How To Target Your Audience And How To Build Your Email List
One of the biggest advantages of Facebook Ads is the ability to target your ads specifically at particular audiences. This means that you can ensure only people who are likely to want to buy from you see your ads and that you aren’t wasting any of yuor budget on clicks that don’t end up converting.
Facebook, like many other social networks and advertising platforms, allows you to target your ads based on all the usual domographics such as age and sex. Where Facebook goes above and beyond though, is in providing you eith advanced tools to target people by a range of different factors.
Consider some of these impressive options and build them into your own campaign….
Using Facebook Ads is a great way to sell a product and if you set this up correctly, then you can ensure that you will pay less for each click than you earn from each visitor on average. That means that your advertising campaign will make you direct ROI and you can keep investing more into your daily budget and getting more out of it in kind.
But that’s only one way to use Facebook Ads, which actually have a plethora of different applications. Ahother example is to use them to build a mailing list and this can work incredibly well when it comes to selling big ticket items.
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Using Images and Videos Will Make Your Ad More Eye Catching
Facebook Ads have a ton of advantages but one of the biggest is the ability to adapt the tool to the kind of campaign you are most interested in running. You can use images as adverts for example but you can also use videos. And actually, using a video can be a fantastic way to have a much stronger impact on your audience.
When scrolling through your Facebook homefeed, some adverts will instantly catch your eye, whereas others you’ll simply pass-by.
So what is the different between these? Which ones really grab your attention and which ones fail to make any impression?
Often, the difference comes down to the images or video that is used. While a headline can make a big difference too, an image or video can convey a lot more information in much shorter time and as such is potentially more potent when it comes to quickly getting us to sit up and take note.
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An Introduction to Google, Bing And Facebook AdWords
PPC has completely transformed the way that people advertise on the web. This is a new form of advertising for what is a very different medium – a very more interactive medium – than television or magazine.
PPC stand for ‘Pay Per Click’. What this means for advertisers is that they are only paying for each click. If their ad isn’t successful and no one clicks on it, then you don’t pay anything at all. That can actually means free exposeure sometimes! A bidding system comes into play whenever an advert is shown and that means that the cost of each click will depend o the amount of cometition – again this is good news because it means that some advertisers will be getting nearly free visitors when there isn’t much competition.
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Why you should use Facebook Advertising and How it can Benefit your Business
You have built a Website or created a WordPress blog, and packed it with your best content. You have done solid market research, carefully optimizing your site for
SEO with long-tailed keywords.
And now you are busy networking that site by:
- Submitting Articles to directories
- Including a clear call-to-action at the en of every post
- Networking on related forums and social media
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