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Why use Facebook ads?

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There are a number of benefits in using Facebook ads to market your business. It's a complicated platform and if you opt for self-management the tools available can seem overwhelming at times. Enlisting the help of a local expert in your area is ideal, such as if you live in WA a specialist Facebook Ads Agency in Perth will be able to help you generate revenue quickly. Even if you do have an agency managing your account it's still important to understand the benefits of the platform, these include:

How you can use Facebook ads to generate sales leads for your business

Lead generation is a strategy that many businesses adopt when their main objective is to build a database of potential customers and move them down the funnel into becoming paying customers. It starts by attracting them to your Facebook page, website or even an offline store through targeted advertising in the business manager interface. From here your customer can sign up for a sales lead or newsletter and from there you have permission to contact them regularly. In essence, Facebook is like any other website in that when content is posted it's followed by advertisements. These ads will be most relevant to the users who are viewing them; this results in more clicks and ultimately leads to businesses generating more leads.

Boost brand awareness

Facebook has become a platform for information-sharing and entertainment where any user can post news articles or even photos about anything online. This means more brand exposure because your potential customers have more chances to see you on Facebook. Also, advertising on this platform allows your business to be seen by a large group of users for a relatively low cost per click to get people's attention and expand your business exposure. Here's a guide on how much facebook ads cost.

Drive local traffic

Getting leads and engaging online audiences are not the only goals of using Facebook ads for marketing purposes. If you run a certain type of business or offer a particular service, there may be something that will work best for you. For instance, if your business is a local one, then using Facebook ads to drive traffic to your physical store might be the way to go. This can be easily done with advanced location and demographic targeting within your area to ensure the right people in the right location can view your business.

Customisation

The best thing about marketing on Facebook is that it offers a lot of flexibility when it comes to designing and organising campaigns. You can create unique ad sets for each product or service you are offering at the moment. That way, the audience will know what they can get from you in the near future. You can also create different ads for each product or service. This will ensure that you maximise the impact of your campaign and help you to achieve your objective sooner rather than later.

These are just some examples on how you can customize your own Facebook ad campaign by considering what works best for you and tailoring it accordingly!

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