Facebook is trying to make life easier for advertisers, allowing page administrators to create new posts from the site’s ad creator tool. As first noticed by aimClear, Facebook has also improved the targeting options for promoted posts.
Earlier this month, Facebook rolled out a feature allowing users to create repeat events, aimed at making it easier to duplicate details from past events if they were similar to those for new ones. Now, the social network is apparently testing the concept with its ad manager, allowing a select group of page administrators who manage multiple pages to create similar ads for their different accounts, including duplication of the targeting parameters.
Business owners: you don’t need to dump a bunch of money into a Facebook marketing campaign or pay top dollar for someone to handle your social media. If you’re smart, there are ways to reach more people through Facebook (and get them to buy your product) for cheaper than traditional methods. Experts who contributed to the “Facebook Ads: Can They Promote More Than Likes?” panel at the AllFacebook Marketing Conference in San Francisco Friday showed how their businesses helped companies get their message out and sell without breaking the bank.
It’s common knowledge that for success in Facebook marketing, you’ve got to reach out to your targeted demographic. But how do you find people within your demographic? Marketing guru and AimClear CEO Marty Weintraub, who has spoken all over the country, shared his views on growing your target demographic at the AllFacebook Marketing Conference, Thursday in San Francisco.
Looking for ways to make money through your Facebook presence? Maybe you’ve only dipped your toe into the water, but want to see how Facebook can help your business? You might want to check out the AllFacebook Marketing Conference, coming to San Francisco this Thursday and Friday. AllFacebook has brought together some of the world’s experts in social marketing for this two-day symposium, and passes are still available.