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Meta Ads Results
The Advertising Formula

Where:

  • R(FB) represents the effectiveness of Facebook ads,
  • P(RA) denotes the probability of reaching the right audience,
  • CA  stands for Custom Audience segmentation effectiveness,
  • SF  signifies the sophistication of the sales funnel,
  • RT represents the efficiency of retargeting efforts, and
  • TO denotes the targeting optimization based on results.

Success Stories

goodamerican.com

Ad Spent: £16k

Sales Revenue: £1.7M

anthropologie.com

Ad Spent: £0.94k

Sales Revenue: £243.8k

everlane.com

Ad Spent: £10.4k

Sales Revenue: £1.16M

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Our Facebook Advertising Packages

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Budget Package
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Enterprise Package

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Facebook AD Requirements
1- Facebook Page
  • Why: Ads must be linked to a Facebook Page.
2- Ad Creative
  • Images/Videos: High-quality visuals that represent your business or product.
Types of Facebook Ads
1- Website Sales Ads
2- Whatsapp Messages Ads
3- Business Promotion Ads
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Basic Requirements & Process For Facebook Ads
  1. Facebook Business Manager Account

    • Why: To manage all your ad accounts, pages, and assets in one place.
    • How: Go to Facebook Business Manager and set up your account.
  2. Ad Account Setup

    • Why: To create, manage, and monitor your ads.
    • How: Within Business Manager, create an ad account and set up billing information.
  3. Facebook Page

    • Why: Ads must be linked to a Facebook Page.
    • How: If you don’t already have a business page, create one.
  4. Ad Objectives

    • Why: To define the goal of your campaign.
    • Common Objectives: Brand awareness, reach, traffic, engagement, app installs, video views, lead generation, messages, conversions, catalog sales, store traffic.
  5. Target Audience

    • Why: To reach the right people.
    • How: Define your audience based on location, age, gender, interests, behaviors, and more. Use Custom Audiences for retargeting and Lookalike Audiences for finding similar users.
  6. Ad Creative

    • Why: To capture attention and convey your message.
    • Elements:
      • Images/Videos: High-quality visuals that represent your brand.
      • Ad Copy: Compelling text with a clear call-to-action (CTA).
      • Headlines and Descriptions: Concise and engaging.
  7. Ad Placement

    • Why: To choose where your ads will appear.
    • Options: Facebook News Feed, Instagram Feed, Audience Network, Messenger, Stories, etc. Automatic placements are recommended for beginners.
  8. Budget and Schedule

    • Why: To control your ad spend and duration.
    • Types:
      • Daily Budget: The average amount you’re willing to spend per day.
      • Lifetime Budget: The total amount you’re willing to spend over the life of your ad set.
    • Schedule: Set start and end dates or run ads continuously.
  9. Ad Review and Approval

    • Why: Facebook reviews ads to ensure they meet their advertising policies.
    • Process: Submit your ad for review. Once approved, it will start running.

Step-by-Step Process

  1. Set Up Facebook Business Manager

  2. Create and Set Up Your Ad Account

    • In Business Manager, navigate to “Ad Accounts” and create a new ad account.
    • Enter your business and payment details.
  3. Create a Facebook Page (if you don’t have one)

    • Go to Facebook and create a new business page.
    • Fill out your business information, including profile and cover photos.
  4. Define Your Campaign Objective

    • In Ads Manager, click “Create” to start a new campaign.
    • Choose your campaign objective based on your goals (e.g., Traffic, Conversions).
  5. Define Your Target Audience

    • Set the demographics, interests, and behaviors that best match your ideal customer.
    • Use Custom Audiences to retarget past website visitors or email subscribers.
    • Create Lookalike Audiences based on your best customers.
  6. Design Your Ad Creative

    • Use high-quality images or videos that grab attention.
    • Write clear, concise, and compelling ad copy.
    • Include a strong CTA (e.g., “Shop Now”, “Sign Up”).
  7. Choose Your Ad Placements

    • Opt for automatic placements for broader reach.
    • Customize placements if you have specific preferences.
  8. Set Your Budget and Schedule

    • Decide on a daily or lifetime budget.
    • Set start and end dates or choose to run ads continuously.
  9. Review and Launch Your Ad

    • Double-check your ad settings, targeting, and creative.
    • Submit your ad for review.
    • Once approved, monitor its performance and make adjustments as needed.

Best Practices

  • A/B Testing: Test different ad creatives, audiences, and placements to see what works best.
  • Tracking and Analytics: Use Facebook Pixel to track conversions and measure the effectiveness of your ads.
  • Regular Monitoring: Keep an eye on your ad performance and optimize for better results.
  • Compliance: Ensure your ads comply with Facebook’s advertising policies to avoid disapprovals or bans.

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