Build A Targeted Audience Utilizing Facebook
Facebook is giving us the opportunity to pick and choose our targeted audience so that you can find your perfect prospects, followers, and clients for your business.
No matter what kind of business you are running, you can use Facebook to build your clientele faster and cheaper.
If you look around, you will find that a significant percentage of the top marketers and business owners are using Facebook as an advertising tool. It is a powerful tool to have in your toolbox.
Facebook advertising can make your entire marketing process a whole lot easier.
In fact, Facebook can turbocharge all of your efforts on growing your business, building an email list, driving traffic to your website or any site in a long-term.
If you’re serious about experiencing long-term success, you just cannot afford to ignore Facebook.
Here is why:
If your conversion is 10%, you will lose the 90% of your business if you are not using Facebook to re-target your lost prospects.
As of today we have 14 Objectives to choose from to help build our businesses faster.
In this post, we’ll concentrate on “Send people to your website”
- If you are a blogger you can use your blog.
- If you are promoting affiliate products you can use your Landing Page
Reaching out to new consumers and generating new leads is great, but what if you can bring back the people who are interested enough to click on your offer just not quite ready yet to make a purchase. This is where Facebook comes to play.
Re-targeting lost consumers.
A consumer who looks at your product or service, but doesn’t buy anything doesn’t have to be a lost cause. You can bring that customer back to your site by using the re-targeting code on your website.
Learn how to create your Facebook Pixel here.
Once you have the pixel all you need to do is copy it from Facebook and paste it to your website. Some WordPress Themes have the option for the Facebook Pixel available, if not you will need to install a plugin “Facebook Conversion Pixel Plugin” that will allow you to paste your pixel in place.
Now that you have everything in place your prospects will see your offer everywhere they go. But let’s make sure that you have the pixel installed properly on your website.
How do you check if you have Facebook Pixel on your website?
There is a free tool available on Chrome Store called Facebook Pixel Helper .
When you install the Facebook Pixel Helper it will show up on the top right corner of your browser. As soon as you paste the pixel on your site you will see number 1 in green. That means you have one pixel on your website.
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