You can also pose a question that hints at an achievable “after” result (the feeling your audience will have once they complete the signup process). By asking “Does Your Car Qualify”, Uber makes people hope their car qualifies so that they can achieve the “after” state of a car full of cash. By headlining with “the top 5%”, Hired reveals the “after” state as smiling, vibrant people in a new workplace exclusive to that qualifying 5%.

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What Makes This Ad Great: Two athletes hanging from a hot-air balloon, doing tricks with a soccer ball hundreds of feet up in the air? This ad has a great concept that demands your attention. Add in the fact that it’s filmed with a GoPro, and you can almost feel your stomach starting to lurch. Under Armour actually partnered with GoPro for this ad, and the combination works great for both brands.
We all know the pain of waiting hours on hold for customer service. That’s why nothing is more impressive than personalized, immediate support. Chatbots give you a way to provide this kind of experience directly through Facebook Messenger. Use ads to promote your awesome new chatbot and let people know that you’re ready at a moment’s notice to help them resolve their issue.
With Facebook’s 20% text rule, it’s important that you make the most of our available space. This where a compelling call to action text comes in, letting people know what’s in it for them or what they need to do. Use Canva’s text tools to overlay your text over your image and create amazing typography. Try using one of the pre-set textholders and drag and drop them anywhere on your design or create your own typography by choosing and pairing over a hundred fonts in Canva.
Creating a compelling ad for Instagram is not easy when you have no design background or a proper design team to do the job. You need to stand out somehow in the feed, considering you’re competing against your target customers’ family, friends, and favorite stars. But with Bannersnack’s ready-made templates, creating an ad for Instagram is a piece of cake. All you have to do is pick a template as a starting point, add your own assets (logo, fonts), organize the elements of the layout, customize the colors and choose an expressive font.

The more you know about your customers the better you can be at providing them with content and products they’ll love. That’s why you should think of every conversation with a customers is an opportunity to build a better profile of their preferences. Messenger is one of the best platforms to asks these questions and make those connections. User the information you gather to retarget your audience as well.
While carousel and collection ads are the obvious choice for these kinds of situations, a dynamic product ad or Instant Experience ad can also work well. Regardless, when featuring a set of products, make sure that each one is visually distinct from the other and includes its own headline and CTA (which should be specific to the individual product).
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