Living Streams subscribes to Facebook advertising network
Facebook offers demographic focussed advertising but it requires new and changing expertise – because it is changing fast
Succeeding with Facebook Advertising is potentially a Treasure Chest but to succeed requires New Skills
Facebook currently has 400 million registered users and receives 39 billion page views per month. There are only 5 advertisers currently using Facebook for every 100 advertisers using Google Adwords. Facebook has only recently opened up many of its pages for search ranking – this opens up the possibility of your adverts in Facebook being seen by general web searchers as well as people browsing Facebook.
Just as in the early days of Google Adwords, advertising on Facebook is currently a fantastic opportunity for advertisers. But to take advantage of it requires different skills and these requirements are changing fast as Facebook evolves its commerciality. It is also true that Facebook’s rules require ‘careful’ advertising to avoid penalties up to and including account banning: Rules that are more sensitive than Adwords’, change and can easily be broken inadvertently.
It is Living Streams policy to always learning from specialists rather than self-training. We have therefore today subscribed to a facebook advertising network led by a leading Facebook internet marketer who has spent the last eight months researching the best way to advertise in Facebook.
Access to the results of this research will save Living Streams and its clients many hundred of hours of trial and error and ultimately lead to bigger and quicker profits for our clients. Membership of this network will give us access to training, advice, updates, templates and a mastermind group.
Over the next year, we will be spending hundreds of hours gaining knowledge and skills in Facebook advertising for the benefit of our clients. As usual for all of our other services. our clients can gain from our membership of this group with advice, support and implementation to match their needs.