Are you promoting events online?
Have you tried using Facebook to spread the word?
Targeted Facebook ads are an ideal way to reach people who are most likely to share and attend your event.
In this article I’ll show you how Facebook ads increase exposure, engagement and registrations for your event.
Did you know you can target your website visitors with Facebook ads?
To learn how you can use Facebook ads to market your business, I interview Rick Mulready for this episode of the Social Media Marketing podcast.
More About This Show
The Social Media Marketing podcast is a show from Social Media Examiner.
It’s designed to help busy marketers and business owners discover what works with social media marketing.
The show format is on-demand talk radio (also known as podcasting).
In this episode, I interview Rick Mulready, who is the host of the Inside Social Media Podcast—a show where he interviews successful social media marketers. Rick also teaches courses on Facebook ads.
Rick shares creative and inexpensive ways to use Facebook ads to market your business.
You’ll discover useful ways to use remarketing, how to add the remarketing pixel to your website and tools to help manage your Facebook ads.
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Have you tried Facebook’s custom audience options?
Retargeting to the right audience is a must if you want to see more conversions from your Facebook ads.
In this article you’ll discover four Facebook custom audiences you can create to retarget your content to the most relevant Facebook audience.
Why Retargeted Content?
Did you know you can split test both your Facebook Page posts and your Facebook ads?
Split testing (also known as A/B testing) is the best way to make sure every status update gets maximum engagement and every ad is optimized for conversions.
In this article I’ll share how to split test Facebook posts and ads.
Why Split Test Facebook Posts and Ads?
Split testing compares two similar but different versions of something (e.g., a Facebook post or ad, landing page design, etc.). When each version is published, you track its performance and determine which one provides the best results related to your goals. You keep the one that’s working.
Do you want to learn more about the people your ad reaches before you spend money on it?
Even the most effective ad copy can fail if it doesn’t reach the right audience.
In this article you’ll discover how using Facebook’s Audience Insights can make sure your ad reaches the right Facebook users.
About Facebook Audience Insights
Are you getting the results you want?
The kinds of images and text you use in your Facebook ads impact your audience’s response.
In this article you’ll discover what makes people more likely to click on your Facebook sidebar ads.
Designing Click-Worthy Ads
Facebook sidebar ads are pretty small (at least for now). Each one allows for 90 characters in the headline and displays at 100 pixels wide x 72 pixels tall.
Are you confused by Facebook’s advertising options?
Do you know when you should use boost posts vs. promoted posts?
Understanding the similarities and differences between boost and promoted posts helps you make better budget decisions.
In this article you’ll discover the differences between the boost post and promoted post options, and how to choose which is right for your marketing efforts.
Why Pay to Have People See Your Posts?
You’ve probably heard the news that Facebook has decreased the organic reach for pages. That means that to be seen in your community’s news feed, you need to spend some money on Facebook ads.
But should you boost or promote your posts? I say it depends. Base your decision on which posts are helpful to your audience and further your goals on Facebook.
You don’t need to pay for every post—just choose the best ones. Use the tips below to help you decide which posts will help you the most.
Do you believe Facebook could be a great tool for your business if only you used it right?
Facebook seems quite easy to use, but it actually requires some advanced strategy, especially when making heads or tails of Facebook ads.
In this post you’ll discover how to set up an advanced Facebook news feed ad campaign in 10 easy steps.
News Feed Ads vs. Right-Hand Column Ads
People always ask me, “What’s the difference between right-hand column and news feed advertisements on Facebook?” Facebook just announced a new look for ads in the right-hand column to make them bigger. But these ads appear on the side of the page.
Do you want to create better Facebook ads?
In this article you’ll discover four things to help you build a more effective Facebook ad.
#1: Choose Color With Care
It’s long been accepted that the psychological associations that come with color–and how we process what we see–affect the power of an advertisement.
Here’s a quick guide to color: