Rave Mobile Safety Presentation

Rave Mobile Safety Presentation

Creating Success with Facebook Boosting Posts Step 1: Creating & Promoting a Post The easiest way to advertise on Facebook is to Promote or Boost a post written to your organizations existing Facebook page. Only page admins can boost posts No Facebook page? Now might be a good time to launch one. Proprietary & confidential

Whats a Promoted Facebook Post? Your News Feed Their Message Proprietary & confidential Suggestions for Writing Your Post/Ad Decide what you want people to do after seeing the ad Sign up for Smart911 Decide where they are going to get more information www.smart911.com

Write something that is short, direct, & engaging Make the call to action clear. Create a Safety Profile, Sign up for Alerts, Download the App etc. Add photos or video links. Quality counts put your best foot forward Make sure you tag @Smart911, so we can share your post!

Proprietary & confidential Post Examples You create A/B tests of different copy to see which has a better response. Did you know @Smart911 is a free service available to keep your and your family safer? Smart911 lets you create a private and secure safety profile. Help 9-1-1 help you faster: www.smart911.com Have you signed up for @Smart911? Take some time to create a safety profile to help first responders help you during an emergency. Visit www.smart911.com to sign up today. Proprietary & confidential

Prepare to Promote the Post Start Here: Not recommended. When a page administrator makes a post, they are prompted to boost the post by clicking this button. You want to promote an invitation, not your entire page. It drives people to like your page, rather than learning to dance. The post will be labeled sponsored and put directly

into the newsfeeds of targeted people. Not recommended. This would put your ad into the right hand column. When was the last time you looked at the right hand column? Proprietary & confidential Step 2: Where and Who to Reach Create the Parameters of your Campaign Step by Step 1. Choose People you choose through targeting

1 2. Choose the audience (more on that on the next page) 5 3. Set the Budget.the Higher the Budget, the more people you will reach. This is subjective and based on trial/error at first. Start with $50 - $100 for 2 weeks. You can refine the budget as you get results. 2 3

4 4. Decide the length of the campaign. Recommend 2 weeks minimum. One month would be better. 6 5. Review your post in both desktop and mobile versions. If you dont like it, start over and edit the post 6. Click Boost and you will be taken to the payment page. Proprietary & confidential Define the Audience After you check People

you choose through targeting, you will be prompted to create a new audience. You will come to this page. Give the Audience a Name. Example: Residents with Access to Smart911 Decide on the geography of your audience using Location. For this example, I chose 10 miles from Sonoma and its surrounding cities. Base your choices on the

locations of your current residents. Proprietary & confidential Define the Audience Contd Adjust your age (25-65) and interest preference. Looking to hit a specific demographic? People who follow Safety Interests Choose your audiences interests based on your current members interests. Facebook may prompt some additional suggestions. Proprietary & confidential Audience Size

Audience Size Changes with Budget and Length of Campaign. Based on Facebook ad response rates, you want at least 1,000 people for each person you hope to respond to the campaign If the goal is 10 new people visit your website, you need at least 10,000 people. If your audience is too small, remove some of the interests or look for broader categories For example, if the budget is $100 for a 7 day campaign using the example audience on pages 8 & 9), Facebook will reach between 5,600 15,000 people. If we change the budget to $150, we will reach 8,300 to 22,000 people.

Note: Facebook prompts certain dollar amounts, but you can over-ride them. Test budget, campaign length and audience description to find the right mix for your organization. Proprietary & confidential Step 3: Measuring Success The goal of a sponsored/boosted Facebook post is to get people to click on your ad. Facebook is just a step towards engaging residents. Facebook Ad Click to

Learn More Your Web Site Evaluate how well your website meets these criteria Engaging residents about Safety Easy to understand Easy to navigate Clear directions on how to learn to sign up Encouraging

Offers an easy way to get questions answered Proprietary & confidential Step 5: Best Practices Facebook makes it easy to test. In the testing, your campaigns will become more effective and fruitful. Best Practices Send viewers to your website/Smart911, rather than Facebook page. It moves them closer to signing up. Send viewers to a specific page on your organizations websitededicated to telling them what they need to know about your safety service. Make it easy for them.

Target the audience most likely to sing up for your safety service instead of the audience you want to sign up for your safety service. Spend enough money and run the campaign long enough to make a difference. If it is not working after a week, test a different post or audience. Do not pull the advertising after a few days. Test geographies, interests and budgets. Proprietary & confidential Video Tutorial Resource from FB

https://www.facebook.com/business/learn/facebook-page-boost-posts/ Proprietary & confidential

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