Getting followers on your Facebook business page is a perpetual challenge. Your content and feeds are visible to the limited audience who follow you, but there are paid methods to achieve larger audiences.
We offer Facebook advertising services to help you discover customers that you may otherwise miss. One of the most effective ways, that requires only a small investment, is efficiently managing Facebook ads.
With our exhaustive strategy, we create your Facebook page (if required), and then find the right target customers for your Facebook ads. We ensure that you reach maximum targeted customers, at a time when most likely to be clicked, and are able to receive benefits from social media advertising initiative.
Setting up a campaign is not be all and end all of Facebook advertising. Mostly campaigns (In the form of Boost post or Suggested Posts) are short term, so it’s imperative to revisit them and keep a track of their performance. We can offer you an exhaustive social media approach wherein we take control of your social networks and help you drive new customers through them.
There are a variety of ads that Facebook offers. Domain ads are the most common and simple type (as shown above) of Facebook ad that is accompanied with a title, brief description and URL of your website. Such ads are not visible on mobile devices as they appear on the right column of Facebook.
Newsfeed ads appear in the newsfeeds of users and are large and fairly common (to attract users) and are accompanied with text and link description. These ads promote external websites and offer direct link to the website being promoted.
Newsfeed ads are known to get attention from users and once any user leaves a comment or likes your Facebook page, there should be a response given to them.
It is also possible to promote multiple products (three or more) through the newsfeed ads (useful if you have an e-commerce site). Such ads are visible on your mobile and desktop. Each of the products can be displayed with its own picture. Such ads carry a greater potential of getting clicked.
These ads look similar to other newsfeeds of Facebook.
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