As the coronavirus, or COVID-19, has continued to spread and more people are quarantined in their homes, Facebook traffic has seen an increase of over 50 percent over the last several weeks. Facebook, along with many other social media channels, is playing a key role in maintaining connectivity during these uncertain times. Subsequently, advertisers will be able to reach even wider audiences as more and more people turn to Facebook to keep them in touch with friends and family.
Getting people to your website is one thing, keeping them there is another story. With the average website visitor remaining onsite for 15 seconds, you have a very short window of time to capture their attention and direct them on a path to conversion. To get a better understanding of your visitor engagement, and to help identify areas for improvement, utilize tools like Google Analytics. Your bounce rate will indicate whether your users are finding what they need out of your website and your average session duration will tell you what pages guests find most engaging.
Heartbreak, whether it be in love or in business, is brutal. There’s no way around it. Sometimes all of the hard work that you put into a marketing campaign or closing a big deal can end up an epic failure. While heartbreak can be difficult to stomach, you will most often come away from it with strength and resiliency - ideal traits for success in business. How you respond to failure will ultimately determine your success moving forward.
There are few things stranger than relying on the same old school marketing tactics for your business. We're no longer living in the 80's, where it's acceptable to rely on radio communication to connect with your audience. Facebook advertising is a great way to create brand awareness, increase traffic to your site and generate leads and sales for your business. If you're already investing time and energy on Facebook, expanding into Facebook advertising should be a no-brainer.