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Facebook ads are packaged in diverse categories. It’s now possible to run ads for your page, user actions, or your website. Although Facebook is increasingly focusing on native ads and keeping traffic on its website, you can still be successful in sending users to your website.
Various ad layouts include images, videos, carousel (multiple images), Instant Experiences, and collections. Facebook ads are targeted based on users’ location, demographics, and profile details. A lot of these options are only available on Facebook. After developing an ad, you set a budget and place a bid for each click or thousand impressions your ad receives.
Users will then see your ads in the sidebar on Facebook or in their newsfeed. As marketers, our primary goal is generally to drive traffic to our websites. Building your Facebook presence is excellent, but driving someone to your site puts you in control of the medium, giving you the best chance of achieving your goals.
Facebook’s other apps are great for driving engagement and brand awareness, but ads that target users off-site are still the best option for advertisers aiming to make sales.
Top Tip or Creating Facebook Ads
Facebook ads have great potential, and the process isn’t as mundane as creating texts and sitting back to wait for sales. Getting Facebook ads right takes a thoughtful approach and a lot of tweaking until you find the perfect strategy.
Here Are Eight Essential Tips To Optimize Your Facebook Ad Campaigns
1. Target Facebook Advertisements
Why advertise on Facebook? The two main reasons are Facebook’s wide reach and almost unparalleled targeting. The problem is that many companies don’t take advantage of their targeting. They opt for the “bigger is the better” approach when what matters is that your products or services reach the people who need them most.
Most marketers’ biggest mistake with Facebook ads is not targeting them correctly. The options for targeting Facebook ads are unparalleled. You can customize your ads to target specific demographics, and develop custom or like audiences to target users comparable to your best clients. You can also use retargeting advertising to target users who have interacted with your page or visited your website.
On Facebook, you can target users directly by:
Each option can be helpful depending on the target audience. Most advertisements should focus on location, age, gender, and interests. The location allows you to target users in the country, state, city, or zip code you serve.
Age and gender should be based on your existing customers. If women between the ages of 25 and 44 make up most of your customers, you should focus on that demographic first. If they prove profitable, you can expand your target audience.
Interest targeting is the most powerful but most abused feature of Facebook ads. You have two options when creating an ad: broad categories or detailed interests.
2. Include Images
Facebook is a visual place. How often do you pause to read a post that’s just text versus one that has videos or images? The essential part of your Facebook ad is the image. You can write the best text globally, but you won’t get clicks if your image doesn’t grab users’ attention.
Don’t use low-quality images, generic stock photos, or images for which you don’t have usage rights. Don’t steal images from Google Images. Unless you are a famous brand, don’t use your logo.
Now that we’ve gotten the naysayers out of the way, how should advertisers find images to use? Buy them, create them yourself, or use images with a creative commons license.
Here Are Some Methods to Make Your Images Stand Out On the Platform
3. Write a Captivating Text
After users see your image, they will (hopefully) read your ad text. That is where you can make them like your product or service and get them to click. Despite the limitation of 40 characters for the headline and 125 characters for the text, we can still use the famous AIDA formula for ad copy.
AIDA is a great deal to fit into 165 characters. So compose five or ten ads until you can fit a concise sales pitch into the ad.
4. Follow the Best Method for Bidding on Facebook Ads
As with any other ad network, strategic bidding can distinguish between winning and failing campaigns. After you create your ad, Facebook gives you a recommended bid range. Suppose you’re just starting; set your bid near the low end of this range. Your CTR will quickly determine the price you have to pay for traffic.
Optimize your ads and goals to increase your CTR continually minimize. If your CTR is low, you’ll have to bid more for each click to increase your CTR continually.
In addition to click volume, your bid also determines how much of your target audience you can reach. Facebook provides an excellent chart for each campaign that shows the size of your audience and the percentage of that audience you’ve reached.
As you increase your bid, your ad will reach more of your audience. If your ad is performing well but reaching less than 75 percent of your audience, you can raise your bid to get more clicks. The reach of your target audience is high, and you can increase the frequency with which they see your ad by increasing your budget.
5. Develop a Landing Page for Your Facebook Ad
Getting clicks on your Facebook ad is only one piece of the puzzle. Ultimately, your ROI is based on users’ actions once they reach your landing page. A click is just the beginning. You still need the visitor to convert. Make sure you send visitors to a targeted landing page with a high conversion rate. You know their age, gender, and passion, so reveal a web page that will solve their issues.
Keep your landing pages simple. Don’t bombard your visitors with multiple options; give them the detail they require to make an informed decision but focus on getting them to choose a single option. The landing page should also include the registration form or email signup box, which you’ll check up as a conversion.
If you wish visitors to sign up for your newsletter, demonstrate to them the benefits or offer a gift for their email.
6. Track the Performance of Your Facebook Ads
Facebook Ads Manager provides a massive amount of data about how users interact with your ads. However, once users click on your website, it doesn’t provide the same insight, so you’ll need to utilize an analytics program like Google Analytics.
By tagging your links with Google’s URL builder or your tracking tags, you can easily track how web traffic from your Facebook ads interacts with your website. This way, you can determine how effective your ads are in lead generation, multiple sales, and overall revenue.
7. Create a Realistic FB Ad Budget
We’ve discussed creating multiple ads that use different images and target specific interests. So how can you create a realistic Facebook ad budget? It boils down to a simple equation: how many impressions do you need to make “x” sales and generate “y” revenue?
Start with a few simple questions:
Let’s say your responses look like this:
If we wish to make $10,000 in sales, we need to sell 1,000 units. With a conversion rate of 1 percent, we need 100,000 impressions. Now take your average CPC and multiply it by 100,000, and you have a rough idea of your budget.
Spread that number throughout your campaign, and you’ll have your daily budget. After setting the budget, you can choose a goal to have Facebook automatically help you better achieve your goals. For example, you can choose conversion or link clicks as your ad optimization method to get the best results.
It’s easy to be skeptical when Facebook suggests how much you should pay for each click, but it’s convenient. These platforms face tremendous competition. So they know that if they don’t deliver for you, you’ll go elsewhere. It leads to practical ad optimization tools that are especially useful when taking your first steps with Facebook advertising.
8. Create a Facebook Business Page
If you do not have a company page yet, you need to create one. That will allow you to take advantage of all the ad types offered by Facebook. Go to the “Create Page” and enter your page’s name, category, and description.
Enter some keywords in the category bar, and you will get some handy options. When you have entered all the details, click “Create Page.” You will then be prompted to add your profile and cover photo before saving. Once you’ve done this, your page is ready to go, and you can start filling it out by following the simple setup steps.
Facebook will provide you with a list of different tasks that you can complete. One of them that is particularly worthwhile is creating a call to action. It will redirect visitors to your website. So choose something that encourages action (for me, “Sign Up” makes the most sense).
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