Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Welcome to a new edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. This week, almost all of our attention is focused on ad headlines, with new additions, limitations, and updates! Read on to find out more!

Facebook Limits How Many Ads a Fan Page Can Run

In order to improve the ads’ performance, Facebook will limit the amount of ads that fan pages can run. Ultimately, this will depend on the page size and the monthly budget spent on advertising. This measure was taken to prevent ads from being delivered less frequently.

Follow this link to learn more about this change: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-announces-new-limits-on-how-many-ads-pages-can-run-concurrently/584943/

Facebook Tests Its New Email Marketing Tool 

Several months ago, Facebook announced  that it would be testing a new email marketing tool. Recently, various new details about this new feature have come to light. The new tool will also follow GDPR subscriber list regulations and it will not allow the use of email addresses taken from user contact information on Facebook profiles.

Want to know more? Click here: https://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/facebook-email-marketing-test

Google Combines “Custom Intent” and “Custom Affinity”

Google announces a change in its “custom intent” and “custom affinity” audience types. From now on these two options will be included under a single umbrella called “custom audiences.” To access  this audience, advertisers will have to go to the Audiences section at the Campaign or Ad Group level.

Interested in more information? Learn more about this new audience here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-combines-custom-affinity-and-custom-intent-into-custom-audiences/380906/

Microsoft Ads Integrates LinkedIn Ads Targeting

Microsoft Advertising, which offers pay-per-click advertising on Bing and Yahoo, will finally integrate LinkedIn targeting into its search ads. This new option will provide a more precise type of targeting for businesses that are still struggling to pinpoint their objective audience.

Discover what countries will offer this option: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/breaking-microsoft-ads-integrates-linkedin-ads-targeting/379987/

Ads, ads, and more ads here at Marketing Updates With Motion Ave! After such a full week of advertising, we need a break. We look forward to seeing you in our next edition with more marketing news!

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

We’re back with a new edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. This week we go political with a couple of news involving social platforms, government and new measures! Read on to find out more! 

Youtube Gives Data On Videos Watched and Video Retention Rate

Youtube has added new features to its video studio. The first one is a listing with videos of other creators that viewers have watched on the platform, which will allow users to gain a better understanding of their audience. The second addition includes new audience retention metrics for each video. This will help users improve their content by seeing which videos generate more engagement. 

Want the full story? Click here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/youtube-adds-data-on-other-videos-your-viewers-have-watched-and-new-audienc/581634/

Google Adds New Ad Tools 

Google updates and adds new features to its ads tools. First, it launches a new image extensions beta program that will allow advertisers to add product images in search ads. Also, the platform includes in search ads new markers to indicate limited offers, and capacity of shippings and product. Finally, Google tests new dynamic carousel displays for  brands’ most relevant products. 

Want to know more? Enter here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/google-adds-new-ad-tools-including-updated-visual-options-and-prompts-for/581719/

Facebook Considers Banning Political Ads in November

Although the news has not yet been confirmed, sources say that Facebook would be considering banning political ads from the platform during election season in November. The initiative could be due to the recent boycott against the social media giant for not taking more action against hate speech and misinformation.

https://www.marketingdive.com/news/facebook-considers-political-ad-ban-through-november/581465/

New Predictive Metrics in Google Analytics

Google launches a new action prediction tool in Analytics that seeks to improve the connection between the user and the website visitors. The idea is to offer a suggestion of audience based on the purchase probability in a specific period of time, example: “Likely 7-day purchasers.” This will give advertisers the opportunity to target that audience and display highly relevant ads.

Get all the details here:https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/google-adds-new-predicted-audience-action-tools-into-google-analytics/581439/

TikTok Banned On Government Devices

In response to concerns that personal information could fall into the hands of the Chinese government, U.S. lawmakers have decided to vote in favour of a proposal to ban the downloading of the Chinese app onto government-issued devices.

Read more about the ban here: https://www.politico.com/news/2020/07/20/house-tiktok-federal-phones-374315

Whatsapp Launches Two New eCommerce Features

Facebook continues to look for ways to monetize its Whatsapp messaging platform. This time it adds new QR codes to the app so that businesses can more easily bring customers into a message thread. In addition to this, Whatsapp will also offer catalog links that will help promote the product listings that businesses have within the platform. Since their launch these catalogs have been a popular way to connect with customers. 

Learn how these features work here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/whatsapp-adds-qr-codes-for-businesses-and-catalog-links-to-simplify-sharin/581343/

That’s it for this week! We look forward to seeing you in the next edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. Stay tuned!

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

We’re back with a new edition of Marketing Updates with Motion Ave. This week we are full of ad news! Read on to find out more! 

Google Offers Free Promotion in Maps

Until September 2020, smart campaign businesses with Google My Business listings will be able to advertise on Google maps with free promoted pins. If you are in this category, you will not be charged for sales, calls or clicks. 

Learn more about this promotion here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-is-offering-businesses-free-promotion-in-google-maps/372678/

Instagram Allows Users to Create Ads Without Linking to Facebook Page

Facebook will allow advertisers to promote their content on Instagram without linking to a Facebook Page. Only first time advertisers will be able to access this new option. Those who have already linked their Instagram accounts with a fan page will not be able to do it. 

Get all the details here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/instagram-will-enable-new-advertisers-to-create-ads-without-linking-to-a-fa/580310/

Youtube Boosts Video Ad Campaigns 

Youtube launches two new ad alternatives to improve conversions and sales. To help businesses establish a stronger eCommerce presence, it will complement actionable video ads with eCommerce products listings. Also, the platform will launch a new Video Action Campaign that will distribute ad videos on home feeds, watch pages, and Google video partners in a single campaign.

Learn all about it here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/youtube-tests-new-shoppable-product-ads-launches-video-action-campaigns/580133/

Spotify Tests Interactive Podcast Ads 

Spotify seeks to create more direct sales funnels for brands and launches what it calls “In-App Offers”. This feature allows advertisers to position embedded links on podcast episodes pages that will take users to the brand’s webpage where they will find a promo code. 

Know more here: https://www.theverge.com/2020/6/22/21295859/spotify-interactive-ads-podcasts-in-app-offer-launch

Blocking Political Ads on Facebook and Instagram Is Now Possible

Following its efforts to provide transparent information, Facebook will now allow users to block political ads on both the platform and Instagram. You can access this option by clicking on the three dots in the ad or by going to your Ad Preferences section.

Get more political here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/users-now-able-to-block-political-ads-on-facebook-and-instagram/372241/

Audio Tweets Now On Twitter

Sometimes 280 characters are not enough, which is why Twitter will allow users to add audio snippets to their tweets. For now this new feature will be available only on iOS and only certain users will have access to these audio tweets. 

Get the full story here: https://www.theverge.com/2020/6/17/21294481/twitter-audio-tweets-now-available-iphone-ios

Google Bans Categories For Employment, Housing and Credit Ads

As part of its Ads policy update, Google will remove certain demographic targeting criteria, such as religion, ethnicity, ract, sexual orientation, and personal hardships, from the employment, housing and credit sector. The change will be first implemented in the US and Canada and worldwide by the end of the year.

Get all the details here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-banning-certain-categories-for-employment-housing-and-credit-ads/371975/?utm_source=daily-carnage&utm_medium=email

That’s it for this week. We look forward to seeing you in another edition of Marketing Updates with Motion Ave. We’ll be waiting for you with more marketing and ads news! 

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Welcome to another edition of Marketing Updates with Motion Ave. The protagonists of this issue are social media and advertising heavyweights: Facebook, Instagram and Google. Discover what’s new about these platforms with these marketing news! 

Google Will Require Identification Confirmation From Advertisers

As part of its ad transparency program, Google will now require all advertisers to confirm their identity with documentation showing who they are and where they are based. This requirement was already made to political advertisers, but now Google seeks to provide greater transparency and expand the measure to all advertisers on the platform. 

Learn more about the verification here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/google-will-now-require-all-advertisers-to-confirm-their-identity-under-exp/576674/

Snapchat Launches “First Commercial” Ad Functionality 

Snapchat gives you the opportunity to be the “first commercial” people see with their new feature. As the name implies, this new feature allows advertisers to be the first ad that platform users see that day in their first Snap show session.This ad will be available for 24 hours and will have a maximum duration of 6 seconds. 

Want more details? Click here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/snap-launches-first-commercial-option-on-snapchat-shows/364890/

Google Explains Conditions To Be Eligible For Ad Credits

Google had already indicated that to be eligible for small and medium-sized business ad credits, you had to be an active advertiser on the platform since the beginning of 2019 and adhere to Google Ads policies. Now Google elaborate on the requirements and indicates that consistent and committed advertisers having active campaigns before the coronavirus situation will be able to access these credits. 

As of May, Google would assign one credit per customer. 

Know more about conditions, timing and credit size here: https://searchengineland.com/google-adds-clarity-around-eligibility-timing-for-smb-ad-credits-333192

Facebook Add New Location Markers On Posts

Facebook continues its commitment to transparency and adds new location markers on individual business profile posts on high-reach Facebook Pages and Instagram accounts. The idea is to give users the opportunity to understand who is behind the posts that are published on the platforms. This would be very helpful in relation to the upcoming elections as  it would provide more transparency.

Know more about this transparency measure here: https://about.fb.com/news/2020/04/page-and-account-transparency/

Creators Could Charge For Access To Live-stream Events On Facebook 

To support small businesses, artists and creators, Facebook will launch the option to charge for access to event live-streams. This new option comes hand in hand with Messenger Rooms, Facebook’s answer to video chat apps like Zoom and Houseparty. 

Get to know more here: https://www.theverge.com/2020/4/28/21239863/facebook-live-paid-video-charge-stream-accessñ-events

Instagram Allows Access To DM And Lives From Desktop Version

Finally, Instagram gives its users what they’ve been asking for. From now on you can manage your direct messages and watch lives from your favorite accounts on the desktop version of Instagram. This will allow users and social media managers to manage and visualize all their actions from the web, from publishing and scheduling posts with creator studio, to answering direct messages from followers. 

Know more details about these new features here: 

https://www.androidpolice.com/2020/04/12/instagram-live-broadcasts-can-now-be-watched-on-the-web/
https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/instagram-adds-dm-access-to-desktop-version/575768/

Some big changes and new features this week. We hope to see you in our next issue of Marketing Updates with Motion Ave where we’ll be back with more marketing news!

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Welcome to another issue of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. This week several of our favorite platforms made great changes or are preparing interesting releases, so don’t miss out on any of these marketing news! 

Facebook Creates a Bot-Only Platform To Analyze Behavior

Facebook is building a bot-only platform to analyze real behavior of various types of users in a controlled environment. This Facebook shadow platform will not be available to users, only bots will interact within the app where they will act as non-existent users who like, share, comment, harass, abuse, and scam. 

The goal of this simulation software is to find ways to decrease violations within the system.

Get to know more about this experiment here:https://www.theverge.com/2020/4/15/21221992/facebook-wes-simulation-research-paper-bots-scammers-new-feature

Google Lifts Its Coronavirus Ad Band  

Due to criticism from Democratic lawmakers, Google will begin to lift its ban on coronavirus-related advertising. Until now no government entity, hospital, NGO could launch ads related to the current pandemic on the platform. However, lawmakers were concerned that this ban could “bolster misinformation from the White House.”

For now, Google is still working on ways to allow these specific institutions to run ads related to coronavirus. 

Know more about the ban here: https://www.theverge.com/2020/4/2/21204413/google-coronavirus-ad-ban-democrats-political-advertising-white-house-donald-trump

Facebook Launches New Gift Card Feature

Facebook continues its efforts to support businesses dealing with the impacts of the COVID-19 and launches a new feature on the platform: gift card listings. Users can now find gift cards that allow them to order their favorite products from local restaurants and businesses. 

Instagram would also be creating a similar version of this feature for its platform. 

Now all about it here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-adds-gift-card-discovery-tool-service-impact-listings-to-help-bus/575426/

Youtube Seeks to Launch ‘Shorts’ Video-Sharing Feature to Compete With TikTok

Given the growing popularity of TikTok, popular platforms like Youtube are looking for “new ideas” to keep up with this Asian giant. That’s why the video platform plans to launch “Shorts”, a video-sharing feature that will come with an editor where users will be able to add songs to their posts. 

This new feature will be launched at the end of the year in the platform’s mobile app. Want to know more about it? Get all the details here: https://www.mobilemarketer.com/news/report-youtube-plans-shorts-video-sharing-feature-to-challenge-tiktok/575412/

Google Launches a Free Tool To Create Promo Videos

To help businesses create promo videos more easily, Google is launching a new video editing tool to create short 6 or 14 second videos for Youtube. This new feature will allow users to animate static images and add their own images, logos and text. 

The goal of this beta tool is to help businesses that cannot currently invest resources in creating in-person videos.

Learn more about this new tool here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/youtube-video-builder/361510/?utm_source=daily-carnage&utm_medium=email

And that’s it for this issue! Find new updates, new features and new controversies in our next Marketing Updates With Motion Ave.

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Welcome to a new edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave! Google dominates the headlines this week, from new tech to phaseouts! Curious? Read on!  

Parallel Tracking Now Mandatory For Google Ads

As of March 31, all Google Ads using video must incorporate parallel tracking. This function prevents slowdowns for users by causing their browsers to handle data requests from click measurement providers in the background, while they can get straight to (and through) the ads. Parallel tracking is already mandatory for Search, Shopping, and Display campaigns.

Get the details here: https://ppc.land/parallel-tracking-for-video-campaigns-to-become-mandatory-in-google-ads/

Bid And Budget Simulators Come To Google Smart Bidding

Bid simulator support will now be available for one specific smart bidding strategy: Target ROAS (return on ad spend) bid strategy. This feature creates simulations using activity across the web from the past 7 days to test such adjustments as higher targets and budgets. While it’s not psychic, this kind of pattern analysis is an unprecedented insight to help marketers budget and price.

Change the future here: 

https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-ads-introduces-bid-simulator-support-for-smart-bidding/343323/

R.I.P. Chrome Apps: 2013-2022

Chrome apps are on death row- support ends for all desktop OSes by the end of this year, and Chrome OS gives the boot in 2022. While some of the community is undoubtedly displeased, this move doesn’t signal a wholesale elimination of independent and open-source development: Chrome Extensions aren’t going anywhere.

Get to know all about the phase out process here: https://blog.chromium.org/2020/01/moving-forward-from-chrome-apps.html

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3514529/google-will-wind-down-chrome-apps-starting-in-june.html

No, Seriously, No Cookies: We Mean It This Time

Chrome is going on a deeper diet than just cutting Apps- Google has announced plans to end support for third-party cookies within two years. Assuming they follow through, this represents major action on Google’s public sentiments of committing to greater privacy. If implemented as thoroughly as Google promises, this will be a cataclysmic change for digital marketers- one of the core sources of user data and activity metrics will go entirely dark.

Prepare for the analytics apocalypse here:   https://techcrunch.com/2020/01/14/google-wants-to-phase-out-support-for-third-party-cookies-in-chrome-within-two-years/

That’s it for Google week! Join us next time to find out what Google and the other big names will bring to the digital marketing world!

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Happy New Year 2020! We are back to bring you the most relevant marketing news of the week! And of course, facebook is still a big topic this year. Want to know why? Read on!

Facebook Confirms It Won’t Ban Political Ads

Facebook confirms that it will not limit the way political ads target its audience and voters. Many consider this a bad decision, as it still does not limit the lies and misinformation in those ads. The only solution the platform offers is to give users more control tools so they can manage the amount of ads they see. 

If you want to know if this solves anything click here: https://www.wsj.com/articles/facebook-to-keep-targeted-political-ads-but-will-give-users-more-control-11578567603

No More Messenger Without Facebook

Before December 2019 users could download the Messenger app, login and start talking to their friends without having an active Facebook account. However, this past December they quietly eliminated that possibility. 

Want to know why? Click here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-removes-option-to-create-a-messenger-account-without-a-facebook-pr/569638/

Google Ads Says Bye To Message Extension 

This 2020 Google Ads has decided to remove the message extension option in Adwords. The feature will be removed on January 27th and users will not be able to modify it in new or current campaigns. 

Want to know more details? https://ppc.land/google-to-sunset-message-extensions-in-google-ads/

And that’s it for this week! Stay tuned for more Marketing Updates With Motion Ave.

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Welcome to another issue of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave. This week was all about Facebook- with plenty of controversy at no extra charge! While a little less busy, Twitter also made big headlines with a simple move. Read it all now!

Facebook Wants You To NOTICE THEIR NEW LOGO

Big. Powerful. Changes color. Hanging around everywhere. Capturing and devouring everything it meets.  No, it isn’t a giant cuttlefish, though your confusion is understandable. It’s FACEBOOK.

FACEBOOK has updated its logo to represent its new outlook as the company that owns most of the places the world pays attention to. The new logo, already being decried as jarring and off-brand, will be displayed in a different color on each of FACEBOOK’s new holdings: green for WhatsApp From FACEBOOK, Pink for Instagram from FACEBOOK, and blue for FACEBOOK from FACEBOOK. 

If there’s one thing we know, it’s that shouting and constantly changing your image is a great way to get people’s attention and show what a nice guy you are.

Embrace change here: https://www.theverge.com/2019/11/4/20947854/facebook-new-logo-design-change-parent-company-instagram-whatsapp

Twitter Refuses To Take Someone’s Money, Saves Democracy

Arguably some of the biggest news this week was Twitter’s announcement banning all political ads. While political messages, images, and content will continue to exist across 99.380245% of the platform, they must generate reach on their own through following and retweeting, like everything else- no more purchasing mandatory slices of users attention.

The ban applies to all ads featuring candidates in political campaigns as well as those advocating legislation on major issues, such as climate change and healthcare. How “major” an issue? What about ads that don’t directly name candidates? 

So. To be clear: Twitter allows no ads containing any political action. FACEBOOK allows any and all political ads. Everyone is outraged at both.

Democracy in action. The system works, you guys! 

Join the debate here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/twitter-bans-all-political-ads-in-response-to-concerns-around-misinformatio/566259/

https://techcrunch.com/2019/11/02/twitters-political-ads-ban-is-a-distraction-from-the-real-problem-with-platforms/

FACEBOOK Won’t Judge Your Politics, But It Might Judge Your Grammar

The newest evolution of FACEBOOK’s responsive ads includes the ability to supply several versions of copy, headlines, and post descriptions for a single ad- and, just as it already does for images, FACEBOOK’s algorithm will determine which text combination will bring the best results. 

This next step for responsive ads ultimately gives FACEBOOK full control of every element of your ad (though, to be fair, you don’t HAVE to create responsive ads). This illustrates a bigger philosophical point in the FACEBOOK landscape- sure, you’re giving up your ability to make decisions about anything, but someone’s doing your most difficult work for you, and there’s memes to read.

Find out more here: https://marketingland.com/responsive-ads-come-to-facebook-with-multiple-text-optimization-270013

FACEBOOK Changes Video Ad Metrics

No more 10-Second Video Views counts (or related metrics). FACEBOOK has swapped this out for what’s intended to be a more useful measure of activity, ThruPlays: the number of times your video has been played completely or up to 15 seconds. 

Oh. And a bunch of metrics have been renamed, like “Video Watches At 25%” is now “Video Plays at 25%” to reflect that people might be clickfarming, I mean distracted.

Go to the tape here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/facebook-announces-changes-to-ad-metrics-including-removal-of-10-second-vi/566382/

FACEBOOK Saves Marketers From Themselves With New Ad Limits

Starting mid next year, FACEBOOK will limit the number of ads a page can run. To prepare advertisers for this drastic change, FACEBOOK has launched the new Ad Volume API that allows you to see how many ads are running on a page, and how many are in review. 

FACEBOOK assures everyone that having too many ads can harm advertisers’ performance. The logic is that if you have a large volume of ads, fewer come out of the learning phase and a lot of budget is spent before the system updates the ad performance. 

It’s very nice of FACEBOOK to be so responsible with our money.

Want to know more? Click here: https://marketingland.com/facebook-to-limit-number-of-ads-pages-can-run-simultaneously-270449

Need a break from hearing about FACEBOOK? Take a week! We’ll be back with more Marketing Updates With Motion Ave featuring news on everyone’s favorite gigantic social media conglomerate!

Are Your Facebook Campaigns A Giant Mess?

Hi there! Trying to get leads but not getting the results you expect? Constantly boosting ads or creating copy that doesn’t convert?

No sweat! We’ve got tips to help you clean up your act on Facebook Ad campaigns.  

At Motion Ave, we’ve been helping commercial cleaning companies become successful in their advertising campaigns. We’re familiar with industry concepts like disinfection dwell time, high touch surfaces, dusting without desktop disruption, and cleaning techniques for carpets and hard floors- and we know how to make the vital but often-overlooked commercial cleaning service sparkle in the eyes of your prospective clients!

Stop scrubbing away at your Facebook campaigns! Cut right to the clean with these simple tips and get better results on your campaigns! We know they work- they’re how we’ve helped businesses like yours succeed!

1. Make sure you have the right objective for your campaigns

Every marketing campaign must have a clear objective.  With commercial cleaning companies what we usually do is drive traffic to a landing page and get people to register so we can follow up with them and set up an appointment.  This process is mapped out in what we call a funnel. 

A good funnel will allow you to bring new prospects, convert them, make sales, retain customers and automatically follow-up leads. This is an example of one of the funnels we use with our commercial cleaning customers:Fix your Facebook Ads Campaigns with funnels

2. Target the right audience

You can’t talk to two different people in the same way! Every ad has to target its own audience.  If not, your ad won’t be successful. With Facebook, you have plenty of possibilities when it comes to audience segmentation (by age, gender, income level, location, interest, language etc.). You can also create lookalike audiences similar to your leads, clients and franchise owners. 

For the commercial cleaning industry, we usually conduct preliminary research to find out who are the “buyer personas” or the people that would be interested in acquiring a franchise.  Then, we design our ads based on their needs, pain points, wishes, and dreams.  We use at least 5-6 different types of audiences in our ads.

Related: https://motionave.com/getting-smart-with-targeting-on-facebook-ads-for-beginners/

3. Put the right offer on the table

Once you have the right objective and audience, you have to figure out the right budget.  Your results are directly related to your investment – a very low investment level will yield a low number of leads. On the ad set level, Facebook gives you the option of estimating the number of leads you can get with a specific daily budget as illustrated below:

Fix your Facebook Ads Campaigns with the right budget

Source: Facebook

With our commercial cleaning clients, we usually recommend a fixed budget for ad spend around $1,000 dollars a month that we usually adjust based on the results.  With this amount, we have managed to get at least 80-100 leads per month for our clients.

4. Get the right creatives up and running

The difference between a good and a bad ad is usually the copy (matched up with some awesome video testimonials). 

Copy is not just a catchy headline.  You need to spend a lot of time designing the content of your ads and testing different options to see what resonates with your target audience.  Try including some of the following in your ads:

  • Emoticons- text alone can look dull and boring.  These little icons help break the monotony.  
  • Killer CTAs- These determine whether your viewer takes action on your ad.  Use power words such as Improve, Learn, Discover, Increase, Reduce, Ultimate, Complete, etc.- always verbs!
  • Monitor the text in your images – Facebook punishes text-heavy images.  Make sure you check the requirements on Facebook Image Text Check tool.
  • Storytelling- Videos with subtitles as 80% of Facebook users watch video content without audio.

Commercial cleaning is not usually the first thing people think about when scrolling down through Facebook. You’ll need to build social proof in your ads, usually done through video testimonials.- the more the better!

Fix your Facebook Ads Campaigns with the right creatives

Related: https://motionave.com/8-secrets-create-killer-facebook-ads/

5. Optimize budget based on ad performance

Optimizing campaigns is a combination of art and science.  Remember we set our campaign objectives? Well, we have to monitor the variables based on that objective.  With commercial cleaning companies what we usually monitor is the cost per lead, cost per link click, CPM, frequency, and link click.  Nonetheless, we study many different variables before making decisions about turning off ads or testing new creatives.

Don’t think that because an ad is not working today, it won’t work in the future. Sometimes what works in the fall might not work in the summer, and vice-versa.  Always monitor your results! Check your data, analyze, and think outside the box! Never forget your metrics.

6. Monitor constantly 

Finally, constantly monitor your campaigns.  What works today might not work tomorrow! Change your creatives from time to time and always use your own genuine style of communication with your audiences.  

Optimize your budgets until you reach the sweet spot where you are achieving great results and all variables are in place (copy, creatives, budget, placement, audiences, ad sets, etc).

Cleaning an office requires skill, knowledge, and experience- so does managing Facebook ads! If you feel like you can’t crack the code, don’t worry! We’ve represented the commercial cleaning industry for more than 2 years, and have helped our customers grow their leads base by as much as 300%! If you’re tired of doing it yourself and not getting the results, contact the professionals- just like your clients do! 

 

Resources:

https://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/7-tips-optimize-facebook-ad-campaigns/

https://newsfeed.org/6-tips-for-optimizing-long-term-campaigns/

https://www.facebook.com/business/insights

https://jan-pro.com/office-cleaning-system/

Marketing Updates With Motion Ave

Welcome to another edition of Marketing Updates With Motion Ave!  This week is all about Google. Find out what the search giant has for you this week here! Just read on!

Cart metrics For Shopping Campaigns

Google Ads adds a new set of metrics and data to shopping campaigns. Now it will be possible to see a cart data report, where information about purchases will be given. This report will show specific data on sold items, attributed sales metrics, which include total amount of income from transactions attributed to clicks on an ad and offer-level sales metrics showing all products sold. 

Go deeper into the subject by clicking here: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/google-ads-brings-new-sets-of-data-to-shopping-campaigns/332563/

Google Improves Asset Combination For App Ads

Google Ads announce is working on improving asset combination for app campaigns and giving traffic to specific assets so advertisers can have better information on which assets are performing better. Even though the platform said these improves wouldn’t affect campaign performance, some changes in metrics and in well performing assets could be seen.

Know more here: https://searchengineland.com/as-app-campaign-placements-expand-google-ads-aims-to-improve-asset-combinations-for-app-ads-324088

Google Updates Search Algorithm 

It seems that the context will be king with this new update of Google’s search algorithm. According to the platform, it will change results rankings for up to one in 10 queries. Previously Google treated phrases as sets of words with no connection, it only read important words (such as nouns) and displayed the results for that search. With the change, now words that it didn’t take into account, such as prepositions, will have more value so users can get better search results.

Learn what the impact of this change might be here: https://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/google-just-announced-a-major-search-algorithm-change-that-users-will-probably-love-and-some-businesses-may-absolutely-hate.html

Twitter Is Labeling Bots

To ensure greater transparency within the platform, Twitter has decided to label bots profiles. This bots have dominated political news streams, and had contributed to amplify and manipulate trends in the past. This proposal serves to identify who is really behind those profiles and to limit the way in which they are used. 

Confirm you are not a bot here: https://www.socialmediatoday.com/news/twitters-considering-a-new-checkmark-to-highlight-bots-on-the-platform/565730/

And that’s it for this issue! Find out what other changes Google might bring and what other transparency fight Twitter would be battling next week in Marketing Updates With Motion Ave.

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