Are you using Facebook native video?
When you publish videos to Facebook, the result is high visibility and a greater likelihood of engagement.
In this article I’ll share seven ways to connect with your audience using Facebook native video.
Do you want to get more out of your ads?
The right optimization can make or break your ad campaign. Target audiences, timing and ad creative are all important considerations.
In this article I’ll share three tips for making the most of your Facebook ad campaigns.
#1: Reach the Right Audience
Many marketers optimize their Facebook ads based on the soulless numbers they see on that platform, which often leads to reaching the wrong audience.
For example, when you run a campaign to increase your page likes, you only care whether your ads are increasing the number of likes. But consider that the number of likes says nothing about your fans’ relevance to your business. For all you know, a substantial portion of fans could be fake—that’s definitely not the audience you’re going for.
Have you considered combining the power of Google Analytics with your Facebook Insights?
Comparing this data can help you find Facebook fans who are most likely to convert.
In this article I’ll show you how to identify an optimum audience and match it with your Facebook fans for increased conversions.
#1: Identify Your Buying Audience
First let’s look at your website. Google Analytics is the best way to identify which segments of your audience are most likely to convert to your goals. In this section I’m assuming you have a clear understanding of how Google Analytics works, specifically how goals and events work.
Facebook marketing can work well for B2B companies, but you may have to rethink how you use your Facebook page.
In this article you’ll discover four tips that can help you make Facebook work for your B2B company or client.
#1: Understand Your Audience
It’s important to recognize that your audience on Facebook may not be the same as your audience on LinkedIn.
Knowing your audience—what resonates with them and what their expectations are—is always your first step to success. When you know what your audience wants, you can give it to them (without guessing).
So how do you find out who your Facebook audience is? Use the tools available to you and look at the data. Check Facebook Insights, Google Analytics and even your own database to get a clear picture of your audience.
Facebook Insights tracks how your audience engages with your page. You can trace their preferences, see how your audience demographic compares to Facebook as a whole or track which user segments you’re reaching and engaging with most often.
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:
Are your Facebook fans frequenting your website? Do you want them to?
Keep reading for five ways to drive traffic from Facebook to your company website.
Thoughts on Facebook
While Facebook has become an increasingly significant communication medium, for many businesses and organizations, their website remains the primary consumer touch point.
So what do you do if you want to get your Facebook audience to engage more on your brand site?
Are you avoiding Facebook for marketing? Maybe you’re wondering, “Why should I care about Facebook?”
There’s a lot of misconceptions and frustrations floating around when it comes to Facebook.
In this article, I’ll help debunk some of the big Facebook myths that may be preventing you from an amazing opportunity.
Why Facebook Marketing?
First and foremost, Facebook, like other social media, is a phenomenal way to become more visible and successful by making a face for yourself online.
Facebook is now the largest social network on the planet with over 500 million active users, long ago surpassing former social networking giant MySpace—and it continues to grow at 1 million new users a week.