5 Keys to Successful Facebook Ads Marketing
Have you ever noticed how companies now choose to promote their Facebook pages instead of their respective official sites?
This is indicative of how much Facebook’s influence on social media has grown over the years. And that premise is explanation enough why Facebook Ads Marketing is a great tool in promoting your products and services. To get the best results in Facebook Ads Marketing, here are a few useful tips you can use.
Set Up Goals
By using built-in features like Facebook pages and groups, you can make use of the site’s social networking capabilities. First, you need to set a goal in relation to social media, such as acquiring many “fans” and members as you can. Traditional campaign goals (site traffic, direct sales) will be instrumental as well.
Whatever you do, it’s important that you keep your campaigns definitive. Facebook marketing tasks such as writing ad texts, linking URLs, and doing calls to action should have a concrete goal in mind.
Select the Perfect Image
An option to select a thumbnail for your Facebook ad will be made available to you. Of course, the image you pick should be relevant to the niche your business is involved with. Ads can benefit tremendously from images that are noticeable. It would probably wise to experiment with a few images to determine which one makes a big impact.
Facebook ads can give you a bevy of targeting options that will help direct people to your Facebook ads. These include geography, age, gender, education, relationship status, workplace, and keywords. Assign a value that corresponds to each of them in order to engage people who might express an interest on your ad according to the aforementioned target variables.
Set Up A Budget
Facebook advertising is not much different from Google’s Adworks in a sense that you also bid for keywords in order for your ads to be displayed frequently. There are two types in doing this: the cost per click (CPC) model and the cost-per-thousand (CPM) model. The CPC model is where you pay only for each click made on your ads; whereas the CPM model charges you for every instance your ad gets 1000 views.
Each model has its own merits, and it’s entirely up to you which one you think would work best. As for the budget, it’s recommended that you start small. Test the waters first; once you determine the set of keywords that result to better results, that’s the time to increase the daily budget to the recommended amount, which is $50 or more.
Facebook has a useful analytics tool called Facebook Insights which gives you the metrics that provide an account of every target variable. The information obtained can tell you how each variable of the campaign has contributed to the “sign ups” made by Facebook users. This gives you an idea on the adjustments that have to be made to assist the advertising campaign.
Following all the tips mentioned in this article will certainly bolster your Facebook Ads Marketing campaign. Follow everything to the letter, and you’re bound to reap all the rewards.