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Views:2145|Rating:4.82|View Time:4:2Minutes|Likes:55|Dislikes:2 When it comes to marketing your business online there are no shortage of options available. You can do PPC, SEO, SEM, SMM, CRO, or go “Whole Hog” and do-em-all! And to add to the noise and confusion for every option there are at least a dozen pros and a dozen cons muddying up the water and making a clear decision seem like an impossible task. So it’s no surprise then that one of the most amazing advertising tools available today is still underappreciated and underutilized. And that tool would be… Facebook Ads. Which is why on today’s episode we’re answering the question once and for all, are Facebook ads worth it?
(PPC=Pay Per Click, SEO= Search Engine Optimization, SEM=Search Engine Marketing, SMM=Social Media Marketing, CRO=Conversion Rate Optimization)
Do Facebook Ads Work?
Yes, Facebook ads work. And they work incredibly well. But like most things the devils in the details and for something to work, it needs to be done right. Which means not just simply slapping up an ad, pressing go, and waiting for the dollars to start rolling in. Rather, it means carefully analyzing your target market. Creating a unique and compelling offer. Presenting it in a way that captures attention, piques interest, and inspires action. And doing this all in a fraction of a second as someone is quickly scrolling through their newsfeed. Creating high converting and return on investment deliver Facebook Ads is part art. Part science. But 100% marketing strategy. And at the end of the day when done right Facebook Ads work incredibly well and allow you to reach more people than TV, radio, and newspapers, for a tiny fraction of the cost.
Will Facebook Ads Work For Your Business?
At the end of the day it doesn’t really matter whether you’re in a business to business (B2B) market or a business to consumer (B2C) market, because who you’re really trying to do business with isn’t a company, but another person. And people use Facebook. For this reason, with very, very few exceptions, perhaps limited to Government contracts or markets with only a few key buyers, Facebook Ads will work for your business, no matter what business you’re in. If you have a product or service that people want, Facebook Ads will help you get more message in front of more of them. Plain and simple. The only way Facebook Ads won’t work for your business is if you’re in a business selling something that nobody wants.
Should You Use Facebook Ads In Your Business?
This is perhaps the most important question of all. Because if Facebook Ads work (and when used correctly they work for 99% of businesses) then the real key is figuring out how to use them in your business for maximum impact. Facebook Ads in and of themselves aren’t overly technical or complicated but just like with any other marketing tool available today, the key to success should always be strategy first, tactics second. So start with a simple, targeted and well thought out offer and go from there. Facebook Ads are a learning experience in and of themselves but the results and potential rewards are well worth the initial effort!
Views:525755|Rating:4.19|View Time:3:25Minutes|Likes:1086|Dislikes:210 How to Block Ads in Google Chrome?
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1. Open Google chrome browser on your computer.
2. Visit the Chrome Web store.
3. Search for “Adblock” on the search bar.
4. Find “Adblock” from the results and click on the “+free” button on the right side.
5. Click on “add” from the window that pops up.
6. Now, Visit any website on your Google chrome browser.
7. As you can see, the ads has been blocked by Adblock plus.
8. You can disable Adblock plus on a specific website by clicking on the Adblock icon in the top right hand corner of the browser.
9. This is how you can Block Ads on Google Chrome.
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From Warner Bros. Pictures and director James Wan comes an action-packed adventure that spans the vast, visually breathtaking underwater world of the seven seas, “Aquaman,” starring Jason Momoa in the title role. The film reveals the origin story of half-human, half-Atlantean Arthur Curry and takes him on the journey of his lifetime—one that will not only force him to face who he really is, but to discover if he is worthy of who he was born to be…a king.
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Views:555|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:44Minutes|Likes:2|Dislikes:0 We cannot overlook the rise of influencer marketing. Whether they’re huge celebrities or micro-influencer bloggers, the use of influencers to talk about, promote, and openly endorse brands and products is growing.
In the early years of social and digital, it was pretty much a free-for-all with respect to getting influencers to promote your brand. Sometimes they’d be pretty open about receiving some free products and being asked to review those products online, but very few ever disclosed that they were getting paid to promote a product or endorse a brand.
And then came the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s “guidelines” to help both the influencers and the brands to understand not just when, but how they should disclose their mutually beneficial exchange relationships. The FTC rules are pretty simple: if influencers receive anything of value, they need to disclose it to their audiences in a “clear and conspicuous” manner. No hiding behind ambiguous hashtags or small print hidden in the background of a video.
When it comes to endorsing products, if influencers receive value from the brand, they need to let us know clearly and conspicuously.
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