Targeting is one of the primary factors which cause your Facebook ads to succeed or fail.
Now, it goes without saying that the quality of your ad has a huge impact.
You must have a compelling headline, image, and description to catch your potential prospects’ attention as they’re scrolling through their busy News Feed.
But think about this…
After thousands of hours of critiquing the Facebook campaigns of our students here at Elite Marketing Pro…
I’ve seen over and over again what works and what doesn’t.
And while some students quickly start kicking butt with their ads, others struggle and don’t seem to grasp why they aren’t finding the same success.
Frankly, you start noticing predictable patterns when you’ve been doing this stuff long enough.
And I’ve identified five factors that make ALL the difference between being a successful affiliate and an unsuccessful affiliate on Facebook.
Now, you’re going to be kind of surprised, because it’s not going to be as simple as…
Have you ever asked yourself, “SELF! To build my network marketing business using social media, should I…
…use my personal Facebook profile?
…start a Facebook ‘Fan’ Page instead?
…skip those and use Facebook Groups?
…or do I need to use all of them at once?”
If so, then this post is for you!
Let’s face it, there are a LOT of opinions on the subject and different leaders use different strategies.
Some folks are wildly successful using Pages, while others leverage Groups extremely effectively.
So today, I’m going to tell you what’s worked for my business…
Are you taking advantage of Facebook’s latest advertising feature?
It’s brand spankin’ new, and it enables tons of possibilities for immediately connecting with your prospects.
We’re testing it out right now, here at Elite Marketing Pro, and I honestly think this is going to be a major way businesses will market in the future.
Facebook traffic is a fantastic way to grow your business, and there are plenty of tricks you can use to get more leads, more sales, cheaper likes, and cheaper clicks.
But to develop a solid foundation for building and advertising your business, you need to first understand the basic building blocks of Facebook ads.
Today’s topic is the four primary objectives (or types) of Facebook ads—how you can use them, how they are measured, and what kinds of content they’ll work best for.
It’s no secret that Facebook is, by far, the most popular social media platform in the world, which also means it’s your single largest opportunity to connect with hot prospects in your target market.
But, there’s a catch.
And here’s where most people go wrong…