The ad for the Heal app above hits the mark on almost every level. The copy above the visual immediately explains what Heal is, while the image itself reassures the viewer with a combination of a friendly, approachable image (featuring a smiling doctor wearing a branded Heal lab coat), and an unmissable trust signal from a household name right in the middle. Shopify Facebook Ads Conversion Tracking - Set-Up Facebook Pixel on Shopify Website
This photo ad by the The New York Times is driving traffic to a written article with an intriguing illustration. The drawing literally depicts the article's ideal audience -- millennials. For young readers who are even a little interested in health and fitness, this cartoon (along with the enticing headline) pokes just enough fun at them to get their attention. How To Track Social Ads In Google Analytics
The ad copy pokes fun at other grooming product companies while implying Dollar Shave Club’s progressive attitude in the first two sentences, immediately setting itself apart from companies like Gillette, which have begun to eat into Dollar Shave Club’s dominance of the grooming products sector with gender-specific products that strongly conform to typical norms (the “pink” razors the ad makes fun of). Facebook Offline Conversions: The COMPLETE Guide
Eye-catching image. I don’t know about you, but my thumbs slow down for cute dogs when I’m scrolling through my Facebook feed. This friendly, sleepy dog has nothing to do with the software for sale, but it makes me curious. I might even click on it. Note: there’s a fine line between using cute images of puppies to express the mood of your brand and misleading viewers with clickbait. DON’T do the latter. How do I track Google Analytics ads?