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Facebook Ads Not Converting? Here's How to Fix itif you're trying to generate leads with,facebook ad

Andrew Hubbard

Updated on Jan 23,2023

Facebook Ads Not Converting? Here's How to Fix it

if you're trying to generate leads with,facebook ads whether it's sending people,to a free opt-in like a cheat sheet or a,checklist maybe it's to a webinar or,even a quiz if you're trying to get,people to sign up to an email list from,facebook ads and you're getting lots of,clicks but not many conversions then,this video is going to help you fix that,i'm going to walk you through the five,main reasons why clicks don't turn into,conversions or leads and what you can do,to fix it we'll start with the most,common problems and then we'll work,through to the ones that are less common,but still just as capable of completely,derailing a conversions campaign so not,only will this video be helpful to you,right now but it's also a great,checklist to work through every time you,start a new conversions campaign or a,campaign where you want to generate,leads and for that reason i've created a,downloadable version for you which you,can grab in the description below so,make sure you go grab that after you,watch the video now let's talk about the,first reason why clicks might not be,turning into conversions and that's,because you might have chosen the wrong,campaign objective the campaign,objective that we choose actually tells,facebook what we want to get from our,advertising campaign so if you were to,for example choose a website traffic,campaign then facebook is going to send,you website traffic it is not,necessarily going to send you,conversions so by choosing the traffic,objective you tell facebook hey i want,people to click my ad and visit my,website facebook will then go and show,your ad to people that it knows are,likely to click it will not show your ad,to people who are necessarily likely to,convert so by choosing the traffic,objective what ends up happening is you,get exactly what you've told facebook,you want you get traffic,you don't get what you really want in,this case which is conversions or leads,so the way to solve this is simply by,choosing the conversions objective when,you set up your campaign as soon as you,do this if you're running traffic,campaigns you are going to notice a big,jump in the number of conversions that,you are getting from your ads simply,because facebook now knows that you,actually want conversions and that is,what it's going to get for you now that,said one thing you're going to notice is,your cost per click will increase but,your cost per conversion which is the,most important metric in this case is,going to go down significantly and that,is what you want now in order to use a,conversions campaign you're going to,need to track those conversions and for,that you need to make sure that,conversion tracking is set up properly,and if you're not sending all of that,conversion information back to facebook,then it's not going to be optimizing,your campaigns as well as it otherwise,could so this is really important and,there are actually four things you need,to get right if you want your conversion,tracking to be as good as it can,possibly be the first thing is probably,the one you've heard of and it's the,facebook pixel you need to make sure you,have the pixel set up on every single,page across your website and every page,you're running ads to and you need to,make sure that you have conversion,tracking set up on the pixel as well i,prefer to use standard events to do this,now everything i'm going through in this,video so from mentioning the pixel just,now to all of the other things i'm going,to mention as we go through some of them,are bigger topics like setting,conversion tracking up and the pixel and,everything else now i'll include links,in the description to other videos that,go in depth into each of these topics,because otherwise this would end up,being an hour long video unnecessarily,so if you need to go into any of these,topics in depth simply go down to the,description find the video you need and,away you go okay so the next thing after,the pixel and your conversion tracking,is the conversions api now the,conversions api is actually another way,to send your conversion events back to,facebook so the pixel is one way to send,that back but there are some problems,with that including things like ad,blockers being used in browsers and some,cookie tracking being blocked by,particular browsers and settings as well,so if that pixel gets blocked then the,pixel is ineffective the conversions api,helps you still send those conversion,events back to facebook because it does,it via a server instead of via the,facebook pixel and facebook actually,recommend always using the conversions,api alongside the pixel now i recommend,it as well so make sure as part number,two of conversion tracking you set up,the conversions api step number three,for your conversion tracking is to make,sure you have aggregated event,measurement set up or aem basically what,that means is for the domain where your,conversions are happening you need to go,in and prioritize all of your conversion,events on that domain so go into aem,make sure you've got that all set up and,you've got your conversions prioritized,from highest all the way down to lowest,and then on top of that when you set up,your ads make sure you go down to the,bottom inside the ad setup and you've,chosen the domain where you expect your,conversions to occur if you don't do,this again it's not going to track your,conversions properly so make sure,whenever you set up an ad you scroll to,the bottom you check that the domain is,where the conversions are actually,occurring and then the final piece of,this conversion tracking puzzle which i,know is a mess now with ios 14.5 and the,privacy changes but the last bit is to,make sure you use offline events so,offline events again it's another way of,sending conversion events back to,facebook so there are a few ways to set,up offline events my preferred way is,through zapier or zapier i never know,how to say that but setting that up,gives you another way to push that,conversion data back to facebook so,moving on to number three which is a,lack of congruence between your ad and,your landing page basically what it,means is your ad and your landing page,don't actually match and that could be,either the copy so what you're saying in,the ad doesn't match what it says on the,landing page it could be the look and,feel or the design of the adverse the,landing page so if the ad has a,particular look and a feel let's say it,uses a particular color palette,particular fonts and particular design,style but then the landing page is,totally different then that's not,congruent either and what happens in,that situation is obviously the user,sees the ad they click and then they,feel like they're in the wrong place,because now all of a sudden the whole,look and feel in the aesthetic is,completely different and you don't want,that because what happens then is people,simply close that browser window and,they move on to the next thing the same,happens as i said with the ad copy if,they read an ad and it promises them,something in particular and then they,get to the landing page and what's there,doesn't match what was in the ad then of,course what are they going to do they're,going to close that window move on keep,scrolling through facebook you need to,make sure that what you're promising and,what you're saying you're going to give,them or deliver matches what the landing,page says they're going to get as well i,know it seems pretty obvious but you,would be surprised how often i see ads,and landing pages that just don't gel in,terms of what they're saying in one,place versus the other and the other,piece of this is that the contents or,the expectations set by the ad needs to,then be delivered upon on the landing,page so here's a quick example let's say,you have an ad and the ad says click the,link and watch the video for free well,when the user reads that the expectation,is that they'll click the ad and they'll,be able to watch the video whatever,video that is immediately but if they,get to the landing page and find out,that it's a webinar registration page,and it actually asks them to enter their,name and email and click sign up before,they're able to watch the video,well that's a mismatch in expectation,they thought they were going to click,the ad and watch a video but instead,they have to click the ad sign up and,then watch the video and that mismatch,is going to result in most people simply,closing that window and leaving you need,to make sure that you say in the ad if,it's a webinar sign up click here and,sign up now or if it's a quiz click here,to take the quiz for example so that the,expectation matches what's on the,landing page speaking of landing pages,the fourth reason for getting lots of,clicks but not many conversions is poor,landing page design and that could be,many different factors and depending on,all those different factors well that,kind of determines how big of an impact,the poor design has on your overall,conversion rate specifically a few,things to really check for number one,you need to make sure that the,copywriting on your landing page is,really good you want short sharp,effective copy on that landing page it,has to read really well it has to get,directly to what it is the user is going,to get and it has to have a clear call,to action explaining what they need to,do in order to get that thing if you,can't do a good job of explaining to the,user what the benefit is to them of,opting into this thing and what they,need to do in order to get the thing,then it's going to be hard to convert,people the next thing you need to check,with your landing page is that it's,visually compelling it's not 1993,anymore people have certain expectations,on the internet if it looks terrible,then people again they're not going to,convert so you need to make sure it's,visually appealing a couple of quick,questions to ask yourself in order to,determine what is visually appealing,because i know this is subjective but,one question to ask is does the design,of this page make it easy for the user,to read and digest the information,that's on there because a pretty design,is one thing but a functional design is,a whole other kettle of fish and it's,actually more important you want a,design that looks good but more,importantly actually allows for easy,readability and easy usability of the,page,and then secondly is your call to action,clear and easy to see you'd be surprised,how often i see pages where the call to,action button itself is buried away it's,hard to see it's difficult to know where,to actually click so make sure that is,clear and easy as well another thing you,should really make sure on these landing,pages is your call to action is above,the fold meaning people don't have to,scroll down to find the button to click,to opt into your email list you do not,want that buried halfway down your big,long landing page you want it right at,the top so people can read the headline,they read the sub headline the copy is,so good that those two things convince,them to then click the button that's,directly below them and opt in make it,easy and the next thing i'll say about,your landing page is you really need to,make sure that page speed is good so,what i like to do is go to,run the url through that tool and it,will give me an analysis of how good my,page speed is but even more importantly,it will tell me what i need to improve,on so will tell me what needs fixing and,how to fix that but look at a minimum,the best thing you can do is one resize,all of your images down to the minimum,size that you actually need so if you've,got images on your page that are 2000,pixels by 2000 pixels then the browser,is going to load those big images and,then shrink them down to whatever size,it is displaying them as you need to,reduce the actual size of the images to,the size that they're displayed at which,is going to be much much smaller in most,cases and then upload them that way,because that's going to make the image,size much smaller then you need to,compress the images so i like to go to a,tool called tinypng upload the images it,will compress them for you and then take,that and upload it to your site just by,doing those two things you're going to,make your site a lot smaller in terms of,size and that's going to make it load,faster the third thing you can do to,speed up your site is just remove,unnecessary content if you've got,unnecessary stuff and it's a big long,landing page remove it and if you're on,wordpress make sure you're using a,caching plugin or caching however you,decide to say it and a cdn as well,because that's going to dramatically,improve your page now just on the,wordpress topic of conversation there my,preferred option is actually to use a,dedicated page builder i prefer unbounce,because it's just really quick and easy,to use and the pages load super fast,wordpress because it's such a big,platform there's a lot of overhead there,their pages tend to load slower than,something like unbounce because it's,dedicated and it's clean and that's,their number one thing they're focused,on is good fast landing pages and i'll,link to them below in the description if,you want to check out unbounce2 and then,on the topic of landing pages this one,kind of surprises me that i still see it,but it does come up surprisingly often,and that is landing pages that aren't,optimized for mobile devices so because,you're advertising on facebook and or,instagram most of the users there are,accessing the platform via mobile the,vast majority in fact so if you're,running ads on facebook or instagram,most of the traffic is going to be,coming from mobile devices and what that,means is from a landing page perspective,you should be designing your landing,page for mobile first,but most people still design for desktop,and they make sure their landing page,looks really pretty on a desktop and,then the mobile side of things is kind,of secondary and they don't really pay,much attention to it it should be the,opposite and so the way to cater for,mobile first is one make sure that at a,minimum when somebody loads your page on,a mobile device they can see the,headline and the sub headline right,there very clearly they're not wrapped,awkwardly or they're not cut off and,then they've got the call to action,button right there above the fold that,is really really important another thing,that you really should check is that,when people click that button and the,pop-up appears to enter their name and,email that that pop-up actually looks,great on the mobile device it's not cut,off it's not running over the edge they,don't have to scroll across to read it,all,that is surprisingly common and you need,to make sure that that works correctly,and i just went over this so i won't,dive into it in detail again but of,course being on a mobile device people,could be out and about not on wifi so,those fast loading pages are really,important here as well now i know i've,been talking about landing pages a lot,because they are a massive component of,this and if you want to learn more about,how to put together a great landing page,including the copy and everything i've,got a video right here you can check out,that will show you how to put together a,really good high converting landing page,so make sure you check that one out next,thanks for watching i'll see you next,time bye

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Outdated Facebook Ads Tips You SHOULD NOT Be Doing In 2023

Outdated Facebook Ads Tips You SHOULD NOT Be Doing In 2023

if you've been seeing your Facebook ad,results declining your advertising costs,skyrocketing or your ads going nowhere,and not getting the results you were,hoping for then you're probably already,well aware that there have been a lot of,changes going on inside the Facebook ads,platform lately pretty big changes that,are leaving a lot of business owners and,marketers and advertisers frustrated and,confused and jumping ship to another ad,platform or giving up on their,advertising goals altogether and that's,a shame because despite what you may,have been told the problem isn't the,algorithm or iOS 14 or even Facebook,themselves and the fact that their terms,of service says that they can reject or,remove any ad for any reason no the big,problem is that much of the Facebook ads,advice that's being shared and passed,around right now just hasn't caught up,to these changes which is leading to,people trying to win this new,advertising game using yesterday's old,advertising rules,old advertising rules that no longer,work don't apply and often prescribe,doing the exact opposite to what you,should be doing if you want to get more,clicks more leads more customers and,more sales from your ads,which to me sounds like the exact,definition of a recipe for Facebook ads,disaster so the first outdated Facebook,ad tip and piece of bad advice that I,want to share with you here that could,be the reason that your ads aren't,performing as well as you were hoping,for has to do with the advice on which,Facebook ad objective you should be,using in your campaigns also a big thank,you to HubSpot for sponsoring this video,but more on that later for now let's,talk about Facebook ad objectives here's,the deal when you create a Facebook ad,campaign one of the first options you,get is which campaign objective do you,want to optimize for awareness traffic,engagement leads app promotion or sales,this is an important step and is,essentially your way of telling Facebook,what kind of people you want them to put,your ad in front of and what action you,want them to take and the general rule,here is to just tell Facebook exactly,what you want in other words if you want,sales choose sales if you want leads,choose leads and if you want awareness,well my suggestion here is to choose,sales or leads say what I know crazy,right but this is because despite what,many people think the internet included,brand awareness is not the best Facebook,ad objective in fact the brand awareness,objective has never really been and will,probably never be the best objective,this is this is because even according,to Facebook the brand awareness,objective is there to help you reach the,largest number of people who are most,likely to remember your ad but you don't,just want people to remember your ad you,want them to actually do something buy,something sign up for something I mean,that's kind of the main reason to run,ads right,to generate sales cash flow Revenue a,positive Roi return on investment now in,the past the best way to do this was,with conversion ads and while these,still play an active role in most of the,campaigns I create and advise on they've,taken kind of a backseat to the new kid,in town who is actually the old kid in,town but who is kind of a bully that,nobody really liked so he got sent away,and got some therapy and did a little,bit of soul searching and then came back,nicer than ever I am of course talking,about Facebook lead ads and the outdated,advice here is that you should avoid,them but that's a mistake and here's why,Facebook lead ads were ones a terrible,choice for businesses that only ever,seemed capable of delivering low quality,leads that never seem to buy anything,and often forgot signing up for the ad,in the first place but now thanks to a,whole bunch of things including the,decreased effectiveness of the Facebook,pixel and cookies thanks to Apple's IOS,14 as well as improvements and changes,to the Facebook lead ads interface and,an increased willingness among Facebook,users to actually engage and interact,with Facebook lead ads well lead ads are,now amazing and they've quickly become,one of my top picks for most businesses,out there in order to generate leads and,make sales they're easy to set up easy,to launch and don't require installing,any pixels or cookies or code on your,website or landing page that said,Facebook lead ads aren't a magic,solution that'll solve all of your,Facebook ad problems especially if,you're still following this next piece,of absolutely terrible and outdated,Facebook advice but before we get to,that first a big thank you and quick,message from this video's sponsor,HubSpot and I want to introduce you to,their free Facebook advertising,checklist hubspot's Facebook advertising,checklist is a free downloadable,checklist that you can use to plan and,launch a successful Facebook ad campaign,and it contains hacks and tips directly,from hubspot's Paid ads team the real,benefit to me though is that it helps,make sure that nothing gets missed by,outlining and walking you through all,six phases of launching a Facebook ads,campaign first Planning by making sure,you're doing important things like,duplicating existing campaigns if you,have them or assigning the right,objective whether traffic conversions,engagements and so on now next budgeting,because if you're going to be spending,money on ads you better be sure that you,know how much you can afford to safely,spend in order to acquire a customer and,then set up your campaigns from there,after that it's time for Designing and,copywriting and it's here that the,checklist gives you a few tips as well,as outlines the design specs for image,video and Carousel ads then it's time to,schedule both your release date time to,run and daily ad spend a bit of a side,note here but what I'd like to recommend,for your budget is to set your daily ad,spend per ad set at three times to five,times your max desired CPA or cost per,acquisition in other words if you're,trying to generate leads at three,dollars a piece then your daily ad spend,per ad set should be anywhere from nine,dollars to Fifteen dollars then it's,time to launch them and see what happens,and by see what happens I mean watch,them closely and monitor which ad sets,are performing well and which ones,aren't which ultimately leads you to the,Final Phase which is analyzing it's here,that you want to measure which goals you,achieved paying special attention to,your CAC or customer acquisition cost,see LV customer lifetime value and row,as return on ad spend but all of that is,a lot to remember which is what makes,having this checklist just so handy and,when you standardize your Facebook ads,this way it means better and more,predictable results More Time Savings by,not having to go back again making sure,you didn't miss anything and ultimately,a higher rowas also known as return on,ad spend from your ads which means more,profit in your pocket so make sure to,download the free Facebook ads checklist,by clicking the link down in the,descriptions right after this video and,now let's make sure to correct this next,piece of terrible and outdated Facebook,ad advice which is focusing on the wrong,metrics specifically CPL when it comes,to running Facebook ads and any,advertising in general there's a lot of,metrics that you can track in order to,make sure that you're generating a,profit for example Impressions show how,many times your ad has been seen or,shown CPC stands for cost per click and,shows you how much it's costing to get,someone to click and take some kind of,initial action on your ad and your,conversion rate which shows the,percentage of people who are doing what,you want them to do the other metric,though that pretty much everybody talks,about is CPL or cost per lead but this,may very well be the wrong metric to be,looking at or at least basing the,success of your campaign upon now don't,get me wrong CPL is an important metric,after all you should know how much it,costs to acquire a lead or a customer,when you're running ads the problem,though is prioritizing CPL over the next,largely ignored mostly forgotten and all,too often neglected metric EPL which,stands for earnings per lead and not,knowing and not paying attention to this,metric could cause you to mistakenly,turn off profitable and winning ads or,Worse continue to fund the losing ads,until your bank account and credit cards,run dry so let me give you an example of,what this looks like now let's say,you've got a Facebook ad campaign and,one ad has a CPL a cost per lead of ten,dollars but has an earnings per lead of,a hundred dollars so with this ad every,lead you get ends up making you a,hundred dollars another ad in your,campaign though could have a cost per,lead of five dollars which on the,surface sounds better than the 10 cost,per lead you were paying in the other,campaign but this ad isn't generating,any sales at all which means your,earnings per lead here is zero or,actually negative because you're still,spending money to generate leads but,again on the surface what sounds better,a five dollar lead or a ten dollar lead,and this is why you can't just focus on,Top Line metrics like Impressions or,cost per click or even cost per lead and,you should certainly never base the,success of your campaign off vanity,metrics like likes or comments or shares,the secret here is that you really need,to know your metrics all the way through,your funnel if you want to run,profitable and successful advertising,campaigns okay next outdated tip micro,budget ad campaigns there was a time not,so long ago where you could do a whole,lot of damage with Facebook ads with,just a little bit of money and while,there are still exceptions and hidden,gold mines waiting to be tapped or or,mined I guess the fact is that tiny,micro ad budgets of one dollar two,dollars or five dollars a day are very,hard to make work anymore so what is the,right budget or the minimum or the best,amount that you can spend in order to,make a Facebook CAD campaign work well,here's how to figure it out your,advertising budget should be based on,three things your offer price your,targeting and your funnel your offer,price is what you're charging is it one,dollar one hundred dollars one thousand,dollars or more the higher the price the,more you usually can afford to spend on,ads your targeting is a combination of,how many people you're trying to Target,with big audiences generally being,easier to reach and more scalable but,also how relevant the audience is to,your offer then there's the funnel the,big thing here is how well optimized,your sales and Lead gen process is are,you optimizing for conversions at each,stage or are you just dumping people,onto your website's homepage and hoping,that they figure it out on their own,basically this should sound obvious but,it's a lot easier to be successful when,you're selling something at a higher,price to a larger but highly targeted,and relevant audience with a,well-designed and optimized sales and,marketing funnel and on the topic of,funnels well let me walk you through the,next outdated piece of Facebook ad,advice which I'm calling all ad no,funnel here's the deal as nice as it,would be to just write a single Facebook,ad and launch it and set it out free,into the world and have it come back,with buckets of cash unfortunately there,are a few more things that you've got to,do in order to set yourself up for,Success the big thing here though is,that you don't want to ask or expect,your single Facebook ad to do everything,for you your ad essentially has just one,main job to get the click so that's,where the focus needs to be not in,trying to get your ad to get the click,and the lead and the conversion and the,call and the sign up and hey why not try,to save the world while you're at it,nope the rest of your marketing funnel,needs to chip in and help out a little,bit too for example your Landing Page's,job is to take that click and then turn,it into a lead and your follow-up email,sequence's job is to turn that lead into,some kind of a conversion possibly a,conversation a sales call or maybe even,a sale and you're retargeting ads your,sales page your SMS sequence and any,other marketing that you have all need,to work together in order to further the,main objective of that ad we're a team,here people gotta work together what's,cool about all of this though though is,that when everything does work together,really really cool things start to,happen for example you could double the,amount of leads you're getting by,increasing the ads that you're running,you can double your conversions by,optimizing your ad and your landing page,and the rest of your marketing with some,of the advice here as well as on other,videos on the channel you can double the,purchasing frequency that you're getting,from your marketing by focusing on meta,retargeting sources which I'm going to,talk more about in just a second and you,can double the average transaction size,of those sales by using upsells or,downsells or cross-sells or even,changing the offer entirely and focusing,on something with a higher margin a,higher price and when you add up all of,these little changes they grow and,compound on each other in order to,deliver 16 times more growth and one of,the best places to start implementing,these changes is on retargeting but not,retargeting like the way it used to be,done back in the old days that's,outdated old news doesn't work anymore,so let me show you a better way when it,comes to running retargeting ads and,setting up retargeting audiences to,Target Facebook divides your warm,retargeting audiences into two different,categories your sources and meta sources,now in the past my bread and butter was,custom audiences built off a customer,list a leads list website visitors and,the almighty email list but things have,changed tracking pixels cookies they've,all been canceled not literally I mean,they're all still there but they're not,nearly as effective or as cool as they,once were so what do you do well you,transition your retargeting strategy,away from your sources and towards meta,sources creating custom retargeting,audiences based off how people have,engaged and interacted with your content,on Facebook and Instagram and other meta,platforms rather than off of your,website or your email list the results,are better and more accurate tracking,and retargeting audiences but a big,thing here is to make sure that you,don't just dump your retargeting,audiences into one of your other,campaigns rather you set things up and,structure them properly right from the,beginning which just happens to be the,next piece of bad and outdated Facebook,advice that I want to share with you now,something I'm calling lump and dump,campaigns thanks to the ease of signing,up for a Facebook ads account onto the,recent improvements to their ads manager,and navigation and that tempting but,still mostly terrible boost post button,more and more people have been moving to,Facebook ads in hopes of getting rich,quick and living that sweet ad life,overall this is great news as it makes,advertising more accessible to new,business owners and marketers and,essentially levels the playing field,just a little bit by giving you access,to the exact same ad platform that well,pretty much every big business in the,entire world can and mostly does use the,downside though is that it can often,lead to a whole lot of people losing a,whole lot of money a whole lot of,quickly by failing to understand the,important marketing and advertising,fundamentals that go into running a,successful campaign and they wonder why,nothing is working like how I still see,advice almost all the time about how you,should just take all of your ads and all,of your campaigns and just dump them all,into one big bucket or how you need to,be running dozens and dozens of split,tests all at the same time in order to,find that one key winner or how you need,to watch your ads like a hawk and,micromanage them making sure to shut,down the losers the second they show any,sign of weak but all of this is wrong so,here's what to do instead first you want,to make sure that you're setting up your,campaigns properly right from the start,this means choosing the right objective,first and then setting up anywhere from,one to three ad sets per campaign,depending on your budget and then maybe,a couple of ads under each ad set if,you're spending less than one thousand,dollars a month on Facebook ads then one,campaign with two to three ad sets is,more than enough and if you're spending,less than ten thousand a month then,three campaigns with two to three ad,sets per campaign is also usually plenty,even in accounts that are spending,millions of dollars a year on Facebook,ads it still usually just comes down to,two to three different ad sets that are,delivering most of the results more,isn't better better is better so you're,much better off by trying to have a few,very highly targeted and well-written,ads rather than spreading yourself super,thin splattering stuff everywhere but to,get to that level you need to make sure,that you're doing the right things in,the right place for the right people so,to help you do that I've put together,some of my very best marketing tips,tricks and tactics in this video right,here so make sure sure to check that out,now and I'll see you in there in just a,second

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