Lesson-12: Facebook Ads in 2020 : From Facebook Ads Beginner to EXPERT | Ankur Aggarwal

Hey guys, today we’ll be talking about Facebook
Ads. So personally for me, I love running ads. I love optimizing my ads, it helps me reach
a bigger audience- more people. So we will be talking about all of this in
today’s video, so stay tuned. Hey guys, welcome to the digital marketing
mastery course, and today’s topic is one of my favorites, it’s Facebook Ads. Majority of the marketers love Facebook Ads
as a marketing channel, just because of how amazing it is. In today’s lesson, I will tell you exactly
how you can set up your first ad on Facebook and make it live.

I will also be going through all the strategies,
all the tips and tricks that I personally use to run my Facebook Ads. And which you can implement on your Facebook
Ads strategy as well. Now to be honest, if I cover Facebook Ads
as a whole, it will take at least 10 – 15 hours, because it’s such a comprehensive
subject. But in this video, we’ll keep it short,
we’ll keep it brief but while covering the most important points. So make sure you’ll watch this video until
the end because you’ll be learning amazing amount of knowledge in this particular video.

So let’s get started with this video. So the first question comes, why should you
even consider FB Ads, right? Well Facebook has over 1.8 billion users as
of the last count. And not even this, the most important factor
is that people spend a lot of time on Facebook. The average amount of time that they spend
on Facebook every day is 17 minutes. And as a marketer, what you’ll love is,
that Facebook knows everything about you, it targets specific audience. They know what you like. They know what kind of people you follow,
they know what kind of food you like, they know the placed that you have visited.

They know your age, they know your gender,
they know your email ID, they know your preferences. They have their own AI working for them, so
they have a lot of data for all people that are on Facebook. And as a marketer, you’re only job is to
show your offer to the relevant audience. Like for me, I am teaching digital marketing. For me, my relevant audience is people who
are searching or thinking of becoming a digital marketer. So later in the video I will tell you how
I am targeting all these people. You will be amazed by the power of Facebook,
the amount of targeting it offers, the amount of options it offers.

And I think one of the best parts is that
Facebook is one of the most cost-effective advertising platform. In my experience I’ve seen that the customer
acquisition cost from Facebook is much lower compared to other channels. But that can be domain specific as well. But on general trend, Facebook is much cheaper,
but then again the Facebook Ads is also increasing by the years. As the environment becomes more competitive. But even in 2019, even in coming years 2020,
I still think that Facebook will still have a lot of power in terms of advertising revenue.

And also the acquisition of Facebook of Instagram,
also adds to the power capability in terms or marketing channel in Facebook Ads. So this video won’t be like, where I’ll
be going into the presentation and I’ll be teaching you Facebook Ads. It doesn’t work like that. Just like other lessons as well, everything
is practice-based, everything is case study-based. So in this video, I will be taking my- this
video course as a case study.

And I will be telling you all the strategies,
all the thinking that I Facebook Ads campaing for the same. So let’s directly go to Facebook Ads. Now there are 2 ways to access Facebook Ads,
either you can go to your profile, click this dropdown button, and click on “manage ads”. This will drive you to this Facebook Ads page,
where you can start with your Facebook campaign. But I use business manager, so to access this
you go to: “business.facebook.com”. So this is a business manager. So why do I use a business manager compared
to an Ads account, directly from the profile? The reason being I also have multiple clients,
for them I also run Facebook Ads. So with business manager you can run Facebook
Ads for multiple clients, from the same platform.

Unlike going to the ads account of each page,
again get access to all these pages, all these Facebook Ad accounts in one single account
and then run ads for them. This business manager account I just created
for this particular video. So this is why you don’t find any clients
here. So to run any Facebook Ads, you need to first
connect a Facebook page to your ad account. So this is my Facebook page, “facebook.com/dmankur”. So this is the page we’ll be using for running
our Facebook Ads. So I’ve already connected this page to my
business manager account here.

So I’ll click here. I go to my ad account. So this is the dashboard for your ad account. This is how it will look. This is my name, “Ankur Aggarwal” and
this is my ad ID. Right now we are not running any campaign,
because this account I just created for this video purpose. So this might look complex, but once you watched
this video until then end, you will know more about this dashboard. So the first thing you need to understand
before running the Facebook Ads, is that you have to understand the structure of a Facebook
Ad. So this really good image related to a structure
of a Facebook Ad. So at the top level, there’s campaign. Then there are “ad sets”, then there are
“ads”. It’s important that you understand the difference
between all the three. Because this will help you in creating good
ads. So the first thing is the campaign, campaign
is the objective of your Ad.

Like for me, I’ve created this free digital
marketing course. So my objective is to drive traffic to this
landing page, and get the email IDs of the relevant audience. Similarly if you are an ecommerce store like
Flipkart, Snapdeal or Amazon. Then your objective will be to drive people
from social media to your website so that they can purchase. But let’s say you’re running a blog and
you want more traffic for your blog, so your objective will be to drive traffic to your
blog. So we’ll be going through all the different
kind of objectives on the Facebook dashboard. But for understanding purpose, I hope you
understood the basic idea behind the campaign. Campaign is more like the goal of your ad
campaign. Then comes the ad set.

Ad set level, you decide what kind of targeting
you want. Like for me, my campaign objective was to
drive traffic to my landing page so that I can get more email IDs, so my ad set would
be all the different targeting I am doing. Let’s say I am targeting the college students,
then one of my ad sets will be “college students”. I might also be targeting working professionals,
like people who are currently doing a job and are at the age of let’s say 23 – 25,
then that can also be a different ad set. So the ad set level, you set the budget, like
how much money you are willing to spend on a daily basis, and also the audience segment. To which audience should your ad be displayed
to. I hope this was clear. Then comes the ads. So for each ad sets, you’ll be creating
multiple ads. Like for me, if I’m creating an ad set,
let’s say for college students who are doing engineering and are at the age bracket of
18 – 22, so that’s my ad set.

Then I might be running few different ads,
like “join my free course”. I might be running image, I might be running
video ads. So we’ll be going through all of these on
the Facebook dashboard. But just for the understanding purpose, campaign
is the objective of your whole ad strategy. Second comes the ad sets, where you are setting
the targeting of your ad. Like which people should your ad be shown
to. Then comes the ads, the actual ads that will
be shown to these people.

So here you can see that I’ve only created
few campaigns here. So you also should know the naming convention
of campaign because it will be much more easier for you later, when you’re running multiple
campaigns. To actually differentiate between them all
and to understand the statistics in a much easier way. So here I have FDMC, FDMC stands for “free
digital marketing course”. So I have segmented it, the first word is
FDMC then “conversion” meaning this campaign has the objective as conversion.

Because I want more emails on my landing page,
that is a conversion objective. Similarly, I’ve also named a campaign FDMC
“traffic to article” so I’ve written this article on why people should learn digital
marketing, so here the objective is traffic. Similarly I’ve also created a “post engagement”,
here the objective is to get more likes, more comments, etc. So to create a new campaign all you have to
do is create- click here “create”. Enter your campaign name. Let’s keep he campaign name as “test FDMC”. Buying time, I’ll just leave it like that. Now the campaign objective, this is extremely
important. So Facebook offers you a lot of options, like
this brand awareness, there’s reach, there’s app install… I can go through all of them, but then again
it will take multiple hours. But the popular ones will be the traffic,
the video views, the lead generation, page likes, etc.

So I’ll just give an overview of few of
them. So whenever you are doing digital marketing,
there will be a concept called “funnels”. So whenever you want new customers for your
business, so it goes through different cycles. First is the “awareness”, then comes the
“consideration” and then comes the “conversion”. So first you have to make people aware that
your product or services exist. Then you’ll have to drive them to some valuable
content, or get their email ID, or show them some video or let them install some app. The second step is the consideration where
you make the people interact with your brand. It may be driving traffic to your article,
it may be making them watch a video, making them like your page or messaging them, talking
to them, stuff like that.

Then comes the final objective of conversion. Conversion is when you are actually making
people buy your product or service, or it could be another conversion goal. So when we talk about brand awareness, when
we talk about brand awareness, generally the startup of the companies that are starting
up. Honestly this is not that very effective. Because the budget requirement is high, so
personally I only use the traffic and the conversion campaign here. But since I’m starting out, I’ll also
use the post engagement. I might also use “page like” to increase
the basic like of my page to at least 1,000 or 10,000 to get social credibility. Secondly I could also write a great article
on my website on why people should learn digital marketing and drive them from Facebook to
my article. I can also create a video and upload it to
YouTube and run it as ads. So in this video I might be showing myself
and telling people that why digital marketing is the future, why they should add digital
marketing as a skill in their resume and how learning digital marketing can also help them
get different jobs.

Then comes the conversion goal, so for me,
the conversion goal is to get the email ID of the people. So majority of my Facebook Ads are trying
to drive people to this landing page. Learn digital marketing for free. And when someone comes in, like enters their
name in the email address, that is the conversion objective for me. I hope it was clear. So let’s run a traffic campaign here. And we won’t be doing this split test, we
won’t be doing campaign budget optimization… so leave- leave this like that.

So crate new ad set. So here we have created the goal of our ad
strategy, the campaign is “Test FDMC” and we will be driving traffic to a particular
article, here comes the ad set. Let’s say I am targeting college students
who are in engineering and in the age of 18 – 22, okay. So I’ll write “FDMC College Engineering
18 – 22…” and let’s say we are only targeting Dehli, NCR.

Okay. And let’s say we are creating “FDMC Image
Ad”. Okay, click “save to drafts”. So this will create a campaign, an ad set
and one single ad for you. You can navigate through them easily using
this. You can go directly to the ad set, or directly
to the ad and see all the options here. So let’s go to the campaign level, let’s
first go to the campaign level… we already have selected the traffic… budget… buying
time is “auction”. And campaign spending limit, you can set a
limit here as well That I want to spend let’s say 5,000 rupees as my limit here. You can able this option as well if you want
to distribute your budget according to various ad sets.

But I’ll keep this off as of now. Everything is automatically saved, so you
don’t have to click any “save” or “save changes” anywhere. It is just automatically saved. So let’s go to the ad set level. So Facebook will also give you this blue bar
just to guide you, if you are just using it for the first time. So here for the ad set level we have selected
“FMDC (free digital marketing course) college student who are into engineering and in the
age bracket of 18 – 22 and living in Delhi, NCR”. Since our objective was traffic, so we have
selected here “website”. That we will be driving people to a particular
website. You can also drive them to an app or messenger.

Messenger is a more advanced concept, I won’t
be covering it in this particular video. But if you guys are interested in that, I
will create a video and upload it on YouTube. Now these are all options that Facebook gave
just to make your job easier. But I personally don’t use them, like “create
a dynamic content”. I like to create the content myself because
I want them exactly like the way that I want. So I often leave that… Budget and schedule. So this is important, here you’ll be mentioning
exactly how much money you want to spend on this particular ad set.

You have to understand that these are limited
on varying on campaign level and then there’s this limit relying on the ad set level. So these are two different limits. On campaign level we selected the limit to
5,000 rupees, but here on the ad set level- let’s say we are creating 10 different ad
sets. And each ad set gets around 500 rupees. Or you can increase the ad set, let’s say
for this particular ad set, I increase the value to 1,000 and for the other ad set I
can keep it to 500. So it’s your choice. So let’s say keep the budget here as 1,000
rupees. And I want the start day as 26, as soon as
possible… and don’t schedule the end date. Run as “ongoing”… I don’t want to end this campaign. I want it to keep running so I leave this-
or you can even select “end the campaign” on a period date. I don’t want it so I keep it this way. Now here it gives you the option of selecting
the audience, word is custom audience… so let’s keep… now you have this option of
“custom audience” we will be talking about it later on the video.

Here comes the audience section where we’ll
be selecting everything. Like we created the “FDMC College Engineering
18 – 22 Delhi NCR”. So here we can set the targeting here. But you might be wondering why am I targeting
college students who are doing engineering and are in this age bracket of 18 – 22. Let’s say you start a startup and you don’t
know exactly who your target customer is. See I’ve already done my research. I know that majority of college students are
looking for the digital marketing training. Let’s say in your business or in your startup,
you clearly don’t know your customer after… so for that, Facebook again makes your life
easier, so they gave this option of… audiences, so click here. Here as well Facebook makes your job easier,
they give this option of audience insights.

So go to “ads manager” here and click
on “audience insights”. Click it here “everyone on Facebook”. Now this is awesome. This will make your job so much easier, because
you can easily know who your target audience is, what’s the age bracket, what do they
do, are they employed, are they single, are they mothers, are they male or female? It will give you a very good idea to understand
who your customer is and then making the ad set will be much more easier and also- so
it will help in your creation. So let’s- I don’t want people from the
United States… I want to check for India… Okay, I want the age bracket to be 18 to-
let’s skip it. I want to check for all the gender… my interest
will be “digital marketing”.

Because I’ve created a course for digital
marketing. So now look what data Facebook is giving me. So people who have an interest in digital
marketing out of all the people who are active on Facebook, which are I think in billions…
so 7 million to 8 million are active people who are in the digital marketing space who
have an interest in digital marketing. And see the amount of amazing insights I’ve
got here. That 85% of those people are men. So like in my ad set level, instead of showing
my ads to both the genders, I can keep my ad set more targeted towards men. Because now I know that majority of my audience
are men. So men are more likely to converse into a
digital marketing course than compared to a female.

Otherwise I would have wasted- or maybe the
acquisition cost for a women is much higher compared to a male. So this insight will really help me in drafting
my ad set and also my creator. Now can you relate why I kept my ad set as
college students, who are in the age bracket of 16 – 22. Because I knew that in engineering college,
majority of the students are male, and secondly I kept the age bracket at 18 – 22 because
I knew that majority of the people who are interested in digital marketing are in that
age bracket. This is why audience insight plays a major
role in drafting your Facebook Ad campaign. You get so much more data like majority of
the people of this 7 million to 8 million monthly active people, 72% are single. And only 21% people are married. And this is why I am targeting college students.

76% of all these people are still in college. So these are the insights of likely industries
where people work based on the self-reported data. We have already checked the demographics,
let’s go for “page likes”. So this will show you the other pages that
people are interested in… so this is definitely not the exact data, but this one does not
sound relevant because “Tata Crucible” or how this went… I’m not sure how this is related to digital
marketing. But then again… as for location, let’s
see what kind of data we can get in “location”. Okay, so let’s sort it through the selected

I’ve sorted it through the percentages and
you can see that 7% of these people are living in Dehli. So Dehli will be the hear market for me, because
I know that majority of the Delhi people are interested in digital marketing. So you can see a trend here that Mumbai, Bangalore,
Hyderabad, Pune… so you can see that all these cities have percentages for digital
marketing. So in my ad set level, where I’ll be setting
my targeting, I’ll try to select the tier one cities of Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and
Hyderabad. Instead of showing my ad all across India. You don’t want to spend extra money on people
who are not going to buy or people who are not going to complete your campaign goal.

My goal is to get people to my landing page,
and get their email IDs. So I wouldn’t want to post my ad on a tier
two city, because I already have the data that majority of the people who are interested
in digital marketing live in the tier one cities of Dehli, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad,
etc. So this is another important data that I got
from audience insight. Now let’s go to “activity” and see what
kind of data we get here. So this shows the data on how likely are they
to click on the ads, how likely are they to like the posts, or how likely are they to

So this gives us some semblance of how other
people interact with the Facebook post. So this is another important insight. Majority of the people who are interested
in digital marketing are using mobile instead of a desktop. And also around 85% of these people are using
Android. So this insight tells me that my landing page
should be mobile optimized and highly mobile optimized, because majority of the audience
are using mobile. And secondly in my ad set level as well, I
don’t have to select both desktop and mobile, because from this data alone I know that I
only need to target the mobile audience and not the desktop audience.

Yes, I can target the desktop audience as
well, but I want my initial campaign to be highly targeted. That’s why I’ll keep it to mobile. So after getting these insights, let’s go
to our ad set level and finalize all the settings there. So here again we are at the ad set level-
so to reach here all you have to do is go to campaigns > Test FDMC and click on, this
is the ad set level now, FDMC College Engineering ages 18 – 22 Delhi NCR, click here on “edit”
and this will open up. So on the right hand side as well, Facebook
will give you an estimation of how many people you can reach and how people are most likely
to click on the links.

So here we have selected India and let’s
keep the age bracket from 18 – 22. Gender, right now I am targeting all – men
and women. But in our data we knew that mean are more
likely to opt for digital marketing. Because I wanted to test the market and I
also wanted to check how much money I need in converting a male versus female audience. So I’ll keep it to “all” as of now. And I can also change it from India, because
with India we’ll be covering the tier 2 and tier 3 cities as well. So I can remove that and I can mention “Delhi,
India”. And since I am targeting Delhi, NCR, we can
also include “Gurgaon”… we can also include “Noida” and we can also include
the other parts as well, but right now we’ll keep it here. So you can see that the potential reach is
6.9 million people. And your ad might be shown to approximately
11,000 – 59,000 people.

And it might generate 200 – 300 clicks. But these are estimates, these are not the
exact data. But these are more like the ballpark figure. So I’ve selected my location, I have selected
my age bracket, I’ve also selected my gender, languages I’ll keep it like that. Now let’s select the detailed targeting. “Include people who match at least one of
the following”. So I am targeting people who have shown interest
in digital marketing. So I’ll write, “digital marketing” here. So interest, you can see on interest is “digital
marketing”. So people who might have liked a page regarding
digital marketing or anything like that.

People who are showing some kind of interest
on digital marketing will be covered in this. Now digital marketing is also synonymous with
“online marketing”. So I’ll also add online marketing here. Okay we’ll add online advertising here,
but this is not directly related so… let’s keep it just digital marketing here. So you can see that the audience got narrower. Earlier it was 1.6 million I guess, now it’s
420,000 just because we’ve added an interest here as well. Earlier it was just the location and the age
bracket and the gender. Now we have targeted people who have shown
an interest in digital marketing. Because these people are more likely to click
on my ad. You can add more interest as well. This is more like an “or statement” like
either this, or that. I can also add the skill here as affiliate
marketing… now this is the or statement. So this is, like either people who are interested
in this or this. Not an “and”. Right. You can also exclude people if you want. If you don’t want people who are interested
in let’s say “search engine optimization”.

So this way, you’ll be targeting people
who have an interest on affiliate marketing, or digital marketing, but have not shown any
interest in search engine optimization. So we’ll remove this because we want to
create an ad set who have show an interest in digital marketing. We won’t be selecting a connection on the
connection part, just leave it like that. And go to “placement”. Now there are two options, either you go to
“automatic placements”, Facebook wants you to go to automatic placements. This will help you show your ads to the maximum
people, what this’ll do is, you have a particular budget for your ad set, which we kept it around
1,000 rupees, now Facebook what will do is- it will now divide the budget in multiple
“buckets” and show your ad on all multiple platforms that Facebook has.

Like if you go to “edit placement” here. See your ad can go to multiple places here,
like feeds- the Facebook feeds, that is the primary- the most important real estate. Then it can be shown as instant article, it
can be shown on the right column, in the marketplace and also since Instagram was purchased by
Facebook, so you can also run Instagram Ads directly from Facebook here. I want to run my ads on Instagram as well. So on the feeds and on the stories of Instagram. Similarly there are various places as well
like the Messenger Ads, the Audience network. So Facebook gives you a lot of options in
terms of the ad placement. So either you can edit the placement, if you
don’t want to show your ad on Instagram. Let’s say… so you can just uncheck it
here. And the ad won’t be shown to Instagram. But this will only come on the “edit placement”.

If you want Facebook to decide, which the
ad should be shown on all platforms, go to the automatic placement. This again depends on your ad strategy, what
you are looking for, what kind of audience you want and kind of content you are creating. My recommendation is to test everything. So initially I go to the automatic placement
because I want to see, I want to get the data itself. Like how the ad is performing on various different
channels. And once I have some data, then I can finalize. “Okay, so these are the channels that are
best performing.” So I can, increase the bucket size there. So I’ll be going for the automatic placement. And right now I have created a traffic campaign,
so I will be going for the link clicks. I want to people to click on the link and
go to my landing page, which is this. So a good strategy is to add bit cap as well. If you don’t want the per click cost to
be about 20 rupees, so you can like, add it here, so you don’t want any audience where
the link click might cost you more than 20 rupees.

I don’t want it because I am looking for
the data first, I want to know exactly how the funnel is behaving. So right now, I’m not adding a bit cap. These are things are more advance, so I’ll
leave it right now. And also you don’t have to worry about that. Keep it just the way it is. So on the right side you can see that we’re
targeting approximately 4 lakh 20,000 people. Who are living in Delhi, NCR region, who are
in the age bracket of 18 – 22, who are in the gender all, and now we have to select
the college and the engineering part. So the popular engineering college in Dehli,
NCR. I am from NSIT, so let’s add… Netajil Subhash Engineering College. Add Indian Institute of Technology, INT Delhi…
and similarly you can add, more colleges as well. So you have to understand this is the “or
logic”. So we re targeting students who are either
in these two colleges or have an interest in digital marketing. Now I have added this interest here because
I know that people who have shown interest in digital marketing are highly likely to
join my free digital marketing course.

But this might be an audience where people
have not shown an interest in digital marketing, because they are currently in the college. So this are the core audience. People who are unaware of your brand, people
who have no idea what digital marketing is. So I want to show my ad to these people as
well. So you have to understand the “or logic”
behind this ad. So these are the various ways you can create
an ad set for your Facebook Ad campaign. Now let’s go to the ad level. FDMC, Image Ad. So here you’ll be creating final ad. And before hitting the “publish” button. So I’ve already connected my “learn digital
marketing” page here.

This is my page here. You can also create an Instagram account,
like I have my Instagram account here. Now either you can use an existing post, that
you created previously or you can create a new ad. There are many variations, you can create
an ad with an image, or a video. You can also create a carousel ad, where you
can see multiple images, where you can scroll through them. You can also create a collection. We are creating an image ad here. So there are various recommendations that
you have to follow. The image ad size, the recommended image ratio,
you can do that, create an image. For the Facebook image ad creation, you can
use Canva. I use it in creating my images. Be it my video thumbnails, be it my Facebook
ad images, I create everything here in Canva itself. It’s a free software. So you can use the same. When you go to “home”. Click here “browse all”. And search for “facebook ads”. So here you can see Facebook ads, click here
and you can create an ad for yourself.

So click here, and you can create a Facebook
image for your ad. And you can use the image in the Facebook
backend. So coming back to here, you can upload an
image here. Add the link, add the text that goes along
with the image. Add your website URL. And a display link, the headline and the link
description as well. And also you can change the call to action
from “learn more” to various others “get offer” “get course”, etc. And on the right hand side you’ll keep a
preview look of your ad. Now we have already created an ad for this. Let me show you our examples. So let’s go for the conversion campaign
that we’ve created for our digital marketing course. Let’s go to college, engineering and let’s
check the ads. You can see here my ad. So let’s look at the ad level here. I’ve connected my page and my Instagram
account. I’m running an ad with an image or a video,
so this is the one I’ve selected. I’ve already uploaded my image, the same
image was created using Canva.

So I’m driving people to my website, you
can see here, website. And for the text, I have this text… “stop,
stop, stop… why to pay thousands, when you can learn digital marketing for free. It’s time to become a job-ready digital
marketer in just a few days”. Some of the benefits…. The copy of your add is extremely important
because see whenever someone is going through their Facebook feed, the first thing that
will make them stop is your image. How amazing your image is, how click-worthy
your image is. And after their eyes will stop, they’ll
start reading this.

So make sure you have a text, where you’re
showing the benefits, the value you are offering, so that people will click on the sign up,
or the call to action and do the desired action. Like for me, it’s to drive people to my
landing page. So I have written the best benefits of this
course, like 20+ free comprehensive videos, fee access, free bonuses, free worksheets,
and daily live sessions for doubt solving. So these are the primary benefits that I’m
offering. And also I am following a color scheme. This is the same color scheme of the image
that is the color scheme of my website, and I’m also looking at the text, so that people
can follow my eye and start looking at the text, “learn digital marketing for free”. This is my main call to action, and also I’m
saying, 1,000+ active learners, sign up now for free. So this is my ad, and this is the website

The landing page URL that I have created. So I am using this, so people can click on
the “sign up” and go to my landing page. So display link is ankuraggarwal.in, you can
see here. So the headline is the main line that is here,
before the call to action. And also you can see the preview of your ad
in various formats, like desktop news feed, it will be shown, like this. This is the news feed ad description, so this
description will be coming here “follow our step by step email video course”. Similarly you can check it on instant article,
Facebook in-stream video and various other ways like, to check how it looks on Instagram,
you can click on Instagram feed. So this is how the ad will look on Instragram. “Stop, stop, stop… why pay for thousands”. You can also scroll through here, like…
checking the ads on various different placements. So this is how you upload the image for the
Facebook Ads. Once again I’ll mention that you can create
the image on Canva, you have to write some click-worthy text here, check the main benefits
and then click on the call to action.

And also we are checking the images here,
so this is not the only image that we are using. We have created multiple variants of this
image. Like the same text, the same call to action. But a different image. Similarly another image. So we have created 6 other variants of this
image. Because we will be A/B testing everything. So we’ll be checking which image is getting
us the best conversion rate. And also the cheapest conversion. Because again your goal is to spend the least
money, so we’ll be checking which image is getting us the most conversion at the cheapest
price. So you can do this as well. So this is how you’ll be creating your first
Facebook Ad. After completing everything, all you have
to do is click on publish. And within few hours your Facebook Ad will
be live, if everything is set up perfectly. So guys, this was it on how to create your
first campaign, your first ad set, and your first Facebook Ads and make it live. And now there are many different options,
as well like adding a Facebook Pixel, creating multiple audiences like custom audiences.

So I’ll just be giving you an overview about
that, but not going into detail. So let’s go to the audience segment here,
so audience sis the- Facebook gives you the option of creating a custom audience and also
a localized audience. Let me take my own example here. I want to create an audience, of all the people
who visit this landing page, but do not enter their email ID. Let’s say out of a hundred people, 30 people
entered their email ID. And 70 people don’t. So if I want to create a segment of this 70
people, I can create a custom audience. So what I’ll do is, I’ll create a custom
audience here, website traffic. So here you can see that Angkur Aggarwal’s
Pixel, so Facebook will give you a code, so just like Google Analytics code, Facebook
will also give you a code, I’ve already added that code on my website. So the code is already added to this website
on the header section. So Facebook is able to track their pixel. You can see a green dot here, this is because
Facebook knows that the pixel is already on my website.

So I can click on all website visitors, or
people who have visited specific webpages, I can click here, and select the URL of this
page. The URL contains this, and for the refined
by, excluding people who have visited the specific web page then I will add the link
of the page here where people go to, once they opt to my landing page. So this will create an audience of all the
people, who come on the landing page but do not enter their email ID.

So this is a custom audience. Now what are the use of this custom audience. With the help of this custom audience, the
first use, that again you can show a different ad for these people. Maybe after showing a different kind of ad,
or maybe creating video for these people, and telling them exactly why they should be
learning digital marketing. Then you can again bring these 70 people back
and maybe few of them will again, opt in. Or the second thing that you can do is, create
a look-alike audience. Now here you can see there’s another option
of lookalike audience. Now what is lookalike audience? Now Facebook’s power is data. They have a huge amount of data. So from your custom audience, you can create
lookalike audience, it’s more like Facebook will find similar kind of people for you,
on the basis of the custom audience. So let’s say I created a custom audience
of people who have entered their email ID on my landing page. Because these people have shown an interest
in my digital marketing course. And let’s say I want more people who are
like this.

So what I’ll do instead, I’ll create a
lookalike audience. And I’ll choose a source here. I can choose the source as custom audience,
and I can select the audience that I want. So here I can choose any of the custom audience
like, people who have opted in to FDMC, people who have opted in location, I’ll set it
to India. I want more people in India. And I’ll create a lookalike audience of
1 person. Now 1% is highly targeted, 2% will again decrease
the targeting and when you go to 10%, then you will be able to reach more people, but
then again they won’t be more targeted.

In the end you want targeted people. So I usually keep the lookalike audience to
1%. So by creating this lookalike audience, what
am I doing? I am creating- what this lookalike audience
will do is, Facebook will try to find all the people based on the custom audience that
we are giving it. The custom audience is, people who have opted
in our landing page. So Facebook will use AI or use all the data
they have and try to find all the similar people for me.

Now this might be confusing for some of you,
so if you still have question ask it in the comment section or in the Facebook group. I’ll explain more in detail. But this is the power of lookalike audience. This helps in really expanding your audience,
reaching more people and really maximizing the potential of your Facebook Ads campaign. I personally use lookalike audience a lot. Custom audience and lookalike audience are
2 amazing features of Facebook. What I’ll do is, I won’t be able to cover
everything about Facebook Ads in this particular lesson. What I’ll do is that I’ll create a more
advanced video as well. Where I’ll be covering custom audience,
lookalike audience and the pixel and all in detail as well.

So this was it about Facebook Ads, I’ve
already covered the majority of things. The primary important things. The audience insight will be used for finding
your audience avatar. And then you can create your ads, and then
you can create the custom audience here and the lookalike audience here. Here you’ll get the pixel of your Facebook,
which will be added to you header section. Then again, keep checking keep searching the
audience, keep looking for it. This is how I have learned. This is how you will learn. You must be having question, I’m sure. Ask it in the Facebook group. Be part of our Facebook live sessions because
there I answer all the questions and also share a lot of tips and strategies. So this was it about Facebook Ads.

I hope you understood it, I hope I was able
to make it clear for you guys and I’ll see you in the next video. Hey guys, I hope you have understood the basics
of Facebook Ads. Now I have a task for you. now go out there and run your first Facebook
Ads campaign. And share your results on our Facebook group. In the next video we will be talking about
Google Adworks..

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