In other words, if you’re aiming to get viewers to click over to your site in order to make a purchase, it would make sense to produce an ad featuring beautiful product photography. If, on the other hand, you were working towards building brand awareness, you might want to create an ad that motivates users to post your image. This means you have to know what your audience is like and what they would want associated with them as a representation of themselves. You could use an endorsement from an influencer or words and images that connect on an emotional level. Maybe add a hashtag or ask them to tag friends when sharing to compound its effectiveness.
Kelly Main is a staff writer at Fit Small Business specializing in marketing. Before joining the team, she worked as an analyst at firms like Lincoln Financial Securities. She has also founded a number of successful startups, including OpenOnion under the Google Tech Entrepreneurs Program, which was later acquired under the name Whisper. She holds an MS in International Marketing from Edinburgh Napier University.
What Makes This Ad Great: FeetUp didn’t do anything fancy with this ad: they just showed their product in action. And when you have an innovative new product targeting a passionate audience, sometimes that’s all you need. Especially when that product lends itself to a visual demonstration, like the FeetUp Trainer. Any yogi who has trouble with handstands will instantly recognize how this product can help improve their practice.
Phew! That’s a whole lot of information to digest. If you feel intimidated by the process, keep our tips open in a separate tab and walk through the process while referencing our article. Feel free to use it as a guide and you’ll be producing ads as full of impact as all the others we’ve shared above. Our last tip: Don’t forget to have fun infusing the magic of visual storytelling in your marketing strat!
Phew! That’s a whole lot of information to digest. If you feel intimidated by the process, keep our tips open in a separate tab and walk through the process while referencing our article. Feel free to use it as a guide and you’ll be producing ads as full of impact as all the others we’ve shared above. Our last tip: Don’t forget to have fun infusing the magic of visual storytelling in your marketing strat!
Christmas is that special season in a brands’ life when running a promotion or publicly wishing Happy Holidays to everyone is a MUST. So, when Christmas arrives, you must be ready. Have a look at our collection of Christmas templates for Instagram and pick your favorite. We’ve got a card for every taste: elegant cards, playful and colorful, corporate or vintage hand drawn like Christmas cards.
Driving attendance for an event is much easier when you use Facebook ads to increase awareness of it. These ads pique your target audience’s interest by featuring social proof from people who have attended in the past. They can instill a little FOMO by describing how your event setting is unique and make it easy for people to decide at a glance if they are “Interested” in your event by centering the details of time and place.
What Makes This Ad Great: How do you stand out in a crowded market? Wolf and Shepherd shows us one way with this video ad: use your product to provide a dramatic demonstration. Running with the bulls while wearing a pair of dress shoes sounds borderline crazy, but it sure does help set Wolf and Shepherd above the pack. (Or should I say, above the herd?)
Real estate is a tough market, that’s why advertising your agency can give you a headache. But not anymore. With Instagram advertising, you can target local audiences and showcase your collection of properties in a professional way. Use one of our templates as a starting point to promote your properties on Instagram and keep an eye (or ear) on the phone.
Facebook users are inundated with so much content every day, sometimes they just want someone else to make the decision for them. Creating a curated selection of products takes some of the work off your audience and simplifies their decision making process. Using Collection ad helps you group similar products together into an immersive in-app experience that includes ways to browse and learn more.
Everyone loves something free, but they can also be skeptical of the offer if it’s not clear what they’re getting into. That’s why it’s important that anyone who views your ad immediately understands exactly the kind of value they’ll receive from a free trial or free gift. The power of free can also help you build trust with people and make them feel more comfortable signing up.
In other words, if you’re aiming to get viewers to click over to your site in order to make a purchase, it would make sense to produce an ad featuring beautiful product photography. If, on the other hand, you were working towards building brand awareness, you might want to create an ad that motivates users to post your image. This means you have to know what your audience is like and what they would want associated with them as a representation of themselves. You could use an endorsement from an influencer or words and images that connect on an emotional level. Maybe add a hashtag or ask them to tag friends when sharing to compound its effectiveness.

Brand engagement is all about getting people emotionally invested in your company. When you forge these emotional relationships with your customers it’s much easier to move them down the marketing funnel towards an eventual sale. You can do this by finding a political or personal cause that’s important to your audience, or appealing to their likes and interests. Either way, make sure to use language that shows people exactly what’s at stake.
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