Facebook Advertising

Facebook is the number one social media site for advertising

Facebook has over 2 billion users and 800 million likes or clicks every single day. It is considered a search engine, as well as a social networking site and has completely reshaped the way people connect, and the way businesses reach their target markets.

The level of connection businesses can make with their audience through Facebook and the generation of traffic and sales that advertising on Facebook can generate is out of this world.

These ads can help with multiple business goals like generating brand awareness and conversion of traffic and clicks to sales.

Facebook has 4 main different types of ads.

You choose your ad type based on your campaign goals for your business and which ones you think will deliver the most success and potentially convert your advertising into sales.

Photo Facebook ad

Whatever your business goals are, a photo ad on Facebook or Instagram is a great way to increase awareness of who you are and what you do. A photo ad gives you a clean, simple format to use with inspiring imagery and engaging copy.

Video Facebook ad

Businesses like yours are creating their own videos to reach customers on Facebook.

With video ads, you can give your business personality, show different features of a product or just let people know who you are and what you do.

Slideshow Facebook ad

Facebook slideshow ads are video-like ads that use motion, sound and text to tell your story beautifully across devices and at every connection speed. You can create a slideshow ad in minutes from desktop or mobile and use it to tell a story that develops over time. You can even create a slideshow ad out of stock images available in the ad creation process, or use an existing video – simple!

Facebook Lead ads

With Lead adverts, potential customers can sign up for what you’re offering, and you’ll get accurate contact info to follow up with them.
When potential customers see your advert on Facebook, they can sign up for more info or request something from your business – such as price estimates, newsletters, product demos, test drives and much more.