There are many terms and acronyms specific to marketing and online advertising and you’ll need to know many of these terms when you start advertising on Facebook. Social Media Strategist, Megan Adams provides an overview of the most important ones and must-know advertising terms. Term include click-through rate (CTR), frequency and reach.
- [Voiceover] There are many terms and acronyms…specific to marketing and online advertising.…You'll need to know many of these terms…when you start advertising on Facebook.…Let's do an overview of some of the…most important ones to know.…Click are the total number of click actions on your ad.…Now, depending on what you're promoting,…this can include page likes, event responses,…or app installs.…CTR, or Click-Thru Rate,…refers to the number of clicks you recieve,…divided by the number of times an ad was shown on Facebook.…
The higher this number, the better your ad is performing.…Next we have CPM, or Cost Per 1000 Impressions.…This is the average cost you've paid…to have 1000 impressions on your ad,…and an impression is any time the advertisement…is shown on the screen.…But keep in mind an impression…doesn't guarantee the user saw it,…just that it appeared on their page.…This is the average Cost Per Click, or CPC.…For these ads, they're calculated as the amount spent,…divided by the number of clicks recieved.…
Even if you're paying for ads on a CPM basis,…
Social media strategist Megan Adams takes you through the basics: setting up an account, understanding ad structure, and using the Ads Manager tools. She shows you how to make critical placement and budget decisions wisely. Learn when to promote pages vs. individual posts, when to use photo ads vs. link ads, and whether to place ads in the desktop or mobile news feed, in the sidebar, Instagram, or other places in Facebook's advertising network. Megan also shows you how to run ad reports, so you can determine whether your ads are accomplishing your goals. Finally, leave with some tips for writing great ads, choosing effective images, and improving ad performance.
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- Understanding Facebook ad types
- Setting up an advertising account with Facebook
- Identifying and targeting your primary audience
- Choosing a budget
- Writing Facebook ads
- Boosting page posts
- Creating and scheduling reports
- Improving ad performance
- Understanding Facebook's ad policies