LinkedIn Ads Best Practices

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Best practices for optimizing your LinkedIn Ads Campaigns.

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LinkedIn Ads Best Practices

  1. 1. Ads Best Practices ✓ Determine exactly who you are trying to target ✓ Create multiple ad variations for each campaignIf you have multiple target audiences, separate them into different “buckets” Use 2-3 active ad variations per campaign to show variety to your audienceand create campaigns tailored to reach each specific audience. while also allowing you to see which strategy is most successful (A/B testing). ✓ Create focused targeting criteria ✓ Address your audience directlyWhen creating campaigns, use only a few targeting options at a time. Most Grab their attention by calling out to your audience in the headline (e.g.,successful campaigns have an audience range between 60K - 400K. “Attn: High-Tech Managers” or “Are You an IT Director?”).Suggestions for types of campaigns:• Target by Geography/Industry/Seniority (e.g., UK/High-Tech/Manager)• Target by Geography/Specific Skills (e.g., France/PPC, SEM) ✓ Keep your ads and targeting relevant Our system serves relevant ads more often and limits ads that rarely get clicks.• Target by Geography/Type of LinkedIn Group (e.g., AUS/Recruiting, HR) ✓ Set an aggressive maximum bid ✓ Turn off low-performing adsGive your campaigns a higher chance of success by ensuring that you have a Active ads with a low CTR can weigh down a campaign and lead to a dropcompetitive bid. in impressions. ✓ Always include an image ✓ Minor changes can have a big impactClear, bright images of business professionals make your ads more personal Even simple changes, such as adjusting targeting, raising bids, andand appealing to potential clients. refreshing/creating ad variations, can increase your performance. ✓ Use a strong call to action Frequently Asked Questions: http://partner.linkedin.com/ads/faqs Best Practices: http://partner.linkedin.com/ads/bestpractices Improve Your Performance: http://partner.linkedin.com/ads/bestpractices/track.htmlAds with a strong call to action, such as “Register Now!” or “Sign-up Today!”, Skills & Expertise Research: http://www.linkedin.com/skillsperform better.

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