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3 Copywriting Tips For Facebook Ads

3 Copywriting Tips For Facebook Ads


Alright, in this video you’re going to discover
three copyrighting tips for Facebook ads. Before I get into that, if you would like
to learn some strategies that insiders are using right now to get a 248% ROI with paid
media, I’ve got a special video for you. Just click the link below right now. Now, you have
to keep in mind that people are on Facebook for a specific reason, and it’s not to buy
your products or services. It’s actually to socialize and connect with friends, find out
what’s going on in other people’s lives. So, your copy, really, first of all, needs to
be conversational in nature, just like a status update. So, you know, if you go with really
hardcore, typical marketing, it’s not going to work as well on Facebook as if you’re really
conversational, and you’re just like talking one on one with a person through your ad copy.
Now, in that ad copy, it also really has to speak to the prospect’s self-interest. They
want–people will only respond to things that really speak to a result that they had in
their life or some type of pain that they’re trying to avoid. So make sure that your copy
is speaking to that self-interest and then promises a specific benefit that they will
achieve along the lines of that self-interest. Then the third piece to that is you need to
make sure that the solution that you’re promising them is something that’s quick and easy, or
that it’s perceived as being quick and easy. And you’ll typically want to do this by putting
a specific time frame on when they can achieve the result that you’re promising in your copy.
Alright, and the third piece to the copyrighting tips is that your ad really needs to have
some type of an easy solution for your prospect. Nobody wants to take a long time to achieve
the results that they’re looking for, and so within your copy, you want to be specific
as to the time frame that they’re going to achieve the benefit that you’re promising
in your ad. So if you combine all three of those elements into your ad copy on Facebook,
where you’re conversational, you’re speaking to the person’s self-interest, and you’re
providing a solution that’s quick and easy, you’ll have a winning ad every single time.
One thing you need to understand is that online advertising is becoming increasingly difficult
to pull off successfully using the traditional methods because people are simply becoming
blind to them. The most effective way to combat this is using native advertisements, which
is just a fancy term for ads that look similar to the content around them. It sounds counterintuitive,
but the best way to get noticed is to actually blend in. Think of soap operas and infomercials.
They’re the original native ads and have been running successfully for decades, selling
billions of dollars of products. Now, if you want to start leveraging native ads, there’s
two choices you can make. You can go out and spend all the time and money trying to figure
them out on your own, or you can just click the image on the right. That will take you
to a page where you can get free instant access to a special video I put together just for
you. It’s called 17 Advanced Native Advertising Secrets Insiders use to get 248% ROI Right
Now. These are all techniques that have been proven to work through multiple tests across
the 22 accounts I manage for clients and myself. You can use them to drive sales of products
or to generate leads for selling high ticket products and services over the phone. It will
literally save you massive amounts of time and money, so go ahead and click that image
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2 thoughts on “3 Copywriting Tips For Facebook Ads

  1. Thanks Jason Hornung Agency for your awesome "3 Copywriting Tips For Facebook Ads" video.
    I also use this to manage facebook ads which works great for me: http://www.clkmg.com/clickngo/createfacebookads

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