In the next section, you’ll be able to choose your budget, schedule your ads, and select an optimization method. You can choose a lifetime budget or a daily budget and you can either have your ads run indefinitely or be scheduled to start and end on certain dates. You can even choose to use dayparting, which allows you to run your ads only at certain times or on certain days of the week.
Here's an example of a boosted post from Bustle, who promoted one of its articles on Facebook. Paying to "boost" a post you already posted organically to your Facebook Business Page can greatly benefit content that has mass appeal -- versus a post that targets a specific segment of your audience. Bustle's choice of boosted post here falls into that first category. How Facebook Ad Costs Work and How to Keep Facebook Advertising Costs Low
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Free extra: The promise made in the Facebook ad’s headline says, “Free Paris Box with your Thailand Box!” If you were unsure about ordering the subscription before, now you’re almost convinced you’re getting a great bargain. When the online store 2BigFeet introduced free shipping for orders over $100, their conversions went up 50%. Free extras can be the right nudge to help people make the final decision to purchase the product. Install Your Facebook Pixel and Create Custom Conversions with Facebook Ads
This is the perfect Facebook ads example because it focuses on the impulse buy. When I saw this ad I originally thought it was an article and clicked on it. Something that pops in this ad is that certain words are written in ALL CAPS. Though some may not like all caps text, it really does capture attention. And truth is, if you’re presenting the right product or offer people will ignore the scammy appearance. The keywords that pop well in this ad is ‘CRAZY comfortable.’ Comfort is something many look for in a shoe so it’s an important keyword and crazy adds an emphasis on how comfortable it really is. And the emphasis on ‘elegant’ and ‘luxurious’ make you feel like you can be comfortable even when dressing up, which is rare, especially in women’s shoes. The picture is also interesting because it breaks down the components of the shoe. This is often found in ads for running shoes but not as common for women’s shoes like heels or in this case flats. Overall, the unique image and the all caps convinced me to stop scrolling and click. How do I track Google Analytics ads?