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This may be a bit inelegant, but could you create duplicate tabs, one which appears on your actual page layout (for organic visitors), and another that can only be accessed through a Facebook ad?
We discussed that as a possibility, but is it possible to have a hidden Facebook tab? What is to stop an organic lead from hitting the drop-down tabs button and clicking on our "Advertising" Request Demo tab?
We know that we will get more conversions if we keep people within Facebook, and so we don't want to drive them out to an external landing page.
I suppose you're right, not sure if you can technically "hide" a page from view. I'd advise looking at your Facebook insights a bit though. You may find like many pages, the majority of users do not consume content on your actual page, but rather through their news feed where they see your posts. While a user could theoretically go to your page, click the drop down, and find your paid advertising tab, I'd imagine in most circumstances it's relatively unlikely, especially if you position the organic tab more prominently.
If you're gunning for absolute precision in your tracking though, it certainly is a potential loophole.
Thanks Jeff - That's a very valid point!