The Facebook Pixel, also known as Meta Pixel, is a piece of code that tracks and collects data on user activity on your website for optimizing and personalizing ads. Setting up your Facebook Pixel can be a piece of cake with the right steps! The place to start? We’ll lead the way…
By verifying your domain, Facebook knows to associate your Page with your domain and gives only the rightful parties the green light to edit link previews and collect data for your website. There are 3 different methods of verifying your domain in Facebook Business Manager: DNS Verification, Meta Tags, & HTML File Upload. Learn how to verify your domain in Facebook Business Manager, share it with your agency, & more!
Why was your Facebook ad rejected? In another look at one of our Facebook ads training sessions, Veronica Jackson shares the steps to take if your Facebook ad was rejected (& why it was rejected in the first place).
If you’re new to Instagram or just want to dive into the basics, check out this Instagram Marketing blog post for quick steps to setting up an Instagram Business account, reasons why your business should be on Instagram, and more!
What are Instagram funnels? Originally designed by S.T. Elmo Lewis way, way back in 1891, the funnel concept was made to highlight the thoughts of potential customers. Descending through four layers, each one filtering out individuals, until the ones who remain are most likely to take action on the ad. Today, we at SocialMadeSimple are going to help you apply it to Instagram.
For a business to be successful in this modern world, it needs to produce successful Instagram Stories. Here at SocialMadeSimple, we recognize the struggle of recognition and created a list of 7 tried-and-true tips for gaining that creative edge in your Instagram Stories.
In the world of Facebook advertising, there are many moving parts, best practices, and a revolving door of new features to keep up with, so it’s completely normal to feel unsure of how to get started with Facebook ads. This article breaks down the 3 components of Facebook ads: the campaign, the ad set, and the ad itself. Learn not only what Facebook can do for your business, but all you need to know to build the confidence needed to get started with Facebook ads!