Facebook Advertising Social Media Ads for Brand Awareness & Visibility
Your Target Audience is on Facebook Every Day
With over one billion people using Facebook every day, the social media giant provides the perfect opportunity to get in front of people who are most likely to become your customers. Using demographic and interest-based data, Facebook advertising allows wineries to stay top of mind with their existing customers while also reaching out to new prospects in a casual way.
It's About Who You Are & Who You Know Facebook Advertising for Wineries
Nobody goes to Facebook specifically to shop for products or services, yet the social media site is one of the biggest players in online advertising to date. Facebook is a forum for creative, informative, shareable content, and its advertising platform gives wineries and vineyards the opportunity to target new and existing customers based on who they are and what they do.
Promote Events & Activities To Those Interested in Similar Events
Facebook isn't just a place to keep up with old friends. It's also where people find out about events and activities happening near them. Hosting events like wine tastings or live music and promoting those events on Facebook is a great way to introduce new people to your brand.
Keep Your Regulars in the Know With Engaging Promotions
With Facebook advertising, you can leverage your existing customer base to re-engage past customers and people who are already connected to your brand on Facebook. Share exclusive deals, events, and other incentives to get them back in the door—with a few friends, of course!
Are Your Ads Getting a Return on Investment? Reporting More than Data
Many business owners start out running their own Facebook advertising campaigns. We get it—every bit of savings helps. But apart from these DIY ads being less effective, it can be hard to track real results if you aren't an advertising professional. That's where we come in. We set up and manage Facebook advertising campaigns for wineries, then analyze the data to make informed decisions about budget, creative, and messaging.