You spend ages putting together posts for Facebook and Twitter, but no one engages with you? Why is it some brands do well on social media while others don't?
Do you use Facebook advertising for your business or organisation? Or are you considering using Facebook advertising to counter the effect the new algorithm is having on organic reach? Well here's a few things you may not know about Facebook ads that could potentially offer you an even smarter way to advertise.
Everyone knows that Google provides a huge proportion of traffic to websites through its search facility and, in some more competitive industries, appearing on the first page of Google for your key search terms may be very difficult to do. Google AdWords provides a way for you to appear on the first page, alongside your competition. AdWords listings appear across the top (in the shaded box) and down the right hand side of the search results. If you look closely, you'll see the 'Ads' text at the top of these sections. The listings that appear here, although they look similar to the other listings, are actually paid advertisements. Advertisers are charged an amount every time someone clicks on one of these listings and visits their website.