Sponsored Facebook Ads
Of course the downside to promoting your company on such a populated forum is that it’s difficult to compete, especially considering there are 300 million photos uploaded every day. Only Facebook advertising of a high standard in terms of quality and originality get noticed. DesignWizard’s Facebook Ads templates make it easy to stand out from the crowd.
How to create Facebook Ads in 4 simple steps?
1. Select your background from of over 15.000 ready-made templates.
2. Select one of more than 1.200.000 images or upload your own image.
3. Change the color and text to your own branded Facebook Ads using of over 103 fresh fonts.
4. Share or download your own brand new Facebook Ads design.
Facebook Ads Color
Close your eyes and think of Facebook. Bet the first color you think of is blue. Marketers must remember this when designing Facebook advertising so as to avoid blending in. Vivid, warm colors like orange or red will instantly catch consumers eyes when placed against the cool background.
Of course, if your own brand’s color palette is similar, this is unfortunate but not hopeless! Choose a background, border or type-face that will contrast and pop.
Call to Action in Facebook Advertising
Command attention with attention grabbing words and call to actions such as SIGN-UP NOW – FREE – OFFER – DISCOUNT – WIN – it’s imperative to remember that price point is still consumers number one concern and let’s face it, everybody loves a bargain. It is important that Facebook marketing text is written in the largest font size and clever placement of color, texture and shadows will ensure your CTAs leap off the page. A great value proposition will always increase Facebook Ads click-through.
The Image in Facebook Advertising
The image you include in your Facebook Ads Image is a personal choice and should reflect the brand perfectly. (Although some businesses purposefully choose visuals for impact only and may not have any association with their brand.)
Avoiding excessive or fussy details in your Facebook Ads is recommended, for the most part the visual should be clear, support the text and sum up the message of the Facebook Advertising.
Keep accompanying text short and to the point. Sans Serif typography such as Raleway, Arvo, Fjalla Ones or Overlock are modern and impactful. Remember your text must remain legible even when viewed on small screens, opt for strong, straight, evenly-spaced letters that even the squintiest of social media scrollers can read with ease.
Facebook users love emotion and respond to it quickly and positively. Happy, smiling, laughing people tend to encourage more engagement in Facebook Ads. Children and animals feature in two of the Top Ten themes of most-shared images on social media and so are always a safe bet for your Facebook Ads image.
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