With well over a billion monthly active users, Facebook is the largest and most powerful social media advertising platform in the world. Taking advantage of that platform, however, can be a difficult challenge. To succeed on Facebook, advertisers need to understand how to drive user engagement and effectively use audience targeting to get the most out of their advertising budget.
Targeting the Right Audience
There are a lot of ways to target your ads on Facebook. As a basic strategy, targeting audiences using categories like age, gender or interests can yield good results, but to really get the most out of your campaigns, it’s best to build custom audiences based on which types of users produce the most profit for your company. To speed up the custom audience building process, you can upload a list of your leads or customer email addresses. There are a couple of advantages to this sort of database marketing.
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Creating a custom audience
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Facebook allows you to target your ads to the people who are most likely to want your product or service.
Optimizing Your Facebook Campaigns
In addition to targeting the right audience, it’s important to set your campaigns up for success. This takes testing. Generally speaking, it’s best to have a variety of ads and promoted content. Sometimes the unexpected will resonate with your audience, so it’s important to keep testing different ads until you get a feel for what works. In addition, it’s important to make sure that your landing pages are turning clicks into conversions as efficiently as possible. As with PPC platforms like Google AdWords, simply getting traffic to your site isn’t enough. You need to create a consistent experience that compels the customer to convert.
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