3 Types of Facebook Ads that Are Great for the Holiday Season

With the holidays just around the corner, Facebook ads are a great way to grab the attention of your local business’s audience. Below are three types of Facebook ads you should try this holiday season.

Event Response Ads

The holidays are a popular time for in-store or promotional events, so why not use an Event Response ad on Facebook? Event Response ads allow you to promote your Facebook event so you can reach a wider audience than just those who like your page. This is a great way to get the word out about your event and encourage more local prospects to visit your location for a special event or offer.

Clicks to Website

The holidays are an ideal time to entice new prospects to become your customer with a Clicks to Website Facebook ad campaign. This campaign drives Facebook users to your website so they can learn more about what you offer and take the next step to become your customer. This is especially helpful if you’re running holiday promotions or specials featuring them on your website.

Lead Ads

The holidays are the perfect time to increase lead generation for your business. Facebook Lead Ads make it easy to capture information from people interested in your business and can deliver leads right to your inbox.

Now that you have a few ideas for Facebook Ads, which ads will your business use this holiday season? Let us know in the comments below.


Karla Jackson

Karla is the Social Media Manager at ReachLocal. She has experience in digital marketing for SMBs and focuses on creatively integrating social media into the content and communication strategy. She is also very passionate about employee advocacy and strives to find ways to amplify employee engagement online. When she isn't discovering new ways to improve her social media tactics, she enjoys yoga, traveling, and food.

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