3 Ways To Make Business Out of Running Ads

3 Ways To Make Business Out of Running Ads

Whether they’re browsing social media or shopping, modern consumers are online half the time.  The exorbitant amount of time people spend on different social media platforms guarantees the success of any advertisements that appear on those platforms, no matter the subject matter of the advertisement.  Modern advertisements aren’t only on television. 

People can see advertisements every few posts.  Advertisements appear before YouTube videos as they appear on regular television. Advertisements can even be woven into videos by companies who sponsor those videos’ creators. One of the most potent examples of media-wide advertising is the Facebook advertisement.

Advertisements on Facebook fill users’ sidebars with information about different products and services. Facebook can curate which advertisements to display based on information about the specific user who’ll see those advertisements. 

Facebook advertisements are such a ubiquitous phenomenon that one can’t go wrong by investing in them. You can run Facebook advertisements for yourself, or you can run Facebook advertisements for a client. 

You could even make Facebook advertising your entire business, assisting multiple clients with any Facebook-wide advertising campaigns.  You should know how to run Facebook Ads for clients.

Take Advantage of Facebook Ads For Yourself And Others

The first hurdle will be to do some research.  Create an account unless you have one already, and take a look at some of the advertisements that appear on Facebook.  While every user may have a slightly different feed, what’s definitely possible is to discern tone, number of words, diction, vocabulary, and images.  Consider the ways in which each advertisement differs from the last.  Consider the ways in which the advertisements are similar.  Furthermore, the Facebook Ads website offers free training with a series of lessons.  The course’s topics include facets as general as settings and fundamentals to dimensions as specific as payment and demographic optimization.

Set up an Account With Facebook Ads

All you have to do is set up an account known as a business manager account.  With this account, you can put what you’ve learned from Facebook Ads’ site directly and genuinely into practice instead of remaining in the realm of theory. 

Simply having a business manager account is a great way to test the waters with everything you’ve learned during the free training curriculum.  Once you have enough practice with your new account, you’re ready to start working with clients to create advertisements.  

If you want to share the wealth with external clients, you’ll need to make sure that those clients also have business manager accounts.  Otherwise, you won’t be able to collaborate on advertisements as effectively. 

You want your clients to have a lot of control over a project, and reminding them to set up their own business manager accounts is what makes that control possible. 

Also, if your clients have accounts, you won’t have to fund any of your clients’ advertisements.  After all, they should be paying you, and you shouldn’t be paying anything.

Do Research on Clients, And Help Them Succeed

To effectively research a potential client, you can start by identifying the keywords that’d be most helpful to that client.  Keywords are everything.  They’re very important.  While you may be able to discern the appropriate keywords for your own business, the keywords of another business may be different depending on the product or service. 

Only try to look for your clients’ keywords if they don’t already know what those keywords are.  Otherwise, there’s simply no point.  In all cases, what’s certainly your responsibility is to make sure your clients are using the best possible keywords.  If you’ve been working on those SEO skills, then it’s time to use them.  

Next, create a genuine advertising strategy on which your client can depend.  Find the right demographic to target based on any information you have about your client.  Some clients will need more guidance than others.  Try to discern the amount and type of guidance that your clients might need. 

Many different ads can be generated based on demographic items like gender, age, geographical location, likes, and dislikes.  One example of an appropriate demographic would be men from ages 18 through 24 who have a penchant for cooking.  One of your clients might also target women from ages 30 through 40 who are interested in astrology. 

The sky’s the limit in terms of targetable demographics.  Whatever strategy you and your client eventually create, set goals for that strategy to meet, and make sure the whole enterprise adheres to the client’s budget.  Keeping each of these items in mind, you can be as helpful to clients as you’d be to yourself. 

Helping your clients won’t be easy, but the right amount of skill can go a long way and turn your advertising agency into one of the best around.

Masab Farooque
Masab Farooque is a Tech Geek, Writer, and Founder at The Panther Tech. He is also a lead game developer at 10StaticStudios. When he is not writing, he is mostly playing video games