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This course is designed to simplify the best practices of Facebook so you can understand how to reach and engage your audience and improve your chances of getting a positive reaction to your Facebook advertising campaigns.
Understand the art of Facebook advertising using proven, simple and effective techniques.
Knowing how to use Facebook advertising formats is an essential element of today's online marketing requirements.
In the course you will learn how to avoid 'fishing' for your customers and instead, create targeted and relevant ads. You'll hear from Digital Marketing experts, as well as benefiting from real life case studies including Banana Republic's effective use of Facebook 'Lookalike' Audiences
From understanding the basics, through to learning simple techniques, you will leave this course ready to engage potential customers on Facebook.
I designed this course to offer you an easy to follow, comprehensive guide to growing your business using Facebook. Facebook marketing is a topic that can be made complicated very quickly. This is why I have prepared slide presentations with a running commentary, so you can enjoy the visuals and explanations that go with them.
I hope you enjoy learning the basics, and I look forward to connecting with students who have any requirements or questions.
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What kind of content deserves to be in the news feed? Well, consider the brands that simply shout at you, posting irrelevant messages. Do you scroll past without thinking? Of course you do. In this lecture we'll address this issue and talk about the steps you need to take to create content worthy of the Facebook news feed.
How do we get people to remember things? In this lecture we look at the use of storytelling in audience engagement, from the origination of the 'sandwich' to a real life example of a brand tapping in to their audience to create a story.
In this real life example we'll look at how Roundabout Theatre Company made use of compelling visuals and copy to gain a six times increase in ticket sales directly from Facebook.
Another great way to engage your audience and tell stories across your campaigns is to use the carousel ad unit. The carousel ad unit allows you to use multiple images or videos across a single ad unit to showcaseyour brand, products, and/or services.
Learn how American Express used the Carousel ad format to promote their Premium Rewards Gold Card. In this example we take into account all creative aspects, subtle tactics and copy used.
Motorola India used the carousel ad format for the launch of their Moto X phone. Let's examine their colorful, playful images in their carousel ad unit to communicate the features of their phone.
Using high-quality visuals can help your brand be as interesting to your audience as the friends and family in their News Feed. Remember, you’re being seen alongside their experiences — your brand needs to be news feed friendly. Let's dive in and see what we mean by the 80/20 rule.
Delighted an online audience is about provoking different emotions, so that people will remember your message and brand. In this lecture we take a look at what's possible.
In this real life example we look at the Dove 'Legacy' campaign, which used very emotional and thought provoking short films to capture the attention of their audience online.
Knowing your audience means understanding who they are and what they need from you.For starters, it’s important to be aware of where they spend their time online and who they are seeking out for knowledge and insights related to your niche.
Understand why properly researching your ideal customer can help you to create the best and most relevant Facebook ads that will increase the chances of a response.
Your options for defining an audience by their interests have changed in the last year. In the early days of interests targeting, the interests you could choose were limited and usually on a high level, but now you're able to drill down into specific niche areas.
If you treat every potential customer as though they areessentially the same person, your Facebook ads are doomed to fail. Let's explore further and discuss the importance of recognising that your customers fall into all kinds of different categories. The good news is, Facebook is aware of this and we're able to drill down and target users in all kinds of ways.
Find out how Isabel reacted to a laundry detergent ad on Facebook and what the brand could have done to actually encourage her to become a real life customer. All it would have taken was a little more time and effort
from the brand instead of just blasting out a generic message.
Learn about the phenomenon known as 'banner blindness' and why this is resulting in businesses throwing their money away by failing to understand the need to create carefully planned and targeted Facebook
advertising for their customers and potential customers.
Facebook expert Amy Porterfield is a huge advocate of targeting other Facebook pages. Find out why this simple method is so effective and what questions you should be asking yourself to select the best pages.
One of the most basic ways of targeting potential customers on Facebook is by their 'interests'. After all, we find it hard to ignore ads that are focused on something we're genuinely interested in. In this lecture,we'll look at two very simple examples of targeting a potential customer via their interests.
In its infancy, advertising professionals claimed Facebook was a fun place to hang out but had no real commercial value or any potential for consumer insight. However, in 2013 Facebook starting partnering with data brokers such as Datalogix, and the way in which businesses could target customers on Facebook completely changed.
It's easier to sell to current customers than to look for new ones, and using Facebook 'custom' audiences can help strengthen your existing connections. If you have a customer list or data from your site, such as purchaser email addresses, you're ready to get started. Facebook will compare your data with theirs to help you find the customers you already know, for some targeted and relevant ad opportunities.
Learn some very basic techniques to using Facebook custom audiences, including retargeting website visitors who leave without making a purchase and encouraging your most loyal customers into referring a friend.
Understand how you can find more people who look like your current customers, visitors to your website or Page fans. Using Lookalike audiences is a great way of uncovering brand new customers who share the same online behaviours as your existing customers.
Find out how Banana Republic received a nearly four times return on its ad spend than other display advertising channels by using 'lookalike' audiences.
Life events offer Facebook users the opportunity to tell their story and share it with their friends. Life events also offer businesses the chance to target potential customers.
Think about how quickly Facebook users scroll through their news feed. You need something to make them stop
and engage..A great visual is far more likely to grab your target audience than plain text. Let's explore some of the basic principles of strong visuals within Facebook ads.
What are value propositions and why should you bother including them within your Facebook ads?
A real life Facebook case study explaining how Wayfair used Facebook's Carousel Ads.
The music streaming service teamed up with Marin Software on a series of carousel ads to encourage people to install its mobile app, cutting account signup costs by 50% and installation costs by 60%.
I'm a fully qualified ESL teacher living in Rome, Italy. I created 'English Made Simple' as a way to produce online english language courses for students accross the globe.
I'm also the founder of the small business podcast 'Breaking Biz' which interviews small business owners and reaches an audience of over 10,000 subscribers.
Before teaching English my professional background was in advertising and marketing where I specialised in Digital Media, helping clients with their overall strategy and digital output to increase revenue, customer satisfaction and brand awareness.
I hope you enjoy my courses, and I look forward to hearing your feedback.