How to Drive Demand, Create Loyal Fans, and Grow Your Business on Facebook

Facebook isn’t new, and neither is the idea that every business needs a Facebook presence.

However, a lot has changed since Facebook first entered the marketing scene. Today, the world’s largest social network can do things many of us would never have dreamed of 10 years ago: host 360-degree videos, sell products via a chatbot, or even serve as a top news source for two-thirds of the adult population.

Facebook has 1.56 billion daily active users . Let’s put that in perspective. That’s nearly 5X the population of the United States, 20% of the world population … and still climbing.

So imagine the social influence achievable through Facebook in terms of your peer effects, ecommerce business, referrals, customer relationships, reputation, brand awareness, and much more (let alone, in combination with other social media platforms you market through). 

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Facebook makes it really easy for businesses to create and promote ads, but what it doesn’t do is optimize the chances of the ads to be successful. When you make your own Facebook ad, the ad is just sort of out there on its own and left to sink or swim, and more often than not, these ads sink. Facebook ad agencies, on the other hand, have digital marketing tools and techniques designed to make the most of digital advertising. They can also help you with different advertising channels, we are also a Google Adwords agency and an Instagram marketing agency.

Although Facebook itself brings in several billion dollars per year in ad revenue, around 40 percent of business owners who put up Facebook ads on their own only achieve marginal success, if any. That’s not because Facebook isn’t a viable advertising venue — it’s because creating successful ads on

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But even as a steady drumbeat of household names like The North Face (VFC), Pfizer (PFE) and Levi Strauss (LEVI) have joined the pressure campaign over the social network’s handling of hate speech and misinformation, the vast majority of Facebook (FB)‘s biggest advertisers — the ones with presumably the most leverage — have stayed quiet.
A CNN Business analysis of Facebook’s top advertisers, based on data from market research firm Pathmatics, reveals that most of the 100 biggest ad spenders on the platform have not joined the boycott. The list of companies that have yet to pause advertising on Facebook includes Walmart (WMT), American Express (AXP) and Home Depot (HD).
Of the 25 largest spenders on Facebook ads last year, only three companies — Microsoft (MSFT), Starbucks (SBUX
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