FAAMG advertising has made big tech a boatload of money in the past decade. First they lured in the innocent by promoting their platforms and apps for free followed by a more or less well crafted bouquet of intrusive ads that made the heads of even the most sophisticated users spin.
Why would a business owner pour all his/her money into Facebook ads to the detriment of say word-of-mouth marketing that’s making up 80% or more of their business? Is it because it’s more comfortable to run ads from a computer instead of shaking hands, answering hard questions from customers and asking for referrals?
My latest Facebook Advertising Workshop in London (UK) has revealed some interesting new insights to running digital advertising no matter the platform. It has also unveiled a better understanding of what drives human behavior.
On the way back from my recent Facebook Advertising workshop in Berlin I reflected upon the mistakes that popped up during the sessions. Some of these mistakes were common, whereas others were directly correlated with the level of know-how each participant had.
These actionable tips will help you transform three common Facebook Advertising challenges into opportunities for growth to ensure you get great recurring results consistently over a long period of time.
Here are seven Facebook advertising tips that work this very moment. As things change and Facebook releases new features and campaign types, these tips need alterations, too. Ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus said that, “Change is the only constant in life”. If there’s one area this applies to more than ever, it’s social media.
For small business owners: discover how to use the most powerful social platform on the planet aka how to deploy Facebook advertising in order to boost exposure, onboard more of the right prospects and clients, and increase sales.
How long can you afford to stay out of the Facebook advertising game? There are more than 50 million Facebook Pages but only 4 million advertisers on Facebook. Why is that? The answer to this question plus three deadly sins of Facebook advertising coming up in today’s blog post.
What Facebook marketing hacks do you use to improve your results and increase ROI? Put the following five hacks to work for you and use Facebook’s amazing targeting power to hand-pick your ideal prospects.
Are you still focusing on good old TV and radio advertising? Do you run any YouTube, Twitter, or Facebook ads? These digital advertising tools will help you quickly analyze how some of the best brands are advertising on Facebook. Mock-up your ad before launching it on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.
What’s the deal with Facebook carousel ads? Why is this format so special, and more importantly, why should you test this type of advertising for your own brands and products too? Facebook carousel ads allow you to showcase more images and links in a single ad for the same price. Automatically show the best performing images first.
Social media advertising is going to explode in the years to come. Facebook, Twitter & Co. are powerful players in the digital advertising game and their performance should not be taken lightly. If you’re tired of searching and identifying affordable keywords you can bid on to drive traffic to your website (i.e. landing page, sales funnel) than you should definitely give social media advertising — Facebook advertising in particular, a try.
Facebook ads are a powerful marketing weapon when it comes to expanding your reach to highly relevant audiences. In this blog post you’ll discover three powerful ways to target your most relevant audience using Facebook ads.
Facebook advertising can help you drive targeted traffic to your website, get quality leads and make more sales. To squeeze the best juice out of your Facebook ads and stop spending more than you should on a campaign, you need to have the right components in place. There are plenty of experts and marketing pros…
Are you advertising on Facebook? Have you used Power Editor to set up your Facebook ads? Let’s say you’re not part of the crowd “I tried Facebook advertising. I spent $100 and it didn’t work. It doesn’t work for me and my type of business”. Say, you’re doing pretty OK on Facebook, however, you’re not…