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Ad Wizard Paid Advertising Campaigns

 

Paid advertising can go a long way towards generating business and growing your customer base.  

Done right, Facebook ads can generate near-immediate traffic and interest in your listings. Still, many real estate agents face some confusion about the best way to use them. Use these ten tips to help grow your real estate business using Facebook advertising.

  1. Target Your Ads Precisely to Location ...
    Location, location, location! It's one of the crucial aspects of real estate, and it's also vital to your ads. Ads should always be targeted so they fall within your service area. You can narrow down your ads to states, cities, and zip codes.

  2. ... and to Demographic
    If you've spent a lot of time thinking about your ideal clientele, odds are you have factors like age and gender in mind. Growing families will have different real estate needs from retirees. Luckily, you have the ability to focus your ads on particular demographic categories.

  3. Piggyback Your Ad Targeting
    "Piggybacking" in this sense means using ad targeting that takes recent Page activity into account. For example, your ads can be presented to people who are active within "buying a first home" groups on Facebook. Sometimes, however, this will narrow the audience considerably.

  4. Use Engaging Visuals
    The visuals you choose to associate with your ad are remarkably important in achieving your goal. If you do not have a marketing background, it is always a safe idea to use smiling, happy people who represent your target demographic. Human figures promote an emotional connection.

  5. Brainstorm Your Heading Carefully
    Your headline is the part of your ad most likely to receive attention from casual website visitors. You should try to come up with 5-7 options for your headline before activating an ad. It needs to be short, precise, and eye-catching. Don't be tempted to merely head your ads with the name of your business.

  6. Rotate Your Ads on a Regular Basis
    People get tired of your ads, whether or not they've actually looked at them! Research shows that an ad has diminishing returns: It is most effective within the first week, dropping off within the second and third. Giving your ads a fresh look and text will keep eyes gravitating to them.

  7. Provide a Compelling Website Experience
    When people click on your ad, where are they going? Your website needs two things to succeed. First, it should be immediately obvious that people who clicked have arrived on the page they expected to see. Second, the site should be easy to use. Fill it with helpful, informative content, too.

  8. Use Newsfeed Ads, Not "Right Rail" Ads
    While there are many different options in the world of Facebook ads, one thing is for sure: Ads that show up right within a user's newsfeed get more clicks and more conversions than those that appear off to the right side. In general, you should structure your campaign around these.

  9. Understand the Purpose of Your Ads
    Your Facebook ads can have several goals, including social engagement and brand awareness. Most real estate agents, however, use them to generate leads directly on their website. If this describes you, be sure you have a complete "lead funnel" from ad to website to first client meeting.

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  10. Use Delta Media Group's Ad Wizard Tool
    Advertising is vital, but it might not be what excites you as a real estate agent! You don't have to reinvent the wheel: Simply use Delta Media Group's Ad Wizard™ tool. It provides you with an automated, fully-branded solution that even includes complete, professional ad designs.

With Ad Wizard™ you can create an entire paid advertising campaign for social media with just a few clicks. Ads and budgets can be simply managed through an easy-to-use interface right in the DeltaNet. Ad Wizard™ can run new ads whenever a new listing hits the market, an open house is scheduled, a price is reduced, or property sells.

Watch our video to learn more about getting started with our Ad Wizard™ tool found in the DeltaNet.

To find out more, contact us at Delta Media Group today.

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