Huntington Beach Facebook Ads by Evergreen Marketing Solutions
Everybody is on Facebook now. With over 2 billion users worldwide it is one of the best way to connect with people all over the country, or all over the world.
And, it’s one of the best ways to connect with customers and clients.
However, it’s also one of the hardest. Paying for Facebook Ads is easy, but getting a positive return is hard.
That’s where we come in. Evergreen Marketing Solutions is Huntington Beach’s best Facebook ad agency.
We have experience running Facebook ads for businesses large and small. From dropshipping sites, to local businesses, to companies with nationwide distribution, nothing is out of our reach.
From ad creatives like copy, photos, and video, to strategic ad budgeting and audience research, Evergreen Marketing Solutions can handle every step of the way.
The only part you have to worry about is handling all your new sales and leads.
Are Facebook Ads effective for my small business?
The answer is almost always yes. Even if you can’t get any direct conversions on Facebook-like, for say, real estate sales or heavy equipment rentals-you can still collect emails to send them marketing emails later and make a conversion at a later date.
I’m boosting my Facebook posts. Aren’t those ads?
Yes and now. Boosted posts appear to your friends and their friends. Facebook ads can be appear around the world, to whichever audience you choose, in your network or out of your network.
Facebook ads are pretty easy. Why do I need to pay somebody for them?
Fixing cars is pretty easy too, if all you’re doing is changing your oil and tires. But just like car maintenance is more involved than that, so is Facebook advertising. Researching audiences, setting budgets, creating ad copy and landing pages are all parts of a successful ad, and most people do not have the knowledge or expertise to do handle all the different parts.
Which is better for my business? Facebook ads or Google Adwords?
Most businesses work well with both, but if you are on a limited budget, then you have to really think about your product, and how it is positioned. For example, most clothing and apparel companies would do better to allocate more budget to Facebook ads instead of Adwords for two reasons.
1. Adwords CPC (cost per click) are extremely high, and dominated by larger, worldwide brands such as Macy’s, Amazon, or Nordstrom.
2. Clothing is a very visually oriented product. Facebook ads with a carousel ad would work well to showcase your product.
I’ve been running Facebook ads, but haven’t been seeing enough conversions. What am I doing wrong?
There could be any number of problems. Your ad copy could be lacking, visuals unappealing, landing page subpar, or audiences not targeted enough.
Should I be focusing on Facebook Ads or SEO?
Facebook ads and SEO target two different audiences, and do not overlap much. Just like with Adwords, you would need to determine how your product is positioned, and what your competition looks like.