More than 1.4 billion people use Facebook to connect with what matters to them, and more than 900 million visit every day. 1 When you run a Facebook Ad, you choose the audiences that see it by location, age, interests and more.
With Facebook ads, you choose the type of people you want to reach and Facebook delivers your church banners to them. This makes your church banners more relevant for the people who see them and brings the church real results.
Mobile devices are now a part of our lives—people use phones and tablets to discover, communicate and shop more than ever.
More than 700 million people visit Facebook every day on their phones and tablets—and when they do, they see Facebook church banners along with stories from family and friends.2Because Facebook church banners are placed in the stream of information people view on Facebook, they’re more likely to see your church banners and take action.
For real results for your church’s page. Showing church banners on Facebook is easy for churches. From a Facebook Ad, people can get directions to your church, download the church app, view the church videos, or take another action on the church website.
The church will then receive updates on how the Facebook church banners perform and how the churches Facebook budget is spent. You can also visit ads Manager, the tool for managing the church banners and checking their performance. And when you’re on the go, there’s an ads Manager app, too.
Measure the results of your Facebook church banners.
Run an ad for as little as $1/day. Set your budget. Whether you set a daily limit for one ad, or the total amount for a campaign, you’re in control.
For proven results. Facebook ads are highly targeted and actionable. You can measure the results of every ad.
Now, we have some steps to take:
1. Use your free Facebook Page to get started
2. Decide what church event, seminar or evangelistic meeting you want to promote
3. Choose the audience for your Facebook Ad
4. Set your budget and track your results
And, now the church has banners that are being shown to the people that want to see them.Tags: ads, church banners, facebook, social media