On this episode, I talk about establishing a state of FLOW in the creative part of your Facebook Ads campaign. Facebook advertising is half media buying and half creative. You need to be strong in both areas in order to really crack the nut.
I a lot of the tips covered in this episode applies to fully cataloged stores i.e. stores with 50+ SKUs. But if you have just a few SKUs in your store, you will still learn a tonne.
#Video at the Top
#Images at the Top
#Pre-select a range of products for canvas ads
3:52 How to establish Flow with your creatives on Facebook Advertising?
4:30 Media bind aspect which involves your audience targeting, your bids, budget, and strategies
7:31 Facebook is not a silver bullet
8:07 You need to think about what your strategy outside of Facebook looks like
9:10 The objective of your video is to get people to understand your product called a pitch video
10:23 Stories now is the fastest going placements in Facebook and Instagram
14:50 Dynamic product ad – a collection format that has cards
16:19 In every ad sets, you need to test variations
16:37 You should have a minimum of three creatives in your ad
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