In episode # 702, Eric and Neil discuss the 7 ways to get more engagement on your Facebook ads. Tune in to hear some cool tips and techniques.
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[00:27] Today’s Topic: 7 Simple Hacks to Get You The Most Engagement on Your Facebook Ads [00:40] 1: Hit the “Boost Post” button in Facebook and drive it as a message. [00:55] This is a way to develop Messenger subscribers. [01:07] 2: When developing a Facebook advertisement, they give new ads premiere positioning to evaluate its performance. [01:38] You will get premiere positioning and your cost per click will go down if you keep rotating your advertisements. [02:00] 3: Go for expense per engagement bidding. [02:05] Facebook is going to optimize for individuals who are apt to engage with your advertisement. [02:55] 4: Most visitors aren’t going to be purchasers. So, you should establish a remarketing advertisement for those individuals. [03:33] 5: Ask for engagement in the advertisement itself. [03:48] You can coax people into commenting, taste, etc. [04:04] 6: Make sure you are utilizing video ads. These drive the most conversions. [04:22] Do not forget to utilize CC’s on your videos, so individuals can view without noise. [04:50] 7: Run a contest. [05:10] If you over a free gift or contest, it will assist you get more engagement. [05:30] That’s all for today! [05:37] Go to Singlegrain.com/ Giveway for an unique marketing tool free gift! Leave some feedback:
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2: When producing a Facebook ad, they offer brand-new ads premiere positioning to evaluate its performance. If you keep rotating your advertisements, you will get premiere positioning and your expense per click will go down. Facebook is going to enhance for people who are apt to engage with your advertisement. You must set up a remarketing ad for those individuals. 5: Ask for engagement in the advertisement itself.