It takes years to build a trusted relationship with a customer. It takes one bad decision to lose it all in a split-second.
There are two cases where it really makes sense to run a Facebook Ad. But it cannot be a standalone strategy. Let’s look at what needs to be set up before you start running ads or boosting posts, so that you don’t spend your money on useless “eyeballs.”
The promise of the Internet has been ruined by advertising. There is no article you can read, video you can view, or social feed you can scroll through without being interrupted by some advertiser’s desperate attempt to steal your attention. Every time I experience this, I feel like I’ve been Rickrolled.
If we look at advertising like pollution, could we make the worst offenders pay a price for making us suffer bad ads? In this week’s episode, I explore the concept of Advertising Offset Credits and the cost of aggressive, self-serving advertising.
As the harsh spotlight illuminates dark posts, Russian ads and who-know-what-else, expect a backlash against Facebook. It may come in the form of regulations or user revolt, but it’s going to change Facebook a lot. It’s not a matter of if, but when. So if you use Facebook to promote your business or connect with customers, what can you do to prepare yourself?
Once a podcast reaches a certain level, it’s time to at least consider getting sponsorships. Let’s look at the positives and negatives in monetizing a podcast – and how it applies to this show in particular.