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Significant Components Of A Successful Facebook Marketing Campaign

Many organizations are learning that having a Facebook business page is essential. Facebook marketing campaigns have been successful for a growing number of businesses.

One of the keys to Facebook is using its advertising tools effectively and running multiple versions of your ad, each targeted at different segments of your audience. The social network’s user base is vast and taps into networks of every target market imaginable. The following are five important components to a successful Facebook marketing campaign.

Keep your Facebook marketing as unique as possible

The internet has become so crowded with competing websites, it is more important than ever before to stand out and not blend in with websites that are just like many other websites. Your Facebook business page needs to be innovative and offer colorful eye-catching images.

Focus on reaching your target audience

Facebook, unlike most other marketing channels, allows you to choose your audience’s characteristics with its Ad tool. You can use ads many different ways, including driving traffic to your website and encouraging followers to “like” your business page.

Make your campaign relevant to your audience

Since Facebook provides you with flexible tools for reaching a certain target audience, you can craft different versions of an ad in which each version is relevant to a specific audience. The ad tool will let you select the age, gender, location and lifestyle of your target audience.

Let Facebook recommend a budget for you

Facebook advertising is paid by marketers based on Cost per Impressions (CPM) or Cost per Click (CPC). Let Facebook know your marketing needs and seek their advice on a marketing campaign.

Pay attention to your Return on Investment (ROI)

The success of any advertising campaign is measured by ROI. If your campaign produced a profit then it was clearly a success. If your campaign produced no profit but increased sales volume then it may be considered a partial success. But if your campaign did not bring much new business and was not profitable, then it needs to be rethought. You may need to adjust your marketing strategy at times.

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Erica Miller is the Senior Marketing Coordinator at GMR Web Team, a full service digital marketing agency located in Tustin, CA. She joined the team shortly after graduation and has immersed herself in the marketing world. With everything from proofing content to strategizing marketing campaigns she has hit the ground running and is enjoying every bit of it.

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