At some point or another, whether you’re a serial entrepreneur, dissatisfied with your desk job, or hoping to just generate some fooling around money, everyone has a business idea.
Most of them don’t go anywhere. Sometimes it’s because they’re just not very good ideas, but too often it’s because people are daunted by the prospect of the investment it takes to start up a business.
The truth is, these days the idea that there are too many hurdles to turning an idea into a company is no excuse.
Instagram has a growing audience, and thanks to Instagram Ads, it’s easier to connect with that audience than ever.
Gaining followers and increasing engagement has taken up most of the focus on Instagram, as it gives brands the opportunity to share images of their products and cultivate brand loyalty and interest among followers.
This is partly because, until recently, there wasn’t any way to actually sell from Instagram.
With Instagram’s popularity, it’s no surprise that methods of selling on Instagram have been slowly rolling out—some from Instagram and some from third party services that use a little creativity. In this post, we’re going to look at the best ways to sell on Instagram, and what makes it harder to do so.
Facebook Ads has a lot of rules and guidelines, and it can be difficult to keep up with them all. There’s rules about landing pages and appropriate targeting, for example, and a whole slew of additional rules to follow if you fall within certain industries. And if you don’t remember to follow all of Facebook’s guidelines, your ad will almost certainly be rejected.
One of the most commonly forgotten rules was Facebook’s 20% text rule. Big news for marketers and Facebook advertisers broke today, letting us know that the 20% rule has been changed (though has not quite been discarded). Keep reading for all the details!
I get it, believe me, I perfectly get it and I’ve been in your position before: Your customer or boss woke up yesterday and discovered that your competitor’s Facebook page has more likes than you do and now wants you to overcome this, on a tight budget. Quickly!
You don’t want to look lame with only a few hundreds likes while your competitor has thousands. So you give in to temptation and even if, likely, you know or feel it’s wrong, you buy likes.
Not acquire, but simply buy. A few hours later, with 0 effort and an expense of few dollars you’ve beaten your competitor and can now brag about having more likes than him…Case closed.