Facebook really does cater to the user experience- and what the user wants, the user eventually gets. Marketers must pay attention, and subscribe to the latest Facebook suggestions. If not, they will fall behind those who do.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) February 25, 2016
Some people view Facebook as the big bad giant, but it's important for one to recognize that Facebook really does cater to the user experience- and what the user wants, the user eventually gets. As marketers, it's important to pay attention and subscribe to the latest Facebook suggestions. If not, one will fall behind those who do. Also, one wouldn’t be “speaking” to the marketplace in ways they like to be communicated with. One of the newest things people need to pay attention to are lead ads, and it's important to determine whether it's a better strategy to implement lead ads or landing pages and for one to understand the pros and cons of each.
Magnificent Marketing presents a webinar featuring CEO David Reimherr and Facebook advertising guru, Jon Loomer, in which they discuss Facebook’s new opportunity to collect leads with Lead Ads (and the associated pros and cons) versus driving people to landing pages. The webinar also discusses Instant Articles, the Buy Button and Facebook’s trend of keeping people on their site. The webinar can be found on magnificent.com and on Magnificent Marketing's YouTube page.
To read about the best practices for marketing and advertising on Facebook and to learn more about lead ads and landing pages, click here.
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Their objective is to generate leads that turn into customers while focusing on expanding the visibility of your company and brand, and positioning you to be "top of mind" for future potential clients.
In order to achieve this, they draw on their experience and belief that a mixture of traditional marketing techniques combined with modern marketing tools will yield the best results.
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