Infographic: Using Facebook and Twitter Ads For Business

Happy Infographic Friday, everyone! What better way to start our social media advertising series than to highlight two of the largest and most popular social networking sites – Facebook and Twitter!

First, we learned how to Use Facebook Ads to Promote Your Business. You can make Facebook ads work for your business if you target the right market, create an awesome copy, offer incentives, and more. We also discussed How to Leverage Twitter Ads for Your Business. You can utilize Twitter’s advertising tool to gain more followers and customers. Keep in mind a few important tips, though, including targeting the right audience and creating top-quality tweet.

Businesses definitely benefit from using Facebook and Twitter ads. Start your ad campaign soon and see how it can help boost your business! Check out this infographic summarizing our blogs this week.

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Gmail
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Gmail

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Check out these blogs for our social media advertising/ads series:

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1 Comment

  1. Ankeeta

    Great post Myan.
    Facebook advertising is still winning for direct response, although Twitter is trying to make more an effort. Twitter was mostly going for brand advertising but is trying to compete with FB’s growing DR business.



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