Are you confused by the latest changes?
Recent changes made to Facebook’s ad campaign structure can affect how you set up and test your ads.
In this article you’ll discover how to set up a Facebook ad campaign in the new structure.
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.
Are you reaping the full benefits Facebook ad targeting?
To allocate your Facebook ad spend more efficiently, you need to target people who are interested in your product or service.
In this article you’ll discover how Facebook remarketing campaigns can increase your ROI.
What Is Remarketing?
Remarketing is a tactic that lets you advertise to people who have visited your website and shown interest in your product or service. The way it works is relatively straightforward: Visitors come to your website, you segment your website visitors and create custom ads and then show those ads to those website visitors via Facebook.
Have you thought about building a Facebook group?
Today’s Facebook groups offer a way to create ties with thousands of members.
In this article you’ll find four ways Facebook groups can help build stronger customer relationships.
Are you using buyer personas to identify your target customers and fans?
With some detective work, you can determine whom you want to reach and how you’re going to engage them on Facebook.
In this article I’ll share five questions to help you identify and connect with your target customers on Facebook.
#1: Do Our Target Customers and Fans Align?
Buyer personas are an integral part of any successful marketing, whether traditional or social, because they clearly define your target customers.
Are you concerned about the effect of poor reviews on your business?
Facebook has a star rating system that lets your customers share their experience (whether positive or negative) with others.
In this article I’ll share everything you need to know about Facebook star reviews, including what they are and how to shut them off.
What Are Facebook Reviews?
According to Facebook, star ratings encourage more people to rate a business, making it eligible to appear in the news feed. This helps readers discover new businesses, while businesses create greater brand awareness.
Are you struggling to find ways to get noticed on the platform?
With each update to Facebook, it becomes increasingly harder for small businesses to make a splash in front of their intended audience.
Here are four marketing tactics you can use to get more out of your Facebook advertising.
Would you like to learn the secret of their Facebook success?
While we’d never advocate copying your competitor’s posts exactly, it’s helpful to monitor and study the posts of your competition.
You may get ideas on how to tweak your own posting strategy to build on what’s working for someone else.
In this article I’ll show you how to research what your competition is doing on Facebook so you can study what works and model it on your own page.
Have you thought about using giveaways to educate your customers?
Great Lakes, a student loan service, used a Facebook giveaway to educate borrowers and open the lines of communication on a topic they suspected was confusing for their customers.
In this article you’ll discover how they increased their Facebook following by 200% without like-gating their Facebook campaign.
Recognizing that their customers may have difficulty understanding the details of their student loans, Great Lakes set out to inform and help their borrowers via a promotion. The company focused solely on Facebook and hosted a sweepstakes offering a $6,000 cash prize to be put toward an existing student loan.