I’m really getting to know Facebook ads these days. My associates, Landon and Chris, recommend that businesses should have ad running daily. The cool thing about Facebook ads is that you can highly target your market. That is so cool.
Running an effective ad that is targeted to your group is like putting a cold water dispenser in the middle of a desert full of thirsty people. It’s a win win situation. Everybody gets what they want and they’re happy!
If you are serious about marketing anything online I highly recommend that you have a business Facebook ad account.
Having an a business account on Facebook has a lot of benefits.
1.Business accounts receive special notices if something does not look right or if you’re as are not producing the results you want.
2. There are suggested training’s to help you with your ads.
3. If there is something that still isn’t working for your ads you can schedule a phone call with a Facebook marketing specialist. I recently had an issue with my ads and was assigned a specialist for 28 days. She is helping me with my pixels and look like audiences. I have direct access to her email and she responds quickly.
Plus I have lifetime access to the Invisible Empire Facebook course that is being constantly updated to keep up with the times.
4. The key to being successful with an online business or selling anything online is to dive deep into Facebook ads. Learn how to set them up correctly, how to analyze the numbers and how to ramp up to run winning ads.
What not to do:
-Spam people in their message box with your link, that’s such a turn off.
When I see that going on I know they are rookies.
What to do:
-Show your life, what you’re up to, what you like to do, etc. Facebook is all about social engagement and entertainment.
-Teach something. If you are a really good cook or great at sewing, make a video! That can be fun and engaging. Show people how to make a great cake or sew a quick pouch.
Life on Facebook is about sharing experiences and meeting people from all over the world. I love having friends in Japan, Australia, England and Europe. It’s sort of like traveling from your desktop or mobile phone.
And who doesn’t like traveling? . . . .
Have a great rest of the day!