Strange spikes in audience visits, traffic coming from unusual geographic locations, or high bounce rates, are often signs there’s something more going on than just a poor landing page experience or mismatch between ad copy and webpage content.
Did you know that more than three million businesses around the world use Facebook and its Facebook Ad Manager tool to market and advertise themselves?
We live online, on social platforms including Facebook that provide the ideal opportunity to get in front of millions of people quickly and easily. Facebook advertising can be incredibly beneficial to your business. Let us tell you why Facebook advertising is a no brainer.
If we first off jump back to the start of 2020, Facebook rates were reasonable and, as an advertising platform, the social media giant was stable and performed well.
There was always the question of over reporting and the odd court case over inflated stats, but it was easy for advertisers to drive cost effective conversions using Facebook’s in-platform data.
Facebook Ads Funnels provide one of the most powerful – and evergreen – marketing strategies and one which is guaranteed to generate new leads and increase ROI while growing your brand awareness.
Facebook is a social media giant, it reaches 59% of the world’s social networking population and it’s the only one of the platforms to reach more than half of all social media users, which means the potential for finding new customers is almost limitless.
Have you considered if your business would benefit from implementing a marketing to millennials using paid search strategy?
Millennials, also known as digital natives, have just overtaken the Baby Boomers as the world’s largest generation and they have disposable income, they’re often parents and they’re both technology and brand savvy.
Google announced this week (June 24th) that it is delaying the implementation of third party cookie blocking by almost two years.
The company’s decision to take a more responsible approach and work with all interested parties will be a relief for many PPC managers who now have until mid to late 2023 to prepare.
One of the strongest tools in the Facebook audience targeting arsenal is the Lookalike Audience (LAL).
Facebook provides a vast amount of ways to reach potential customers and what makes Lookalike Audiences so powerful is their ability to reach new audiences more inclined to like what you have to offer.
Facebook retargeting ads is the platform’s strongest asset, allowing advertisers to retarget anyone that has interacted on Facebook with their page or event or off Facebook, on their website or app using the Facebook tracking pixel.
In this post, we are going to take a closer look at why a Facebook retargeting strategy is a vital part of a paid social campaign and how advertisers can adapt to Apple’s IOS 14.5 update.
Facebook and Apple have been embroiled in a fight over access to people’s data for some time now and the stakes just got higher with the release of Apple’s latest iOS.
The iPhone operating system, iOS 14.5 came into effect last week and it means that users of Apple products will now have to actively give permission for Facebook, and other companies which sell mobile advertising, to use their data.
There is a definite art to advertising on Facebook and – specifically – creating high-converting Facebook ads. Here’s our guide on how to do it.