Facebook ads are great for business. Used by over one billion people every month, it provides the tools to target your audience by precise demographics. But if your business doesn’t have a large marketing department, where do you start?
Our new infographic provides small business owners an easy-to-follow, step-by-step plan to set up and run your Facebook ad campaign. It provides a straightforward introduction to some of the website’s more specific requirements, and some handy advice on how to tweak for your particular business.
If you’re not using Facebook ads yet, you’re missing out on a great opportunity. Don’t be afraid to dive in and use the world’s biggest social media site to give you the edge over your competitors.
You can budget your ads on Facebook, but if you ever need funding for your next advertising venture, a line of credit can help.
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