It doesn’t matter what you are trying to sell, the Internet is one of the best places to gain a following and build up a business beyond your wildest expectations.
You may have been given quite a few Facebook Ad tips by well-meaning friends or forum members. I just read one tip you should definitely avoid – and that’s creating a new Facebook account under a pen name for your business.
While the targeting works well for advertisers, it also speaks to Facebook’s desire to make the user experience better. It truly strives to only display ads to its users that those users are likely to enjoy seeing or learning more about.
It’s incredibly easy to create a Facebook ad, to help promote your website. However, the approval process may prove to be something of a challenging surprise, judging by all the complaints on the net by people whose ads are not approved on the first try.
Drop everything you ever learned about writing long sales copy or blog headlines – Facebook ad headlines are different, yet again. For one thing, you only have a rigid 25-characters for your Facebook ad headlines (no exceptions), so they must be short, punchy and eye-catching.
Ultimately, all you need to begin seeing results with Facebook Ads is the concept for the ad you’d like to create. Facebook literally walks advertisers through a simple process for creation, budgeting, bid setting and more.
Using Facebook for advertising is different than Google Adwords. In order to gain a steady and highly targeted traffic stream, you need to know strategies that can pay off in this arena.
You’ve built a website or created a WordPress blog, and packed it with your best content. You’ve done solid market research, carefully optimizing your site for SEO with long-tailed keywords. And now you’re busy networking that site by:
When you’re writing content online, you can write it in such a way that it sounds very factual and impersonal. Or, you can write in a way that really packs an emotional punch. By and…
While Facebook does have some restrictions on the types of ads it will accept and the advertisers it will allow to use its site, these ads are beneficial for just about any use imaginable.
You’ve done thorough market research, and read all Facebook’s rules and prohibitions… you’re all ready to start your Facebook ad campaign.
An estimated 50 percent of active Facebook users take the time to log into Facebook each and every day. That’s some 200 million people coming to this site daily.