If you want to get the most out of your brand on Facebook and Instagram, it’s a good idea to put your ads in the places where people want to see them.
That way, you’ll have a higher chance of getting more eyeballs.
Here’s how to do that on the internet and in real life.1.
Create a landing page: On a landing pages, a website’s main purpose is to attract people to visit your business.
When people come to your website to check out your products, or to sign up for your newsletter, or check out the latest deals, you want them to be able to easily get to your landing page.
This is also why landing pages on mobile apps like Instagram and Snapchat are so effective.2.
Use a mobile first strategy: Mobile first marketing, or MFP, is the practice of promoting products on mobile devices first, rather than in traditional brick-and-mortar stores.
This helps you to reach more people in a shorter time.
The best way to get started with MFP is to write a blog post about how you’re building a mobile app, and post a link to your app on your Facebook page.3.
Use Instagram to get more eyeball share: If you’re a business that has a large Instagram presence, you’re going to need to get people to view your ads on Instagram, too.
If you can get people sharing your ads through the app’s native ad network, that’ll help you drive more organic traffic to your site.
You can also create a landing on Instagram that has the hashtags “purple” and “pink.”4.
Use Pinterest to get extra visibility: Pinterest is a great way to make your brand stand out.
If a post on your brand’s Instagram account is shared more than 25 times, it will get a bit of visibility on Pinterest, even if it’s not on your site or app.
You could even get the same results by using the Pinterest API to find and post your content on the platform.5.
Create custom hashtags on Instagram: If your brand is really big on Instagram (and that means you’ve got a lot of followers and followers-worthy posts), you might want to create your own hashtags.
You’ll have to be creative, though, because hashtags have to match your brand image.
You may also want to look for new hashtags that have a positive tone, like “Purple, Orange, or Red,” or “Orange and Green,” or similar tags.
For example, if your company’s logo is a pink circle with an orange circle, you might create an Instagram hashtag that says “pandora,” which will get people’s attention.6.
Create Facebook ads with Facebook’s AdWords tools: AdWords offers a lot more options for getting your ads into people’s newsfeeds than Instagram.
Here are a few things you can do:1.
Find your best place for ads to appear: You’ll want to focus on your best places for your ads to make their most impact.
For instance, your best ad target for Instagram is the “about” page of your blog, because that’s where people often see your posts.
If your best spot is on your landing pages or the “About Me” page, you can make your ads appear in those places instead.2