How To Dropship on Aliexpress (The Most Profitable Way)

In October 2016, I knew I was never going to start a traditional drop shipping store again. I was sick of the low margins, and I wanted to sell my store and move on to a different business model. aliexpress dropshipping

Fast forward to November when I arrived in Chiang Mai, it became even more clear to me when I realized the whole digital nomad scene was a scam.

I wanted nothing to do with all the newbies and scam artists, so I started meeting people on the outskirts who actually made legitimate money online.

One night, I met two guys at a bar who were making good money drop shipping from Aliexpress. They told me the basics, and I was very interested.

I started my first store a few days later, but I really had no idea what I was doing. I was watching a lot of YouTube videos, but they were complete trash. They weren’t actually teaching anything, and they were selling crap courses that didn’t teach anything either.

I am very good with Shopify, but Facebook Ads were a mystery to me (which is how this model works).

So the first store crashed and burned pretty quickly, and I started a second one thinking it was the niche that was the problem.

That store crashed even quicker than the first.


I was pissed and I didn’t know how to proceed. Luckily a few weeks later, I saw that a guy I met when I first got to Chiang Mai, Chris, did $100,000 profit his first month on Aliexpress.

Obviously I hit him up, and he was nice enough to sit down with me and show me what he was doing. He told me way more than I thought he would, and I’m very grateful for that (thank you Chris).

It turns out, everything I was doing was completely wrong.


To start, I was building niche stores, which was engrained in my mind from my Drop Ship Lifestyle days.

The way that this model works, is to create big general stores, so that you have the option to put any product on your store.

And then the most important part, is that you run video ads on Facebook (like an infomercial), to bring in the traffic.


Chris then offered to teach me how to target the FB ads in exchange for a cut of the profits.

I accepted, but he was leaving Chiang Mai, so we had to do everything over Skype.

It wasn’t an ideal situation to say the least, and I ended up being a bitch and not listening to his advice.


I realized that I needed to step back and take care of everything else on my plate (selling my original store, and getting scammers out of Chiang Mai), and then solely focus on making Aliexpress work.

Everything I’ve ever done successfully has been when I was fully immersed in it and by blocking everything else out, so that’s what I did.

Midway through January, my store was sold, and a pair of horrendous scammers were ejected out of Chiang Mai.


Finally my mind was clear, and it was time to get to work.

There is so much conflicting information online about FB ads, that I knew the only way to figure it out was to just do it and learn myself.

Everyone wants a shortcut or special course to teach them, when in reality you will learn everything you need to know by just jumping in and doing it.


So I dove in with the mindset that I would spend as much money and time as it took me to figure this shit out, as I had seen the tremendous rewards at the end of the tunnel.

After one month and about $1,000 spent on testing, I had finally cracked the code.

On February 10th, 2017, I found my first winning product.

How To Dropship on Aliexpress

With my little story out of the way, let me now go over some of what I’ve learned over this past month.

Actually, let me first explain what Aliexpress is.


Aliexpress, is a subsidiary company of Alibaba, which is basically the Chinese version of Amazon.

While Alibaba mainly sells products in bulk to other businesses, Aliexpress sells products individually direct to consumer.

Aliexpress lists products from thousands of Chinese manufacturers, which makes it super easy to find products to sell on your store.


Now, like I briefly mentioned in the beginning of the article, the way this model works, is to create a general store on Shopify, so that you have the option of selling any product.

Then you get an app like Oberlo which links your Shopify store and Aliexpress together.

After that, you’re going to want to go on Aliexpress and import a bunch of products that you think will sell well on Facebook (think low priced, impulse buy type of items).


Then it’s time for the hard part, figuring out how to run effective Facebook Ads.

Unfortunately, most strategies I tell you won’t mean anything, because you have to experience Facebook yourself before you truly understand it.

It all comes down to testing and creating your own mental systems on how you use the ad manager moving forward.


However, the best way to start in my opinion, is to start out advertising 3-5 different products, while having 3-5 different targeting adsets for each of them.

You’re going to set each adset at $10/day, and then you’re going to wait for 3 days before you touch it. In fact, I recommend not even looking at the results for the first few days because you will be tempted to kill adsets way to early.

This is the biggest mistake you can make, and believe me, I made it a bunch.

You have to let the Facebook Pixel gather enough data so it can learn from the past data, which will allow it to start optimizing for conversions. The data is also important for your sake, so you can learn how to analyze it and make better targeting decisions for the future.


So say you are advertising 4 different products at once, with 4 different adsets for each product, you will be spending $160/day in ads.

If you can’t afford to lose that, don’t even bother trying this.

The truth is, it’s going to take at least $1,000 in ad-spend before you even make your first sale. And the less e-commerce and paid traffic experience you have, the more money it’s going to take.


In fact, if you’re not willing to dedicate as much time and money as it takes for you to figure Facebook out, then you shouldn’t do this.

Otherwise you’re just going to lose a bunch of money, give up, and hate me. This model is very difficult, and only the best of the best will be able to figure it out.

On the flip side, if you do figure it out, it can be very lucrative as seen from my screenshot above. From the $72,000 of revenue I made in 3 weeks, $30,000 of it was profit.

I spent a little over $30,000 in ads, and about $12,000 in product cost.

*April Update*

April proved to be an even better month for me, as I’ve continued to learn a lot more on how to successfully run this business model.

After taking a 10 day break to recharge, in mid March I jumped back in and spent about $2,000 in 2 weeks of testing. On March, 28th, I hit a winning product. Then in mid April, I hit an even bigger winner which I am continuing to sell right now.

Of the $260,000 in revenue, about $90,000 was profit.


*May Update*

May wasn’t as profitable for me as April, as I had to scale down my big winner from April due to rising CPC.

I hit a few small winning products in May, but nothing too exciting.

Of the $200,000 in revenue, about $40,000 was profit.


*June Update*

June sales declined significantly, as I learned that this model suffers heavily from the lack of consumer spending during the summertime.

I finally ended my winning product from April, while also finding a new winner mid June which I’m continuing to sell right now.

I expect July and August to be equally as slow, and am looking forward to September when I think things will start to pick up again.

Of the $50,000 in revenue, about $10,000 was profit.


Final Thoughts

I want to finish this article off with a very important tip.

When you find your winner, drop everything else. Focus solely on the winning product/adset combination and scale it up fast.

As you can see from my sales by day from the month of February, I wasted about 2 weeks of low ad-spend because I was too busy testing a bunch of random things. While it was good that I continued testing, I should’ve scaled up immediately.

I probably lost another $60,000 in potential profit because of this mistake.

You never know when your product is going to stop selling or become too costly per conversion, so you really have to seize the opportunity when you get it.


Alright guys, that’s it for tonight.

If you want to learn more about Aliexpress, be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel where I discuss everything in a lot more detail.

I know you guys probably have a lot of questions, so feel free to drop your thoughts in the comment section below and I’ll be happy to answer them.

Cheers – Brian

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By | 2017-08-21T11:52:25+00:00 March 13th, 2017|Business|55 Comments


  1. thomas March 13, 2017 at 2:49 PM - Reply

    Hey Brian
    Thank you for sharing you’r knoledge
    i’m a french fellow follower of you’r blog and i would like to start making money with you’r stratégie.
    I’m a student in Paris and i don’t have a lot of cashflow.
    How much money should i have to get started succesfully ? do you think i can win the first time ? i am ready to invest more for a coach if it will help me to get faster result.

    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner March 14, 2017 at 1:19 AM - Reply

      Hey Thomas,

      If you really want to succeed, I would be prepared to invest a few thousand dollars in ads as well as months of learning and testing.

      No you won’t win the first time, this isn’t easy, this will take everything you got.

  2. Benjamin Nguyen March 13, 2017 at 7:03 PM - Reply

    Awesome post Brian. Thank you for your honesty and sharing everything. DSL totally took a lot of expenses out of me. I’m going to try and sell my store and try this when I get the most comfortable funds needed to test.

    Looking forward to many more of your post bro.

    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner March 14, 2017 at 1:24 AM - Reply

      Thx Ben!

      I think that’s a good move. This method definitely takes more startup capital, but the rewards are astronomically higher.

      Let me know if you need any help man.

    • GetItGoing March 15, 2017 at 7:58 AM - Reply

      Hi Benjamin, I had sent you a message over at DSL and didn’t hear back. My message was probably a bit too long but I would still like to ask a few things regarding your experiences, etc.

      • Benjamin Nguyen March 15, 2017 at 11:19 AM - Reply

        Get GetItGoing, I replied to your message. Sorry it’s so late, I haven’t logged on the forums in a long time.

      • Benjamin Nguyen March 15, 2017 at 11:19 AM - Reply

        Hey GetItGoing, I replied to your message. Sorry it’s so late, I haven’t logged on the forums in a long time.

        • GetItGoing March 15, 2017 at 11:23 AM - Reply

          Thanks, my friend. I realized after sending it that it was a bit too long. Also, I reconsidered some things regarding my DSL stuff after that time, too.

          Also had a conversation with Earnest E. about some things, and he told me a few things I hadn’t heard before too.

          • Phil May 23, 2017 at 7:14 AM - Reply

            would love to read those questions and answers and coach’s take on things

  3. GetItGoing March 15, 2017 at 8:10 AM - Reply

    Hi Brian, interesting post. Actually I was guessing this post would be this subject and had actually started tinkering with Oberlo already.

    The one thing I see (with not having gone far yet, so I don’t know too much right now) is that ti will definitely take some work to clean up titles and product descriptions that you import, as well as photos too.

    1. Did you do this, or what did you do for those details?
    2. Basically how many products are you listing, roughly?
    3. So to be clear, you aren’t selling from just one niche, but a range of products? (general products?)

    I found 2 threads I would encourage anyone just finding out about this to read, they’re pretty good:

    And 2 sites that can be helpful for seeing currently popular items:


  4. Deaniedean March 21, 2017 at 2:02 AM - Reply

    Awesome update!

    Btw , how do process 1000+ orders? You using some apps to do them?

  5. Ray Kingsman March 24, 2017 at 7:37 PM - Reply

    Hey Brian,

    I’m so happy to hear you are killing. Congrats. Your rich now. Lolz. The progress you made in a couple weeks is incredible and a huge inspiration to budding entrepreneurs like me.

    How did you raise the capital for drop shipping business? Did you have a boatload of saving already? It seems like you had a lot of money to put into advertising and importing products. You also scaled up very quickly.

    Just wondering. Congratulations again dude.


    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner March 25, 2017 at 3:35 AM - Reply

      Thanks Ray. Not anywhere close to rich, but it’s a step in the right direction.

      To answer your question: credit cards. Since starting ecommerce in late 2015, I’ve been able to increase my credit limit to $20,000 per card, and I can get as many cards as I want.

      Credit cards are the most valuable tool imaginable if you know how to use them – I’ll probably write a post about this in the future.


      • thinker&doer April 23, 2017 at 12:22 PM - Reply

        This has become my favorite blog because of the honesty… I would LOVE if you could make a post on credit cards, I’m young and still don’t know how to really get credit. Especially trying to get into freelance/self-employment I think it’s harder to establish credit and your post would help tons!

        • Loser 2 Winner
          Loser 2 Winner April 24, 2017 at 2:48 AM - Reply

          thanks man that means a lot!

          i’m planning to make a post on credit cards soon – they’ve helped me out a ton and can definitely do the same for you

  6. Samwise Gamgee March 31, 2017 at 7:03 PM - Reply

    Hey Brian,

    How are you bud? Me names Sam. Just saw some of your vids and am really impressed how u made so much money in such a short span of time! Dang more than me too. lol

    I currently do ebay dropshipping and am making $4000 a month in net, next month i expect $6000+ in net.

    By end of this year I hope to be making $15000+ net hopefully.

    i’m a Thai living in Bangkok.

    Brian, what can I do to connect with you?

    I’m a super hustler, i work harder than anyone else. Do you take disciples? I did be more than happy to give you a cut as Chris had you do.

    Or if not now, we could connect later.

    Thanks Brian and keep up the good work!

    • Samwise Gamgee March 31, 2017 at 7:04 PM - Reply

      Oh, btw, only 1% or less can achieve the level of earnings as mines.

  7. Khan April 5, 2017 at 8:01 PM - Reply

    Hey bud
    Super impressed thx for sharing. Few questions.
    What type of products sell?
    Do you think video add better or we can do WC page post ads?
    Did you have any issue with sudden flux of money coming in with your papal, sometimes I heard they flag accounts etc ?


    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner April 6, 2017 at 8:52 AM - Reply

      Np Khan.

      I sell anything that I think will sell well. I test a lot.

      Yes video is better, and yes PayPal is the devil. Avoid them like the plague, completely fraudulent company.

  8. Neil April 11, 2017 at 6:11 PM - Reply

    Hey man, you said you have “3-5 different targeting adsets” for each product.
    Can you elaborate a little on this?
    Do you change the targeting interests and keywords?
    Do you change the age targeting?
    Country targeting?
    The image of the ad?

    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner April 12, 2017 at 7:25 AM - Reply

      hey neil, it’s mainly just the interests and the countries

  9. Kieran April 16, 2017 at 4:18 AM - Reply

    Hi Brian,

    I’m completely clueless about dropshipping but curious as to the big picture of how things work and how it can apply elsewhere.

    I get the overall gist of what dropshipping is, I think. Find products, build a store so people can order those products (you don’t have to touch them), get traffic to your store so you can make sales (done with facebook ads).

    You say you are using video ads. Forgive me I have not been on Facebook in a year, are these ads pop up texts while a video is playing, actual videos you have made or had made by others to show the product, or other?

    I’m interested in making some software as a service down the line and have heard in a few places that Facebook ads are good to get traffic.


    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner April 16, 2017 at 11:05 AM - Reply

      Hey Kieran,

      They are actual videos that you make.

      I wasn’t on fb for 3 years, good to get back on now. Lots of money to be made!

  10. carlos May 8, 2017 at 3:13 AM - Reply

    i have my droshipping bussiness running the thing i dont dominate is facebook ad no conertions

  11. Sybnor Dabney May 9, 2017 at 8:44 PM - Reply

    Hey can you help me out I’ve had my store open for a while now I have not sold not one product at all and I think my store it’s okay but when you ask someone to help you they always have an agenda wants you to pay for the services and I feel like if you are already doing good why not help someone else I feel like that’s when you will get blessed with more if you help someone else I just really need help with this…thanks Mrs. T

  12. Peter May 24, 2017 at 2:02 AM - Reply

    Hi Brian,

    Can you explain more what do you mean by “scale the product”? Do you mean you increase the budget on a fb ad for that particular product? Any other things/strategies for increasing the focus on a single product?

    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner May 25, 2017 at 7:48 AM - Reply

      yup scaling just means increasing the budget so you can reach a bigger audience of buyers.

      it’s not easy though, as you have to manage the cost per conversion. the more money you spend per day, the higher your cost per conversion will be.

      it’s all about finding the sweet spot of how much to spend per day for maximum profitability.

  13. clint May 26, 2017 at 2:55 AM - Reply

    Hi Brian

    I’m setting up some fba ads and curious if I should focus on conversion ads or just getting clicks. Obviously I can test to see but thought I would ask for your feedback.


    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner May 26, 2017 at 4:46 AM - Reply

      hey clint – if you’re using a brand new pixel, then ya you want to get as many relevant clicks as possible so the pixel can start collecting some data.

      after you’ve spend a good amount of money and the pixel has data to work with, then you can start running conversion ads

  14. ping June 1, 2017 at 3:29 PM - Reply


    i really want to try dropshiping using aliexpress … after i do my resech about alibaba and aliexpress . lots of negative feedback from people have try it ..

    can you pls tell the should i go ahead and try ? i m a bit loss …

  15. Josef June 8, 2017 at 1:38 AM - Reply

    What type of products do you sell?

  16. Joao Garcia June 8, 2017 at 10:46 AM - Reply

    Hi Brian,

    Thanks for the awesome guide, that really inspired me to keep pushing 🙂
    Do you test a niche at a time? like 3-5 products per niche? then another round of 3-5 products for a different niche?

    Also it would be very useful if you could do a video on product selection, like what took you from that 5% success rate to 25% on finding winning products.

    Thanks for help 😉

    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner June 8, 2017 at 11:34 AM - Reply

      hey man i appreciate it and glad you’re inspired!

      i test a variety of products at a time (anything that can reach mass appeal), you gotta stop thinking about niches.

      i’ll have videos on my exact process that i will record this summer!

  17. Dave June 13, 2017 at 6:54 PM - Reply

    Hey Brian, came across your blog from your Youtube videos. I love the sincerity your videos.
    Question for you. From what I understand, Aliexpress has rather long wait time when it comes to shipping. 30 days before the customer gets the product in their hands.

    How have you managed to overcome that, or am I actually wrong on this? As well, I do you confirm that the product is good quality?

    Thanks again for the awesome videos.


    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner June 14, 2017 at 2:42 AM - Reply

      hey dave thx a lot i appreciate it.

      ya with the processing time and epacket itll usually take about 20-30 days. just let them know how long it takes ahead of time and you should be fine.

      in terms of the quality, just check the reviews of the supplier and on that particular product.

      hope that helps

  18. Ben Nguyen June 20, 2017 at 3:20 PM - Reply

    Hey Brian, when building a general Shopify store what does your menu look like?

    I would think you would copy the exact menu from Aliexpress and just upload the products into the right category for organization purposes and for the customer to easily navigate.

    Thank you 🙂


    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner June 21, 2017 at 12:28 AM - Reply

      hey ben what’s up man.

      i don’t have any categories, i have all my products under one general collection.

      so my menu just looks like, home, catalog, about us, contact us, etc.

      it seems strange, but it works.

      • Ben Nguyen June 22, 2017 at 4:51 PM - Reply

        Awesome. The people will probably only land on product page anyways.

        The testing part and learning will be the difficult part now.

        Thanks for the reply bro.

  19. Ega samudra widya July 1, 2017 at 12:16 PM - Reply

    hi brian
    i read your comment above that you make a video for fb ads by yourself
    now how you make that video? do we have to buy everything first ??
    or you just take a video from google and a little bit editing?

  20. achraf July 4, 2017 at 6:45 AM - Reply

    Let’s say for a specific product at $10/day adset(you have 3 adsets for each product) when did u kill that adset? do you just leave it run for 3 days (even with no sale) then judge it


    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner July 4, 2017 at 8:28 AM - Reply

      ya when you’re running $10/day/adset, you’re going to need at least 3 days (5-7 days would be better), to gain any considerable amount of data. it’s not about the days, it’s about the dollars spent (so 3 days will only give you $30 worth of data for that adset).

      when your first starting out, you’re at a big disadvantage because of the low budget which gives you the long day wait time.

      i’ve found that you usually need to spend between $50-$100 per adset to get an adequate amount of data. therefore i launch at $50/adset/day, so i know right away whether the adset is good or not.

      obviously, this should only be done once you know what you’re doing and you’re making enough money to afford this type of spend.

  21. Brian July 10, 2017 at 11:28 AM - Reply

    Hi Brian!

    My name is Brian too and I’ve been doing drop shipping with Ali Express for a time with no success and nearly gave up until I came across your honest and raw post which have since rekindled my hope with this business model, so thank you.
    On thing that really stuck with me is you mentioned you just do a general store that sells any products which have mass appeal.
    Does this literally mean you sell dog products, cooking products, fitness products or whatever products under the same store (without categories) or do you define a general store as Dogs (for example) that sells any and all products related to Dogs?

    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner July 10, 2017 at 12:04 PM - Reply

      Hey Brian – glad this could help you out!

      Yes, the general store literally sells anything.

      You can define a general store such as dogs, but that will be more of a long term brand building play.

  22. Jon Morrisson July 16, 2017 at 3:19 AM - Reply

    Hi Brian! Awesome video! One question: Making video ads on FB – How does that work exactly? I’m a quick learner but I’m not sure what the best way to do that without having the buy the product first.

  23. Erica August 1, 2017 at 6:44 PM - Reply


    This is by far the most genuine and helpful information I have come across regarding Dropshopping, so thank you! I will be reading more of your posts, and I have subscribed to your YouTube Channel. All the other advice I have come across left me feeling like I was about to walk into a scam.

    I am a teacher, and I am looking to supplement my income by doing drop shipping with ali express. I hope you don’t mind if I ask a few questions:

    1. Is there a minimum price for which you will sell an item? I know you said to focus on mass appeal impulse buy items and low price points, but do you sell $2/item products or $20/item products? How low do you go?

    2. Do you have a formula for how much you invest back into advertising per sale?

    3. How long do you advertise a product before stopping it? Is that what you mean by waiting 3-5 days, and if it doesn’t catch on in that time frame you drop the product?

    4. At what point do you consider the product a winner and focus all your advertising on that product?

    5. On the flip side, at what point do you decide that you will no longer pursue a once “big winner” product and drop advertising for that product.

    6. On average, how much time per week do you dedicate to your business?

    Thank you so very much for this post. It is incredibly refreshing to come across your blog to get authentic drop shipping advice. And thank you for taking the time to share your experience with us. All I want is bit more financial security, to pay my bills, and live more comfortably.

    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner August 2, 2017 at 5:56 AM - Reply

      Hey Erica – thanks for your kind words!

      I have a course coming out soon that will answer all of these in great detail, but here’s a few:

      1. You want to buy the product as cheaply as you can on Aliexpress ($2-$8) and sell it for ($20-$30).

      4. Once you find a product doing a ROAS above at least 2x, preferably 3x.

      6. Depends on the week, but when you’re first starting out, be prepared to be working and learning 24/7. It’s not optimal to do this as a side thing, I reckon it’ll take at least 1000 hours before you start seeing success.

      Hope that helps!

  24. Maxim Artyenslov August 3, 2017 at 2:33 AM - Reply

    Hi Brian, quick technical question for you!

    When you start these test campaigns, do you do PPE ads to test with or go right testing with WC ads?

    As for ‘Jon Morrisson’ above – You can find videos on Youtube. Most AliExpress sellers put videos up there of their product…or it’s infringed and you’ll find the actual vid. Just search it.

    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner August 3, 2017 at 3:32 AM - Reply

      Hey Max I only run Conversion.

      And yes you’re right about the vids thx for helping out

  25. zaalim August 3, 2017 at 2:24 PM - Reply

    Wall Street Playboys book Efficiency basically recommends the same thing. That is crazy how much money you are making.

    Whats your markup on your products? It seems like a lot of items on Aliexpress are at a retail price so if you mark it up even more, youre not offering a competitive price? Thanks

  26. Jay de los Reyes August 12, 2017 at 5:19 PM - Reply

    Hey Brian. I remember back in March, I was watching your video about how you did $30k in 3 weeks. It really inspired me to dig even further. Since then, I’ve been back and forth with my Main business in private label and then with Dropshipping on Shopify.

    I’ve tested products and have done decently with the dropship model. I want to go all out this 4th quarter and I want to start aggressively testing this August. Thanks for being real. THe way you explain it is so simple and short. I’ve spent hours watching others teach their stuff and upsell their courses. I got some value out of it but you’re probably one of the only few who is straight to the point. There’s only one other group out there that teaches this stuff in real no bullshit way.

    I’ve been looking for sellers who do the aggressive testing at least $50/day/adset. I want to implement it this week because I feel that’s the best way to go.I have the experience and budget for ecom, Plus, my Amazon PL is just cruising for now. I just haven’t tried the aggressive testing yet for DS…

    I’ve learn that some of the more aggressive high volume guys are giving an adset 24-48 hours at $50-100 budget/day. They run it straight on Purchase conversion even on cold pixels.

    1. I just want to know, are you killing a $50-100 ad set after 1 day OR 24-48 hours, if its not performing well?

    2. Are you scaling with high budgets on Auto bids or with Manual Bids?

    FYI: I’m running a General Store

    Look forward to your answer! Even if you don’t answer, thanks for the knowledge on your vids. It really helped me back then. I was considering DSL, but I’m glad you dropped the truth on DS with Shopify+ALiexpress!

    • Loser 2 Winner
      Loser 2 Winner August 13, 2017 at 2:27 AM - Reply

      hey jay thanks for the kind words man and i’m happy my stuff has helped you out!

      in regards to your questions, $50 adsets i usually run for 2 days and $100 adsets i run for 1 day and then evaluate the results from there.

      and i only use auto bid, imo manual bidding takes way more work than it’s worth.

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