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Facebook Advertising Presentation

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Tips and trends for the ever-changing Facebook.

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Facebook Advertising Presentation

  1. 1. Tips and Trends for the Ever-Changing Facebook
  2. 2. Facebook Overall • Determine your Facebook goals o Facebook is a marketing tool o How do you want this tool to work for you? Brand Recognition? Sell more tickets? Promote an event? Interact with customers? o Do your goals align with your mission? • Example: o VisitPITTSBURGH Mission (in short): to promote Pittsburgh as a travel destination to business and leisure travelers o VisitPITTSBURGH Facebook Mission: to inspire potential visitors and engage existing visitors by creating content that interests them
  3. 3. Facebook Insights • Know your audience o Does your audience reflect your target audience?
  4. 4. Facebook Throttling • Most of your fans won’t see most of what you post on Facebook. (on average, only 6 percent will see your content in their newsfeeds). • Much of what they do see won’t be clicked, liked, commented on or shared • The average Facebook user has 330 friends; 15% of FB users have more than 500 friends • An average user likes 40 pages • Each day 4.7 billion posts are shared • There are between 1500 and 15,000 pieces of content that Facebook could show you each time you log in.
  5. 5. Reach • Reach: the number of people to whom your posts will be exposed o Similar to print readership and web impressions in traditional advertising o It may appear in people’s feed, but they may not react to it • Organic Reach vs. Paid Reach o Organic reach: people to whom your ad extends via a like, share or comment notification that a person’s friend makes o Paid reach: people who are served your post because they meet the criteria of the target audience that you identify
  6. 6. Your Audience Your Organization
  7. 7. How to Reach Organically • Post good content • Post to the interests of the audience, not your needs • Post content that inspires • Use photos that pass the “scroll test” • Post frequency and timing: max of once per day, afternoon is best • Post content that is likely to spur conversations. Ask open ended questions to spark feedback • Watch your Facebook Insights • Engagement = (Likes+Comments+Shares)/people reached. • Try to target 10% engagement with your posts. As engagement increases, so does your reach.
  8. 8. Reach vs. Engagement
  9. 9. Facebook: Learn what works Period: May 20 – June 17, 2015
  10. 10. Facebook: Learn what doesn’t work
  11. 11. Facebook Advertising • Boost Posts o Boost a post when you see a quick/immediate (within 24 hours) flurry of high engagement. You’re giving your audience information that they want to hear. o Boost post when you have a important information that you want your audience to hear. Caution: don’t do this all the time. Otherwise, you are forcing your message on to an audience that doesn’t want to hear it. Use ads more often. • Ads o Ads you see in your personal feed as sponsored posts. o Instances where ads are useful and relevant o Build your fan base with specific targeted audience o Send a specific target audience to your website o Message a specific target audience in your fan base o Engage target audience users with your app
  12. 12. Facebook Advertising
  13. 13. Custom Audiences
  14. 14. Custom Audiences
  15. 15. Custom Audiences
  16. 16. Custom Audiences
  17. 17. Facebook Advertising Ex. Deutschtown Festival
  18. 18. Ex. Deutschtown Festival Facebook Advertising
  19. 19. Facebook Advertising
  20. 20. Facebook Advertising Ex. Deutschtown Festival
  21. 21. Facebook Advertising
  22. 22. Facebook Retargeting • Facebook provides you with a pixel or code to be placed on your website by your web development team • Retarget those people who have visited your site in the last X days • Retarget people who have visited a specific page on your site • Example: VP retargeting people who visit the Kidsburgh page • Pixel is the same for every page, but you can have FB track specific pages
  23. 23. Conversion Tracking • Track the people that not only click on your ad, but go all the way through and complete a transaction (whether it be to purchase and item, register for an event, register for contest etc.) • These Conversion Tracking pixels need to be placed on the thank you pages by your web developers. Since that is the very last step, you now have captured that data from FB.
  24. 24. Conversion Tracking
  25. 25. Creating the Ad
  26. 26. Monitor your Ad
  27. 27. More Info • Facebook.com/blueprint • Advertiser support
  28. 28. Questions?

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