Are you trying to figure out how to incorporate Facebook Ads into your advertising strategy for your funeral home? If that’s the case, then today’s post is perfectly suited for you. In fact, we’ll be discussing all the particulars on how to appropriately utilize the Facebook Ads manager for better Ads. As well as some great tips to improve ad conversion and boost sales.
I’m pretty sure by now, you’ve come across the many complexities associated with creating funeral Ads. In fact, one of the major issues is striking a balance between business and empathy. In the eyes of the aggrieved, your business needs to look and sound believable.
You need to be the solution to the current emotional crisis that the family is going through. And you’ve got to convince them that by selecting your funeral service, they will be sending their deceased to the afterlife in the best possible way.
So here’s how to get started!
- Focus your attention to the best parts of your content
Even though boosted posts don’t always work miracles in regards to your return of investment, they can still be an effective tool to use. You’ve got to ensure that they’ve got a pretty solid engagement.
So whenever you see one of your posts is doing pretty well in terms of traffic, then it’s up to you to boost it. This will no doubt help boost traffic to your online funeral business significantly.
Because you’ve got to understand this; when you boost great content to your site, you get cheaper click prices.
- Split Test your Ads for more promising results
I bet this song has been on repeat for quite a while now. The art of split testing your Facebook-Ads. Where shall we begin? Well, in future, I’ll divulge more with a blog geared on that. For now, I’ll touch base on some pointers you’ve got to follow through on. First of all, when split testing, you’ve got to focus on the different types of demographics present. What age, job-class, and gender will you be focusing on? In the case of your funeral home, you can have certain demographic factors such as;
- Deceased in the middle-age category
- Parents who have lost their children
- Children who have lost a parent (s)
- Friends who have lost their colleagues etc.
Ideally, you would want to test each keyword on its own, but that would consume a mammoth of a budget! So what’s the next best thing? Start by categorizing keywords according to the behavior of demographics and interests.
For example, you can have keywords focusing on hearse, urn, or casket services.
- Track your conversions using Facebook Pixel
Tracking your conversions and sales is a great way to figure out which ads are performing the best and which ads are struggling. And you can do this using Facebook Pixel. This makes it easier for you to prioritize and focus your attention on Ads that are bringing you results. As well as to improve the ones that might be slowing down your overall campaigning strategy
In parting, these are but a few words of counsel to ease you into the complex world of funeral home advertising. And you’ve got to admit it, Facebook advertising for your funeral home is no walk in the park, especially if you’re a first timer. So if you’d love to know more about maneuvering the complexities of Facebook advertising for funeral homes, don’t hesitate to book a free consultation with 4SpotMarketing today!