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  1. 1. Social Media for Business – Starts October 5th Top Social Media Experts including…. Great topics like…. Social Media Strategy Social Community Management Twitter Tricks & Tips Online Reputation Management Social Video Marketing LinkedIn Strategies for Growthwww.instantetraining.com/online-marketing-workshop/social-media-training www.instantetraining.com
  2. 2. Facebook Ad Optimization: Strategies & Tactics Brian Carter @BrianCarter www.instantetraining.com
  3. 3. Instant E-Training Member’s Area Workshop videos will be housed under this tab. We plan to upload recordings between 4-6 hours after the session ends.Pre-reading Materialsbefore every session. www.instantetraining.com
  4. 4. Agenda:Facebook Ads: Strategies & Tactics (In US EDT - Eastern): - Brian Carter•11.55 am – 12 PM – Introduction•12 pm – 12:40 pm – Presentation - Brian Carter•12:45 – 1 pm – Q&A with Brian CarterAds Targeting - Hands-On Workshop: Bob•1.05 pm - 1.25 pm - Walkthrough of Tools•1.25 pm - 1.30 pm - Q&A www.instantetraining.com
  5. 5. Meet Brian Carter • Recognized authority with over 12 years of Google & Facebook marketing • CEO of FanReach.net, Facebook Program • Author of two soon-to-be-released books • Speaks globally & cited by all major publications (did we mention that he loves stand up comedy) www.instantetraining.com
  6. 6. Facebook Ad Optimization: Strategies & Tactics Brian Carter @BrianCarter www.instantetraining.com
  8. 8. Facebook is Huge • 750 Million Users • More than 150 Million in the U.S. alone • Only India and China have larger populations than Facebook • All age groups are well represented@briancarter www.likeonomics.or
  9. 9. Facebook gets morepage views than Google
  10. 10. Businesses areexpected to spendmore than $2 - $4 billion dollars on Facebook Ads in 2011.
  11. 11. The Gold Rush For Fans Some companies are paying to acquire 100,000’s of fans.@briancarter www.likeonomics.or
  12. 12. Paying For Likes They pay up to $2.00 per fan.@briancarter www.likeonomics.or
  13. 13. Paying For Likes More viral than email, fans may be worth 2-3x the value of an email subscriber.@briancarter www.likeonomics.or
  14. 14. The Most Powerful Prospect-Targeting Opportunity in History • Never before in history has the average business had the power to target this many people this specifically • 730+ Million Users • Target by demographic, location and likes@briancarter www.likeonomics.or
  15. 15. Likes Decrease Costs When more people Like your ads, the cost of these ads decreases@briancarter www.likeonomics.org
  16. 16. Likes Capture Prospects “Ad Likes” capture prospects@briancarter www.likeonomics.org
  17. 17. FACEBOOK ROI
  18. 18. Facebook Profits: FanReach Case Studies Baseball Roses • 473% ROI • 4.35% Conversion Rate Note: we do not have enough data to know if these results are typical.
  19. 19. Facebook Profits: FanReach Case Studies Rosehall Kennel • 6500% ROI • Started getting sales with less than 500 fans after spending less than $100 Note: we do not have enough data to know if these results are typical.
  20. 20. Facebook Conversion Rates with FanReach Facebook conversion rates are good Note: we do not have enough data to know if these results are typical.
  22. 22. Prospect Path Fan  PurchaseFan  Blog/AdSense Fan  Affiliate Ad  Email Ad  Purchase
  23. 23. Fan -> Purchase Path
  24. 24. Fan -> AdSense Path
  25. 25. Fan -> Affiliate Paths Click Affiliate Link
  26. 26. Ad ->Email Monetization Path
  27. 27. Ad -> Purchase Monetization Path
  29. 29. An average of 7% - 16% of fans seedaily posts from a page they’ve likedHOW MANY ARE VISIBLE TO 50%OR MORE OF THEIR FANS?
  30. 30. Many pages average 0.1% to 0.6%HOW MANY HAVE AN AVERAGEFEEDBACK RATE OVER 1.0%
  32. 32. AdWords vs Facebookfinds people via finds people via Keywords Likes (Interests)
  33. 33. AdWords vs FacebookDemographic Demographic Targeting is Targeting is Limited Accurate
  34. 34. How Different Are Facebook Ads? Facebook AdwordsInterests (Likes) Yes NoIntent (Searches) No YesLocation Yes YesAge & Gender Yes NoMarital Status Yes NoWorkplace Yes NoEducation Yes No
  35. 35. Facebook AdWords vs Facebook Search
  36. 36. Search vs.Facebook Facebook can help you reach more prospects and change the minds of prospects higher up in the funnel
  37. 37. Search vs.Facebook Low Hanging Fruit
  38. 38. Search vs.Facebook Owning & Influencing Your Audience
  39. 39. You canown your audience on Facebook
  40. 40. 3 Marketing Methods Biggest Profits!!! Increasing ROI
  41. 41. The Facebook Fan Opportunity
  42. 42. F1000 (NDA)• Outdoor Industry Ecommerce• 260,000 fans in 3 months• 62% of fans were from word of mouth• 99,122 fans directly from paid ads• Total ad cost of $13,758.22• Cost per paid fan = $0.14• Cost per fan all fans = $0.053
  43. 43. Some of Our Case StudiesNiche Cost Per Fan Fans Grown Feedback %Vacation Rental $0.25 5,500 2.0%Boxing $0.003 13,300 1.5%Pet Supplies $0.10 9,000 1.5%E-tail Outdoors $0.09 2,400 1.1%Automotive $0.07 1,900 0.75%Parenting $0.05 95,000 0.5%*Civic/Political $0.03 6,100 2.0%The goal here was to get clicks to the site more than likes or comments.
  45. 45. The Best Fans Are… CTR ROI CPC CR
  46. 46. Facebook Ad Targeting Methods
  47. 47. 1. Demographic Targeting
  48. 48. 2. Psychographic Targeting
  49. 49. 3. Geographic Targeting
  50. 50. Facebook Advertising Process
  51. 51. DEMOGRAPHICSnot just for traditional marketing anymore
  52. 52. DEMOGRAPHICS clues.yahoo.com alexa.com “audience” quantcast.com compete.com (paid)
  53. 53. REAL?
  54. 54. This is better. Get 3-5 of these.
  55. 55. Meet Customers = Real People
  56. 56. Spy On TheirProfiles!
  57. 57. Some Facebook Niche Sizes
  58. 58. Interests: Most Unique Thing
  59. 59. Education & Workplace
  60. 60. Even Sexual Orientation
  61. 61. Low cost per click comes from High click through rate and Low to moderatebidding competition in target
  62. 62. Facebook Ad Metrics Research • Social impression % does not necessarily correlate to higher action rates • Don’t be wooed away from other factors in creating ads
  63. 63. CREATE: Consistency --> CTR
  64. 64. Consistent = No-Brainer
  65. 65. Consistent = No-Brainer
  66. 66. 90% of Cheap Fans Come From… This here little LAHK button
  68. 68. No-Brainer Ad Copy FORMULAS Click Like if you love <interest>!
  69. 69. No-Brainer Ad Copy FORMULAS Do you love<interest>? ThenClick Like below now!
  70. 70. Brick Could Do Facebook Ads
  71. 71. Pricing/Bidding
  72. 72. Faces Because…
  73. 73. Happy Because…
  74. 74. On the next slide you haveTHREE SECONDS TO CHOOSE YOURFAVORITE IMAGE
  75. 75. QUICK which baby is BEST?
  76. 76. Upward chart depicting the increasing number of upward charts used in Facebook ads. LOTS
  77. 77. Headline/Page Name Problems?
  79. 79. Advertising Process: Optimize CPF
  80. 80. Advertising Process: Optimize CPF Cost Per Fan = Spent / Connections
  81. 81. Advertising Process: Optimize OPTIMIZE Use the responder demographic report to find the groups with the highest CTR (click on the CTR column twice so that the highest CTR groups are at the top)
  82. 82. Facebook Ad CTR4% 3%3%3%2%2%1%1% 0.30% 0.10% 0.05%0% Awesome Great Good Amateur
  83. 83. Facebook Ad CPC$1.20$1.00$0.80$0.60$0.40$0.20 $- Amateur Good Great
  84. 84. Facebook Ad CPF$2.50$2.00$1.50$1.00$0.50 $- Great Good Amateur
  85. 85. Webtrends Says The Average Company Gets Fans For $1.07 EachComments: Go back to my slide about amateur performance vs. best practice
  86. 86. Facebook Ad Burnout• Over time, the same ad will be less interesting to an audience• CTR decreases and CPC increases
  87. 87. How To Fight “Ad Burnout”Change up the imageRewrite the copyCreate a promotion or somethingnewsy to tell them aboutPause the ad for a few weeks and thenrun it again
  88. 88. Not Granular Enough: $4.15 per fanComments: This is one of my first Facebook ad campaigns ever, and a great example ofhow not to do it. Notice how different the targets are from one another and how thead copy doesn’t mention them at all. This ad makes the mistake of assuming you careabout what I’m promoting, and has no call to action at all, thus the low CTR and highCPC.
  89. 89. 3,599 fans for $76.09 … 2 cents per fanComments: Slightly more than 2 cents per fan. Check out the clever use of “loooove”to grab attention and emphasize the passion. Keep in mind, though, this ad may be aviolation of trademark, so watch out for that and don’t use other people’s trademarksor you’ll be at legal risk and Facebook can even shut your account down.
  90. 90. 1,118 fans for $36.13… 3 cents per fanComments: A little over 3 cents per fan. Part of the key to high CTR is the right image.With horses, it’s not easy to get the whole horse into a 110x80 image and still seemuch. For viewers to connect emotionally with the image, they have to be able to seeit, so only the head is shown here, and this is a nice, friendly looking horse.
  91. 91. 753 fans for $12.23 … 1.6 cents per fanComments: Another ad questionable in terms of using someone else’s likeness. Thetwo advertising guidelines that apply are:• 4b. Ads must clearly represent the company, product, or brand that is being advertised.• 5a. Ads must not be false, misleading, fraudulent, or deceptive.• 12a. Ads cannot include any content that infringes upon the rights of any third party, including copyright, trademark, privacy, publicity or other personal or proprietary right.
  92. 92. 30 cents per fanComments: Here’s an ad that doesn’t violate the guidelines but manages to get 30cent fans. For an odd target like this, that’s actually pretty good.
  93. 93. 25 cents per fan
  94. 94. More ads from Corey McNeilComments: Corey is an expert SEOand a FanReach student who hasstudied the heck out of ourmaterial, and we talk about hisresults in a lot of our videos andcourses.He only shows CPC here but you canestimate cost per fan from theaction:click ratio here… respectively6 cents, 20 cents, 75 cents and 90cents.See how the cheapest cost per fan isthe simplest ad? NO BRAINERmarketing, buddy!
  95. 95. 458 Fans for $24.34 = 4.5 Cents Per FanMark’s business works great on Facebook and poorly with AdWords. This is becausehis product is a hybrid of two or three interests… people who love baseball or softballand the people who want to give roses to them. Baseball plus romance. AdWords isbuilt to harvest people with specific popular interests- only a fraction of those who likethose sports ALSO want to give roses. Only a fraction of those who want to give roseslike those sports. That leads to a bad CTR and low quality score in AdWords and a highCPC. But in Facebook, Mark can cheaply gather people who like all of those things andthen market to them repeatedly on the fan page, and it works - he gets a 473% ROI onhis fan acqusition ad spend.
  96. 96. B2B Facebook Fan AcquisitionIf you slicing and dicing doesn’t get you cheap fans, goextremely general. Less competition there.
  97. 97. B2B Facebook Fan AcquisitionYou still need to think about your B2B peopleand what their goals and dreams are. Pumpthese up in the image and ad copy to increaseCTR.
  98. 98. 25 Cents Per Group Member
  99. 99. If we have time…
  100. 100. PART dos: Post LIKE Tips from bears
  101. 101. The PROBLEM?
  102. 102. Increase Feedback Rate GOAL: 1.0% or higher Feedback rate per post
  103. 103. Ask for More Likes and Comments Ha Ha… Duh!
  104. 104. Post Formulas"Click Like if…" and keep the secondpart simple, make sure it’s somethingmost of your fans will like.
  105. 105. Post FormulasTo get Comments, ask a question orsay, "Tell me in the Commentsbelow…" followed by whatever youwant to know
  106. 106. Posts Based on Demos/InterestsPonies (photo of pony): "Click Like if you love ponies!Whats your favorite thing about them?"
  107. 107. B2B Question"What’s your biggest goal this year in internet marketing? Comment below!”
  108. 108. How To Have It All“CLICK LIKE if you think the Heat can SWEEPDallas or COMMENT as to why the Mavericks willmake this a series.”- SportscenterThe formula is:“Click Like if you think [one thing] or Comment asto why you think [the opposite]”
  109. 109. Sell The Dream
  110. 110. How To Figure Out Your Customer’s DreamWhat kind of ideal lifeor business situationdo these benefits leadthe customer toward?
  111. 111. Selling The Dream
  112. 112. Selling The Dream
  113. 113. Selling The Dream
  114. 114. Selling The Dream
  116. 116. How To Figure Out Your Customer’s DreamWhich of the 9 things people dream about do you help people with?
  117. 117. LUXURY
  118. 118. AWE
  119. 119. OPTIONS
  120. 120. CONNECTION
  121. 121. FREEDOM
  122. 122. BELONGING
  123. 123. FUN
  124. 124. LOVE
  125. 125. RELAXATION
  126. 126. How To Figure Out Your Customer’s DreamHow are these dreams different for each of your 3-5 customer types?
  127. 127. Write Lots of WordsDescribe in as much detail as possible what thefulfillment of these dreams looks like for people.
  128. 128. Image Brainstorming
  129. 129. Sell That DreamNow talk toyour fansabout thosedreamswhile askingfor likes andcomments!