Lots of people want us to ‘fix’ their Facebook ads, which is no problem.
But others tell us that Facebook ads don’t work, and that’s not true. There are very, very few businesses Facebook ads won’t work for.
Why don’t my Facebook Ads work?
Have YOU dabbled in Facebook Ads but been left wondering why they don’t work for you the same way they seem to work for everyone else?
You’re not alone. There’s a sizeable number of people who have tried Facebook Ads without understanding how the targeting and optimisation works, and have come to the conclusion that Facebook Ads don’t offer a good Return on Investment. In fact, if set up correctly and as part of an informed strategy, they offer a GREAT Return On Investment.
There are over 1.23 billion daily users on Facebook every day. Your customers are definitely on there, it’s just a question of finding them.
Why do Facebook Ads work?
Facebook has accumulated a huge amount of data about its users so you can use this data to get your ads in front of your ideal clients/customers. Unlike other means of advertising, your Facebook ads can be focused so that you are only spending money on the right people.
Think about those estate agent letters you get through your door telling you they have clients waiting RIGHT NOW to pay you lots of money for your house. Now imagine if the estate agent could only put a letter through the doors of people they KNEW were interested in selling their house because of their behaviour on Facebook. Wouldn’t that be a more targeted use of their advertising budget?
You’ll know whether or not they are working fast – unlike an ad on TV or in a newspaper where you may realise 1 month later it didn’t work. You can be responsive to what is happening and adjust your strategy accordingly.
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One-third (32%) of Facebook users engage with brands regularly.
19% of time spent on mobile devices is on Facebook.
How do I get started with Facebook Ads?
Don’t know where to start with Facebook ads?
Running ads but finding they are going nowhere?
Need a quick introduction to Facebook Ads?
We can help.
Facebook have made it very easy to boost your posts on your business page, but actually without strategy and knowledge of Facebook marketing this can prove an expensive waste of time. Luckily, with the right knowledge and understanding of the data, a properly targeted Facebook Ad can be hugely lucrative.
Now you can speak to an expert for a concentrated amount of time instead of googling your problem and finding 10 different answers that you don’t understand. Through a Zoom session, you can share your screen and I will tailor bespoke advice on your specific problem.
Spend an hour with Cathy on your choice of Facebook Ad issue for £249 plus VAT for one person. Additional people on the call are charged at £50 plus VAT per person (please contact us to be invoiced for that).
For more regular support, why not look into our Digital Support packages?
Are your Facebook Ads working?
Sometimes businesses are not getting the results from Facebook Ads they want. They may already be using an agency, but they don’t understand enough about Facebook Ads to know if the account is being run in an optimum and strategic way. With temporary Ad Manager access I can look into your Ad account to see what is being done well and what is being done badly.
An Ad Manager audit will also look at your website and landing pages to assess the customer experience once they have been sent to those pages from an Ad. Many businesses don’t realise how much these pages matter when trying to get customer conversions from paid Social. Don’t be one of them.
Ad Manager audits from £347 plus VAT.
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Need a Done For You Facebook Ads service?
Advertising is now necessary on Facebook. The algorithm changes over the last couple of years have made it essentially a Pay to Play platform.
Facebook advertising can be a great way to target your ideal audience, but if you don’t know what you’re doing it can be a costly mistake.
You’re in good hands with Cathy. She has considerable experience in Facebook Advertising for a variety of clients and has undertaken advanced training courses to give her Facebook Ad knowledge that would challenge any agency in this country. For too long, UK businesses have had to use US or Australian ad agencies to get really good Return on Investment from Facebook Ads – no longer.
Your digital marketing ads need to be targeted to the potential customers who are most likely to visit your website, engage in some way with your content, or go one step further down the conversion route into quality leads. This needs to be done in a non-spammy way, using Facebook’s unique and detailed targeting choices.
If the product or service you are selling is more expensive we can build single or multiple funnels to support it.
Prices start from £600 plus VAT per month management fee, exclusive of Facebook Ad spend, and a set up fee of £350 plus VAT. There is a minimum contract of 3 months.
We will build a bespoke package for you depending on budget, audience and market niche. We recommend a minimum ad spend of £10 a day to achieve success; random small spending is not effective and we won’t be a good fit together if this is what you are after.
How does it work?
- Firstly we’ll get together on a quick discovery call to make sure we’ll work well together.
- Next, we’ll go through the onboarding process and I will take a careful look at your business, your Facebook channel and your advertising history and formulate a Facebook marketing strategy.
- I’ll make sure the Facebook Pixel is set up and working on your site to enable customer retargeting.
- I will create custom or lookalike audiences based on customer research.
- If a funnel is appropriate I will take care of the landing page and we’ll discuss how to incentivise your potential audience.
- I’ll create ad copy and test to find the best ones.
- I’ll monitor your ads frequently and provide a monthly report.
Facebook Training also available.
Enjoyment of video ads increases purchase intent by 97%. (Unruly)
Facebook will be hoovering up more than four-fifths (84%, £2.76bn) of the predicted £3.3bn that will be spent on social media networks in the UK this year.