Adsviser Review Abhi Dwivedi & Oliver Goodwin

Created by Abhi Dwivedi & Oliver Goodwin, Adsviser is a specialist piece of software that claims to be able to show you the methods of advertising that your rivals are using in their Facebook campaigns.

What is the product?

According to the sales material for Adsviser, it is a method ethically and legally stealing the secrets of other marketers Facebook advertising campaigns. This information (which is rather clumsily sold as being what “your competitors” didn’t want you to see) is broken down into key details on the demographics that the product is being marketed at. As a piece of software Adsviser is easy to use and entirely online so you can access it from pretty much any device. Finding advertising campaigns is an easy enough process that is based around searching based of URLs, keywords and even countries.

Abhi Dwivedi & Oliver Goodwin say that Adsviser will then search the 200,000 Facebook adverts that make up its database and will return all relevant content. This database is manually updated according to Abhi Dwivedi & Oliver Goodwin with additional data being added every day. When you view adverts it will show you things like the number of likes that it has received as well as the number of times that it was shared.

It also includes details on who the advert is targeted at containing details like age groups, sex and location. By using this Abhi Dwivedi & Oliver Goodwin says that you will be able to cut out the trial and error involved with launching an advertising campaign of your own. Also included when you purchase Adsviser are two bonus products including a guide to Facebook.

What is the investment vs. the rate of return?

There are two versions of Adsviser which are sold as light and pro versions. As you would expect the lite version of Adsviser  comes with access to fewer features (including restrictions to just 10 searches per hour) however it is slightly cheaper costing just $37 compared to the pro versions $47. For the extra $10 the pro version comes with the ability to analyse mobile and right side ads too as well as unlimited searches.

Both packages are sold through JVZoo and come with a 30 day money back guarantee however you do have to claim this from Abhi Dwivedi & Oliver Goodwin. In terms of the income potential, this is a difficult thing to gauge. Realistically Adsviser is a tool for saving you time and money rather than a direct money making product.

Does the product provide value for money?

This is a difficult thing to say really. Like a lot of products related to Facebook marketing it all really depends on how much you use this method.

Conclusion

It is pretty hard not to see how Adsviser is good at what it does and Abhi Dwivedi & Oliver Goodwin have done a decent job in putting it together. The information given isn’t perhaps quite as thorough as I feel that many people who buy Adsviser would like but with anything purchased online like this I personally think that you should go in with tempered expectations.

The fact is that if you are putting out substantial amounts of Facebook adverts then Adsviser will likely be a Godsend to you but otherwise I’m not so certain if it justifies the costs.

 
 

 
 

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