Facebook Ads

Feb 16, 2012 -- Posted by : admin

fishbat knows that appropriate social media ad placement is one of the quickest ways to grow your fan base and introduce your product or service to a wider range of users. At fishbat, we are able to attract fans that are relevant to your product or service by targeting interests, demographics, locations and social statuses.

Facebook Ads: Unlike ad buying platforms that charge you a set price for a certain amount of fans we use the official Facebook ads platform to obtain your fans so you are guaranteed real Facebook users who match your target audience. The cost of Facebook Likes will vary depending on your industry and targets, but we always obtain fans for a cost below the industry average.

Twitter Ads: We can help you run Twitter advertising campaigns, promote product launches and gain Twitter followers through the development of promoted tweets, trends and accounts. At the moment, Twitter’s ad platform is invite-only. We can help you negotiate with their representatives and target your campaign to your relevant audience.

LinkedIn Ads: We can help you acquire new customers with your business, reach out to potential leads, fill job positions and promote events using LinkedIn’s ad platform. Using LinkedIn’s targeting capabilities to connect with customers in a professional business context will make your campaign engaging on the professional level.

If you’re interested in finding out more on how we can help you reach your web marketing and social media goals, contact us for a free digital diagnostic.


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