Not sure where to start with Facebook advertising? Have you just started a Facebook Business page and unsure how to target your audience? We are here to help.
With ‘Freedom Day’ now behind us, we have launched their ‘Back to Business’ campaign aimed at supporting local businesses to get back on their feet with impressive offers of marketing support. First of which, is a FREE 30-minute webinar hosted by us on a beginners guide to Facebook Advertising to help you brush up on those digital skills you need to bring in business.
This will be an informal webinar taking place at 10:30am on 29th July and our digital experts will show you how to get started with Facebook Advertising to create adverts that convert. The team will be hosting the event live on Zoom so you’ll get the opportunity to ask our specialists questions and get tailored advice.
The webinar will cover:
- Getting started with Facebook ads
- Using Facebook business manager
- A breakdown of Facebook Ad types
- Intro to Facebook audience targeting
- Creating a Facebook Ad that converts
- How to Track Performance
With paid advertising it benefits both businesses and customers. Businesses can reach their audiences in ways they cannot with organic social. By using Facebook you can easily track online and offline ad performance.
Here at MNA Digital, we are digital experts who specialise in website design, paid search and SEO services, delivering effective marketing solutions to assist your business make a lasting impression online. These webinars are conducted with the aim to aid businesses get back on track after an uncertain year by using our combined digital expertise to provide help to those businesses that need it.
Our online events are free to attend. To register your place please click here to complete the online registration form. Closer to the event you’ll receive an email with details on how to join the webinar.
You’ll also be invited to send in any questions you have about Facebook Advertising ahead of the event and we’ll aim to answer any questions after the presentation.