You’ll find out what I mean by that ^^^ at an in-depth webinar all about Facebook advertising hosted by the West Virginia Association of Museums.
Registration is required but you don’t have to be a WVAM member to attend. This webinar is perfect for small to mid-size arts organizations of all types looking to get started with Facebook advertising or take your campaigns to the next level.
In this in-depth webinar, we will start from the very beginning and examine exactly how to create and manage a paid Facebook advertising campaign. Attendees will walk through Facebook best practices for posts, targeting, and frequency. We’ll also set up a fully functional campaign in real time, discussing each of the options and implications along the way. This session is a true how-to guide and will also function as a major resource.
If you think you could be getting more out of your Facebook marketing, if creating ads on Facebook is confusing or overwhelming, or if you think you could be making your digital dollars go further, this webinar is for you!
You will get the most out of this session if you have an active Facebook Page and Ads Manager account. If you don’t have these already, it is recommended that you set them up prior to the webinar.
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I received the Arts Hacker e mail TODAY, and the webinar was YESTERDAY. Can someone send me a recording?
You’re probably subscribed to the weekly email summary so yes, there’s always the potential for something time sensitive to pass before the summary goes out on Friday. You may want to subscribe to the every new post list. Each new article goes up the day it’s published at AH’s Facebook page and Twitter account so those are good options as well: https://www.facebook.com/ArtsHackers/ and https://twitter.com/artshacker. If there’s a streaming version, I’m sure Ceci will chime in with the info.