Would you like to feature an article on Facebook ad specific location targeting
My name is Kyle and i read your article on https://fitsmallbusiness.com/facebook-advertising/
I have a website where i help people learn how to use online ads, specifically Facebook ads at http://www.hustletothetop.com/Category/business/ .
I’ve found that many many business owners have a problem with Facebook ads targeting and complain that their ads do not reach their targeted audience.
The most frequent complain i hear is that they’ve set their target location for a 20 mile radius (just an example) around their local business, but most of the responses they get are from people not even in the target area. they feel cheated and that its not worth advertising on Facebook
I really like the 3 step local business Facebook advertising strategy. i myself wish i had found this article sooner! it would have benefited me so much!
Ads are not as simple as they seem, but if you really learn the proper way Facebook ads work, then you’ll have no problem targeting the right audience and getting results.
I’m emailing you to ask if you’d like to feature an article i wrote on Facebook ad targeting and how to target the right audience.
I think many people especially SME owners and digital marketers are interested to give facebook ads a go, but they may have a negative assumption that facebook ads are expensive and useless.
I know how busy you are, so if you are interested i can send you the article and you can check it out. I can make any changes if you’d like me to.
let me know what you think?
(ps, the font color for this form is very faint and can be quite hard for some people to see)
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