For example some unknown lady starts to follow you on Facebook with a photo like this:
Before diving into the topic, let’s go over the basics.
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Why buy accounts?
Facebook accounts are not only about personal photos, messages, comments and likes. It’s also a tool for promoting business, a person and a shout for some persons very-important-gosh-nobody-cares opinion. Or someone else’s opinion: depends who is using the account.
Profiles in social networks are widely used by promoters to meet the needs of their customers: to sell products, advertise, punish a competitor or make some noise.
At the same time, Facebook keeps an eye on the users. For example, there are products that can’t be sold, words that can’t be used and it’s not in the interests of Facebook, so that somebody gets promoted artificially.
To deal with all this you need Facebook accounts. Many Facebook accounts.
So, you are going to launch your very own Facebook advertising campaign. Everything is ready: the budget is approved, the key queries are collected, the target audience’s profile is clear. There’s only one “tiny” detail left – to create the ads themselves.
There is no shortage of advice on developing effective CTAs and using the platform’s built-in tools, and yet, it is very often overlooked that the way to both impactful target content and effective advertising campaigns lies precisely through the hearts of your users. In this article, we are going to share approaches which are sure to help you use your users’ opinions the right way.
If your target audience doesn’t like your products, that’s bad. But it’s good if your users express their opinions as comments since it’s your road to redemption. However, the most important thing is that you can develop entire advertising campaigns based on these opinions alone. Let’s assume that your task is to promote a weight-loss product. The product is targeted at women. In this case, you should study the negative feedback about similar products already present on the market. Quite possibly, these will help you develop a CTA and create a content plan aimed at addressing a specific pain point that your clients have.
Users often leave comments under publications, engage in discussions, share their opinions on fan pages and in groups. Read any comment longer than 200 symbols, and you will likely find something that can be used to create a new post or develop a new advert.
Promising sources of information valuable for any advertiser can be discovered on discussion forums outside Facebook, too. There exist special search engines that allow you to search blogs, discussion forums, and so on using key queries the same way we do it on Google or Yandex. This approach lets you find customers’ pains indicated outside Facebook but still relevant to the platform’s audience.
If we continue with weight loss, it is obvious that you can find a lot of valuable insights on women’s websites and forums. In groups where you have to use your own profile to post comments, it is much more difficult to be really honest about your problems. That’s why femaleforum.com and similar resources are truly goldmines of valuable information and ideas.
To create effective adverts in particular and entire advertising campaigns in general, you can also use the latest news. We often associate goods with our current economic or social situation. It especially shows during various financial and economic crises and other periods of significant change in our lives.
It’s important to understand that when we talk about “users”, we should include not only current or prospective buyers of your products or services but also those who are not and will not be related to it in any way. Statistically speaking, only 1 in 100 people are involved in content generation, and it’s precisely that small proportion of active users that you should pay close attention to since their posts, photos and videos constitute a really valuable source of feedback.
Then again, if the ideas already published online are of no help to you, you can always ask a question yourself, on your blog, public page, or private profile. Asking your target audience for advice is a sure way to customer satisfaction!
So, you are buying ads, but the results do not live up to your expectations – and your expenses. This happens quite often, and it’s not just an amateur marketer’s pitfall. The reasons are many, but all of them can be solved using common and commonly accessible knowledge. In this article, we are going to share useful advice which will help you increase your Facebooks ads conversion. Simply put, you will be able to get more clicks, subscriptions and sales than before, on the same budget.
Do you know that there is an advertising opportunity that lots of marketers just don’t notice right in front of their face? We are talking about Facebook Video, an alternative to YouTube which was launched a few years ago, hit the headlines and… is often downright ignored now. In this article, we are going to share effective techniques which will help you get target traffic using the assets you might already have on your very hard drive.
So, when we mention video marketing, the first thing that comes to mind is YouTube. Yes, we should hand it to Google since they practically monopolized this field and changed the way we receive information. Nowadays, video content is king. Very seldom do we settle for lengthy descriptions on websites or even the shortest blog posts.