website.'

A Facbook Pixel allows you to create specific audiences based on how they interacted with your Facebook pages, Instagram profiles, or websites. It also helps you 'find new customers, or people who have visited a specific page or taken a desired action on your website.'

Install the Facebook Pixel Helper Chrome Extension to make sure your pixel is installed correctly. 

Creating the Pixel

*Note - You can create multiple Facebook pixels. Not necessary unless your businesses or websites are completely different and serve different audiences. But you cannot delete any pixels.

You also must create a pixel under your business account. You may have run ads under your personal account previously.

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Create your pixel

  1. Go to ‘Business Tools’

  2. Click on events manager

  3. Hover over the left side bar and click on the green plus sign

  4. Click web

  5. Click get started if your account is new

  6. Click Facebook Pixel

  7. Click connect

  8. Name your pixel

  9. Add your website

  10. Click continue

  11. Click partner integration if your site is a partners with Facebook

  12. Click Install manually if your site is NOT partners with Facebook

  13. Install code base. Once you copy the code it will turn green and you can click continue

  14. Insert the code in the <head> section of your website. Your website provider (wordpress, shopify, kajabi, lead pages, etc.) will have a place for you to put the code. Sometimes you may just need to insert the numbers of your pixel id. 

    This is what the code looks like.

    <!-- Facebook Pixel Code -->








    s.parentNode.insertBefore(t,s)}(window, document,'script',


    fbq('init', '70958360823392446');

    fbq('track', 'PageView');


    <noscript><img height='1' width='1' style='display:none'



    <!-- End Facebook Pixel Code -->

    IF YOU JUST NEED YOUR PIXEL ID You can find your pixel within the code as highlighted in red below.

    For your specific website provider please google (install Facebook pixel 'NAME OF YOUR WEBSITE PROVIDER') EX: install Facebook pixel leadpages

    *If you use wordpress you can install a plugin called Insert headers & Footers

  15. Toggle on Automatic Advanced matching so that Facebook can recognize people who come to your site.
    automatic advanced matching

Step 5: Verify Your Domain



IMPORTANT NOTE* You can ONLY verify URLs that you own. You cannot verify leadpages, kajabi, kartra, teachable. etc. Those sites MUST have your URL attached to them for you to utilize your custom conversions.

If you are setting up your business manager for the first time for the first time click Verify Domain

verify domain

If you have your business manager set up already follow these steps:

  1. Business tools

  2. Click Business Settings

  3. Click Domains

  4. Click 'add'

  5. Enter in the Domain that you own
    add a domain
  6. Add the HTML code OR DNS record to your site. You only need to do one of these


To verify your domain with the HTML code click ​​'Add a meta-tag to your HTML source code' dropdown



Add the code to the <head> section of your website

*google where the head section of your website is (leadpages, wordpress, shopify)


Copy the meta-tag

paste the tag into the <head> section of your websites home page. If you use wordpress you can use a plugin called 'Insert Headers and Footers'meta tag

Come back to your business manager and click 'Verify Domain'


To verify your domain with your domain or hosting provider (wherever you purchased your domain -- godaddy, name cheap, siteground, etc.) 


click 'Update the DNS TXT record with your domain registrar'

Login to your domain registrar. In this example I will be using godaddy

Find your domain

Click on manage DNS

Add the TXT record


Come back to your business manager and click 'Verify Domain'


Step 6: Create your custom conversions



What is a custom conversion

Custom conversions are a way to track very specific events on your website with your Facebook pixel. Like people completing your quiz AND getting to your results pages.

Custom conversions must be set up for your ads to be successful. 

You are telling Facebook who you want your ad to be shown to and what you want your audience to do. Purchase, subscribe to your lead magnet, finish your quiz, etc. 

You can only create custom conversion of websites that you own. 

If you want your audience to finish your quiz your custom conversion will be ALL of the URLs for your results pages. 

How to set up your custom conversions

  1. Business tools

  2. Events manager

  3. Hover over the left side and click on custom conversions

  4. Click create custom conversion

  5. Name Your custom conversion in a way that keeps you organized and makes sense for the destination

  6. Make sure the data source is your actual pixel

  7. The conversion event is All URL Traffic

  8. SKIP select your own category

  9. Under Rules - make sure it says URL + Contains

  10. Insert ALL of the URLs for your results pages

    url results page
  11. SKIP conversion value

  12. Click create


  13. Click done

  14. You will notice it says inactive and no recent activity

    In order to activate your custom conversion just go to your quiz URLs and refresh the pages. That is all it takes to activate the custom conversion. 

Step 7: Aggregate Your Conversions

Here’s the deal: aggregating your conversions is how you can make sure that your ads will get shown to the people who engage with your brand → even IF they opted out of being tracked in the September 2021 IOS update from Apple.

You used to be able to have as many custom conversions as you want, but these days Facebook only allows you to have 8 of them. So, when you aggregate your conversions, it helps Facebook to prioritize what you want to put in front of people.

Here’s how you aggregate your conversions in Facebook: 

  1. Hover over the left side menu and click on data sources

  2. Click on 'Aggregated Event Measurement'

  3. Click on Configure Web Events

  4. You will see your domain

  5. Click the dropdown arrow

  6. Click ‘Manage Events’

  7. Click ‘Edit’
  8. Click ‘Add Event’ (remember: Facebook will allow you to use 8 conversions at a time. So choose conversions that are important to you.) These are not set in stone. You can always change them.

  9. Choose custom conversion from the the 'Pixel or Custom Conversion' drop down

  10. Choose your event - choose the custom conversion you just created

  11. Click ‘Submit’

  12. You have to move the conversion you want to happen to be your highest priority (move to the top) to ensure you get the results you want.

    At this point you may only have one conversion created so you don't need to take any other action. But say you have a new offer and you want to get purchases more than you want people to take your quiz -- then you would move the conversion up higher.

  13. Confirm the changes

  14. Click ‘Apply’

  15. Click ‘Okay’

Step 8: Create your ad



Again please note that Facebook changes the interface periodically. But the steps will be the same even if the screen shots or videos in this course look different.

Creating your ad

  1. Go back into your ‘Business Tools’

  2. Click on your ‘Ad Manager’

  3. Then click ‘Create’

    Make sure 'Create New Campaign' is selected and choose your campaign objective. This will walk you through creating a conversion campaign.
  4. Click ‘Conversions’

  5. Click ‘Continue’

Set up your ‘Campaign Level’

  1. Name your campaign. The naming convention I use is 'Title of what I am selling + Objective.' Of course, you can create your own conventions, just make sure you’ll be able to recognize your ad set and feel organized.

You only need special categories if you are within these categories.

You do not need to touch anything else on this page. 

Skip the campaign details, A/B test, and Campaign budget Optimization. 

You will set the budget on the ad set level.

2. Click ‘Next’


Set Up Your Ad Set Level

**Please note that if you choose a traffic campaign (I recommend a custom conversion campaign, not a traffic campaign), make sure to optimize for ‘Landing Page Views’ on the ad set level.

  1. Name the ‘Ad Set’

    Name the ad set using the audience you plan to target (ex warm audience, lookalike, tools, moms 18-35, etc.). It makes it easier to read your analytics and determine which ad set is working best.

  2. Choose your conversion event

    Under conversion make sure ‘Website’ is selected

  3. Click inside the box and your events will pop up

  4. Scroll down until you find the custom conversion you created

  5. Set your budget

    I recommend $10 per day ($300 a month) PER ad set with no more than 4 ads in each adset.

    At the least I recommend $5 per day ($150 a month) PER ad set with no more than 1 ad in each ad set.

    Once you see more data, like what your cost per click (CPC), Cost per lead (CPL) or cost per acquisition (CPA) are, you will be able to determine how much you need to spend to acquire a lead or sale.

    Cost per click (CPC) can be found in your Facebook Analytics. 

    Cost per lead (CPL) formula

    Cost per lead is how much it costs you to acquire an email address from your quiz (or ad campaign)

    Cost Per Lead = Total Amount Spent ÷ Total attributed Leads/email subscribers

    Cost per Acquisition (CPA) formula

    Cost per acquisition is how much it costs for you to acquire a sale from your ad campaign

    Cost Per Acquisition = Total Amount Spent ÷ Total attributed Conversions/Sales

    You don't need to touch the date unless you want your ads to start and end. (Sometimes if you take too long creating your ad Facebook will tell you to change the time to the current time instead of when you started the ad.)

  6. Select your audience

When choosing your interests for Facebook ads you want to be as specific as possible to get in front of your ideal humans.

You can add detailed interests, or select a saved audience, select your look alike audiences, or select your custom audiences (for retargeting) that you created. If you select custom audiences you don't want to select gender, sex, or add any detailed targeting interests.

Example: You sell knitting kits for beginner millennial knitters on Etsy. 

You may type in:

  • Knitting
  • Crochet
  • Fabric Art

But, to get more specific to your audience you will want to focus on:

  • Tools they use → Knitting needles, Ravelry, Yarn
  • Brands they use in your genre → Chiagoo, Basic Stitch, Bernat
  • Authors & Gurus → @dreareknits, @knitwoollove
  • Celebrities → Tom Daley, Zooey Deschanel
  • Music choices → 90s hip hop, ambient house, Taylor Swift 
  • Entertainment → Netflix, 
  • Business Industry → Crafting
  • Hobbies → Sewing, knitting, prepping


Hover over Location, Age, or Gender to edit


Detailed Targeting

Type in targeting that is relevant to your audience, business, and what you are selling. 

Then click on it. 

You can hover over your interest to see how many people are in that particular audience. This helps to determine your potential reach.


If you need a little help you can click on suggestions and related interests will be revealed.


You can also browse topics based on Demographics, Interests, and Behaviors

Because of the September 2021 iOS update, you may want to test checking the 'Detailed Targeting Expansion' box. 

Choose one ad set with it checked and one ad set (same audiences) without it checked. 

This way, you can see which does better.


Narrowing & Excluding Audiences


Example: You may want to only target Moms who like Beyonce


So your targeting would look like this:


Or you may want to target Moms who like Beyonce but exclude the women who like Taylor Swift.


Your audience would look like this:

Narrow Your Target Audience

Choose new targeting details to refine your audience from the people included above.

Pro tip: Adding the first option will decrease the size of your audience, and then each new option will increase the size from there.


Choose new details to exclude people from the audience included above.

Pro tip:

Each new option will decrease the size of your audience.

Audience Definition


This shows you how many people you have the potential to reach. 

When you are testing audiences and ads you will want to keep this number between 1 million and 5 million. Once you are ready to scale (increase your budget when you find the ads that are working) you can go into 30 million or more.

This number will vary depending on the country you target. New Zealand will be significantly less.

Pro tip: Keep Automatic Placements checked until you feel comfortable testing the different placements



Automatic Placements will place them everywhere below

When you change to manual placements you can uncheck any placements you don't want.


You don't need to touch anything in optimization & delivery

Set Up Your Ad Level

  1. Name your ad. I name my ads with what is going on in the image or video. You can choose to name your ads whatever you like, but make sure that it will make sense to you in the future.




2. Choose your Facebook page and Instagram Account


Like so:


You can either Create an ad or use an existing post from your Facebook page or Instagram account. If you choose to use an existing post you will not be able to change anything about the ad because it populates everything from your posts.

3. Click ‘Create Ad’
4. Click ‘Standard’
5. Choose the Format you plan to use. In this example we will be using ‘Single Image or Video’

6. Click Add Media. You can either upload an image or video you currently have:



Or ‘Create a Video’ using Facebook. 

7. Insert your ad copy (text) into Primary Text

8. Insert your headline

9. Add a description -- it will show in certain placements

10. Choose your call to action. Choose the one that makes the most sense for you.


11. Insert your URL of your quiz landing page inside the 'Website URL' section. You can also Insert a display URL IF
you don't like how it shows up

12. SKIP call extension, instant experience, and Facebook event

13. SKIP Languages

14. Make sure the correct pixel is selected

15. Click ‘Publish’


YAY! Your ad is done!

Step 9: What to do if your ad gets rejected




  1. Check the Facebook Ad Policies to make sure that you aren't violating any policies with your wording or images/video

  2. Then appeal the decision by going into your ads manager and clicking the box next to your campaign

  3. Next, click the 'Ads' tab, then click 'Edit Your Ad.' This is where you'll see the reason your ad was rejected. Chances are, it'll be pretty vague
  4. If you KNOW that your ad does not violate any policies then go ahead and click 'Request Review.' If you aren't completely certain then go review the policies.

  5. Once you're certain your ad doesn't violate any policies, click 'Submit,' then click 'Okay'

    Eventually, you will get a notification with the appeal decision

  6. If your ad gets denied again try changing the text or the creative you used

    Under prohibited content and restricted content be sure to click 'Learn More' under any section and it will show you every section.

    Some of the sections have additional content and will allow you to click here.

    Example for #2 under restricted content - Dating Ad Restrictions

    Facebook is pretty sensitive so read over the policies and familiarize yourself with the do's and don'ts. 

    Not doing so can result in you getting your ad account shut down for good.

    Their policies help you get creative with your copywriting :) 

    DO NOT skip this step. You will be very frustrated if your ad gets rejected for the slightest 'off' wording

Step 10: How to read your ad results



Numbers to pay attention to

  1. CTR (Link Click-Through Rate) - shoot for a 1% click through rate or more. Usually with a warmer audience or really good Lookalike audience your CTRs will be higher.

  2. CPC (Cost per Link Click) - the lower the better. But this will depend on your audience and your business. For a quiz you can be anywhere from $1 to $7. If you have an offer on the landing page of your quiz results or you have an email sequence selling them something then your ad costs will be liquidated by your sales. 

  3. Results - how many leads are you getting from your quiz

  4. Landing page views vs results (or look on interact for your analytics)

  5. Frequency - how many times they are seeing the ad before they take action. For anything other than a retargeting ad set I like to keep the number under 2 and as close to 1 as possible. If they have to see the ad more than 4 times then you may want to evaluate the copy and design to make it more compelling and effective. 

*Pro Tip

You can set up your columns the way you want them by clicking on the columns button then clicking customize columns.

Make sure to uncheck anything you don't want to see and go through and check what you want to show up in your columns. 

It makes it easier to read your results. 


Step 11: How to optimize your ads

When making changes to your ad make sure you only change one thing at a time. Otherwise you won't know what change made the difference.

  1. If they aren't clicking then your ad is not resonating with your audience. This means your audience could need tweaking or your ad copy or creative needs to be switched up.

  2. If they are clicking and not starting your quiz then either your ad and the landing page for your quiz has a disconnect or your quiz title, premise, image, or description may need some work.