Hidden Facebook Ad Targeting v3.15.0 — Update
Getting an SSL certificate for my Hidden Facebook Ad Targeting software was on my to do list from inception, but after a couple users requested it, I pushed it to the top of my priority list.
4 hours and 51 minutes after the second request, it was done.
The SSL certificate I am using is the sha256 hash functions designed by the United States National Security Agency (NSA) in 2001 for using in security applications such as SSL certificates.
For those who haven’t heard of an SSL certificate or have but don’t know what it is/does, it is a set of cryptographic protocols designed to provide communications security over a computer network.
Basically, what this means is it secures all you input between the web browser and my server and back.
And this is so you can sign-up and sign-in with peace-of-mind that your user name, password and keywords are secure communicating to-and-from your web browser and my database.
If you have no idea what I am on about with this Hidden Facebook Ad Targeting software, it finds and lists the thousands of demographics, interests or behaviours that are hidden in the Facebook Ads Manager interface, yet are still available to target — this ultimately means less competition for bids, more relevance to audiences, and less ad costs.
And, I am starting to roll it out for free for a short period of time (as I iron out bugs), so if you interested in a free account (no credit card required) to help you find no-so-obvious targeting criteria, then let me know.
As it is free, all I’d like in return is feedback on the software.
It will become paid very soon.