If you have dabbled in Facebook Ads (or even just boosted a few posts) you most likely are aware that you can target your ad’s audience by location, gender, age, and interests. However, there are countless, niche targeting options you probably are not aware of! These options are highly specific and may be able to offer you a much higher ROI as they increase the chances of reaching your ideal audience.
Creating your first Facebook ad to advertise on Facebook can be a daunting experience. With so many options to choose from, questions to answer and decisions to make – it can be quite confusing. It surely doesn’t help that the first step (selecting the right type of ad) is the most important and a wrong choice can impact the effectiveness of your ad. Have no worry! I’m going to show you the basic steps to create ads, set up a budget, target the right audience for maximum reach and create a strong Facebook marketing strategy.
So, you’ve got the photos, the tweets, and the Facebook posts down, but what’s your next move for social media marketing? We suggest you dive on into the world of video. Videos shared on social media platforms have a tendency to increase your credibility and create an appreciation for the time and effort you put into creating these custom videos. Statistics show that 61% of customers rely more on companies with custom content, such as videos. Video content can be used on all social platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkdIn, YouTube, and Snapchat. These videos don’t have to be awe-provoking to get your message across, lots of companies will even do slideshows of photos with text overlaying the photos to convey the message that they’re trying to send.
Native ads, a type of advertisement that has become increasingly popular with companies are becoming more apparent to page visitors. Native ads are known to be more “hidden” within a page, to stand out less than traditional advertisements, these ads are typically still labeled as such but in discrete ways. Native Advertisements are ideal for mobile browsing because of the difficulty that comes with integrating banner ads with mobile sites.