Timely holidays are an excellent opportunity to launch a themed Facebook ad campaign, but so many businesses drop the ball when it comes to the ad creative of these campaigns. Either their ads are bland and forgettable, or their offer sucks, or the messaging of the ad is simply tone-deaf (think social media promotions that attempt to capitalize on celebrity deaths, for example). What is the best time to advertise on Facebook? The in-image copy makes sure the most important copy gets immediately seen + a CTA button hints people can click on the ad. Pipedrive’s SaaS Facebook ad also makes it easy to understand what product they’re selling – it’s made loud and clear in the ad image, main text, headline, and link description. (Look at it as an interesting use of repetitive yet efficient messaging.)
The upper copy is a little ambiguous. To me, the connection between “taking care of your needs” and operating an ecommerce business isn’t immediately obvious, but overall, this is another great example of how Facebook’s visual ads can fit well in users’ News Feeds, leverage aspirational messaging to great effect, and how brand continuity across multiple ads can be very compelling and effective. How do you track a Facebook URL?