How To Increase Facebook Engagement With Proven Social Media Marketing Techniques
With some paid traffic training, in just two days I got hundreds of Facebook engagements: likes, shares and, post clicks on my Facebook fan page:
The stats above are peaked when my ads were running then; they go down once I turn the ad off.
With Facebook Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising it is now easier to market yourself on the internet but you have to know how to do it. Those looking to utilize PPC methods, or even looking to outsource PPC marketing, on the wider internet may want to make use of services like those available on Growmeo. Many have struggled with Facebook Engagement in their advertising, this why I am writing this post to share the insights I have gained. Also, I am assuming that you already have a Facebook Fan Page aside from your regular profile page. This is important because, you want this to be about your brand and, focused on your business. You also want to ensure that you have proper protection against false clicks – ones that waste your money by having a computer click your links repeatedly, draining your marketing budget. Thankfully it’s easy to look online for terms like “best click guardian alternative” to find ways to protect your ad campaign by having the link detect when these are fraudulent. Back on track, though, there are a lot of different agencies available to you if you are interested in running ads. A pay per click advertising agency like KlientBoost could help you to achieve this too, but for now, let’s concentrate on Facebook’s PPC
Location Targeting: Online or Offline?
To be successful using Facebook PPC there are different techniques, depending on if your business is based online or offline. If you’re a physical business with an actual storefront then, you’ll want to focus your ads on a specific area, preferably within a certain mile radius of your store. Also, you’ll only want that to be around 100,000 people. But, if you’re an online business with an online storefront then, location doesn’t really matter. You still wouldn’t want to have too broad a focus though. So, how do we narrow our focus when it comes to advertising on Facebook?