Monthly Archives: August 2017

How to Split Test Facebook Ads

How to Split Test Facebook Ads

Facebook Ads are making business owners a LOT of money these days! If you’ve dabbled with Facebook Ads you’ll know that it’s not always as easy as setting one advert up and hoping for the best! To get the best results, we recommend testing and then testing some more! In this article we break down the best way to test and split test. In order to get the most out of your Facebook Ads, it is necessary to test, examine, and then optimize your ads. Spilt testing can assist you understanding who is responding, how they are responding and how to use this data. Benefits of Using Facebook Ads With […]

Video Marketing For Small Businesses – 10 Ways To Use It

Video Marketing For Small Businesses – 10 Ways To Use It

Video marketing for small businesses is not necessarily a new concept. However, with more sophisticated technology and more social media platforms that have sprouted in the last several years, the way we communicate to our audience has changed. With nearly 70% of internet users across the globe accessingsocial media sites regularly, video marketing indeed is the way forward when it comes to content and communication. Before the advancement in technology, the only way small businesses owners had of building a relationship with clients, was doing it in person. I’m a big advocate of relationship building, but there are more simple and convenient ways of doing it! Video marketing is an […]

Add A Tab To My Facebook Page

Add A Tab To My Facebook Page

Add A Tab To My Facebook Page I recorded this very easy to follow video on Add A Tab To My Facebook Page and it explains how to create and add new tabs onto your Facebook Business Page using the new(ish) layout! Using these tabs can help with showcasing your services, sending people to a Facebook Group you run, directing visitors if you’re an online store, share events and lots more. There are many options and the beauty is you can change these up each week or month if you need to. For example you may only run an event once a year, so wouldn’t have an events tab on […]