Target Market For Facebook Ads

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If you believe the ad itself is the most important part of every advertising campaign, then your misunderstanding what true advertising is.

The truth is, the perfect ad that’s sent to the wrong audience won’t deliver the results you’re after.

To be successful you need a great ad AND a specific target market. It takes both. A terrible ad sent to the right audience won’t get results either.

The first key to running any successful advertising campaign is to nail the targeting. Before you do anything else, you have to pinpoint the  target market for your customers/Clients.

If you don’t identify the perfect person for your offer, you’ll end up going broader than you should and you’ll get lost in a crowd of noise.

The real goal is to find a message-to-market match

We need to speak the right words to the right people who are in the right phase of their business for our solution. That’s when we start to see some pretty amazing results.

To pinpoint your Customers/Clients for a Facebook ad campaign, there are three main points you need to consider.

1. The Fundamental Four

First, you need to know what moves them.

Think about your particular market and ask yourself these four questions:

– What frustrations are my customers/clients facing right now that they want to move away from?
– What do they fear will happen in the future?
– What do they most want to happen right now?
– What are their aspirations for the future — their hopes and dreams?

2. Behaviour

Next, you need to know their behavior.

For example, on online platforms, soccer mums behave differently than businesswomen. It’s not exactly a ground-breaking discovery, but many business owners tend to look at the behavior of one segment and apply it to all others.

You need to get a real sense of what your target market is doing online — not someone else’s target market.

When are they online? What do they like to do? Who do they like to follow? Who influences them?

3. Market Trends

Finally, you need to understand the market trends. Even with the perfect solution to a problem, if the timing is off it won’t serve anyone.

For example, let’s say you’re in the mobile phone business. You know that teenagers love texting and surfing the web, so you decide to target them and sell BlackBerry smartphones.

It’s a great solution for some people, but a 10-year old smartphone won’t excite too many teenagers in the age of the iPhone X.

Understanding market trends is really about keeping your finger on your prospects’ pulse. What keywords are interesting them now? What topics are “yesterday’s news”?

Once you pinpointed your customers/clients, you can turn your focus to crafting the perfect ad that grabs their attention and leads them to take action.

How effective do you think Facebook ads are?

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Wayne Hutcheson is a Coach of the highly regarded Grow Business Grow Boardroom Program. He works closely with a hand full of clients to help them achieve growth in their business and to enjoy 'guilt-free' time away from their business without it affecting their profitability.
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