Social media marketing has become an important part of business growth. If a business does not have a presence on social media, there’s a good chance it’s losing out on customers. This is why even the smallest brands are leveraging social advertisements and engagement to boost their conversions — particularly on Facebook.
But the question remains: Do Facebook ads really work?
As of June 2018, Facebook as more than 2.20 billion active users worldwide, according to Zephoria Inc.It is clearly still the most popular social networking site on the planet. Be it for professional or personal use, the social media channel brings together a wide range of demographics in the consumer market.
Business Are Asking Themselves: Do Facebook Ads Work?
While the platform gives businesses the opportunity to reach a mass audience, some marketers say the channel is simply ‘pay to play’, and businesses up actually missing their target market.
Many businesses new to social media marketing doubt the power of Facebook ads. They continually debate on whether they would work for their market, service or product. Which is why you need to test the waters yourself before executing an ad campaign. Of course, having a professional marketing team at the helm helps too.
What Are Your Goals?
Do you want to…
- Drive relevant traffic to your site?
- Generate more leads?
- Encourage users to interact with your page?
- Secure more sales?
- Expand your brand’s reach?
No matter what you set out to achieve in a Facebook ad campaign, execution just may be the key to success. You may want to stick to running one ad at a time or experiment with multiple goals to understand what is fetching you the highest return on investment.
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Maybe you’re curious about the ads you’ve seen in your Facebook News Feed or are considering diversifying your digital marketing strategy to incorporate paid social. Or maybe (like most of our clients) you’re already dabbling in Facebook advertising.
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We’ll give you straight talk about Facebook advertising. And, the answer may surprise you.