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When Facebook first released Engagement on Facebook Custom Audiences, it was exciting to think of the targeting possibilities. We’re now able to target those who engage with videos, lead ad forms and Facebook Canvas. We were even (temporarily) able to target people who share links to our website. But that was just scratching the surface, it seemed.
I thought about naming this post something like, “Why Facebook Advertisers Don’t Need a Website Anymore,” but that takes what I’m about to say too far. A website is still required. But suddenly, those without an active website are more likely to find success with Facebook remarketing than ever before. I know. For those familiar with my strategies, this seems asinine. Blasphemous.
… and efficiently build an audience in volume. We’ll do this by promoting helpful articles (driving traffic and building a Website Custom Audience) and videos (building an Engagement on Facebook Custom Audience). 2. Build Your Leads The mistake is that most advertisers start here, targeting people that don’t know them. We won’t do that. We’ll target…
… issues for advertisers. Some of those issues are addressed in Facebook’s latest new Lead Ad Form Engagement Custom Audience. The No-Landing-Page Problem One of the inherent problems with Lead Ads — for advertisers, not users — was that they kept users on Facebook. Without a landing page, advertisers could not create Website Custom Audiences. Why…
… I live a simple life in which I’m excited by simple things. I sat down tonight to complete a process I started a few hours earlier of creating Website Custom Audiences and Saved Audiences when I spotted something new… Do you see it? It’s the final item: “Engagement on Facebook.” Discovering this provided a roller coaster of emotions. Seeing…