On February 4, 2020, Facebook will have been around for 16 years since its founding by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004. In light of its meteoric rise to prominence, Facebook has proven to be the premier social networking platform of the past several years. Facebook is a godsend for businesses seeking to advertise and promote their goods and services to a massive audience. As many as 67 percent of social media marketers say Facebook is their go-to social media site. That’s why Facebook hosts about 7 million different types of ads. Facebook’s advertising could potentially reach 1.9 billion people, and that number is expected to grow rapidly by 2020.
As Facebook has just finished its 16th year and entered its 17th, we thought it would be appropriate to highlight the latest marketing trends that businesses should adopt in 2020.
1. Streaming in Real Time
In 2020, the Livestream feature will be able to be incorporated into a wide variety of interactive activities. Mini-games, quizzes, lucky draws, online voting, interviews, multiple choice questions, and so on are just some of the Livestreaming tools available to you. These resources will assist you in attracting a larger audience to your Livestream and developing a more robust strategy for communicating with your brand’s target audience.
2. A Pocket Video for Facebook Watch:
Research indicates that Facebook Watch (FB Watch) is more popular than the news feed itself. With the advent of Facebook Watch (FB Watch), video content has quickly risen to the top of the content hierarchy in 2019. Video in the Pocket format is brief. Brands can choose to create a short TVC (usually between 30 and 60 seconds) to use in their Facebook ads. The length of videos is unrestricted. Predicting how customers will feel while watching the video is crucial. If you can reliably keep customers feeling good throughout a 10-minute video, they will watch it without skipping a beat. As a result, the only thing that really counts is the information contained within the video itself.
3. Modifying for Individual Use:
These days, customized writing is what readers really want to consume. Therefore, rather than emphasizing the product’s merits in the product description, you should highlight the types of buyers who will benefit most from purchasing the item. If you’re teaching an online MBA course, for instance, segment your audience into subsets so you can create content specifically for them. An example of such a post could read, “Online MBA course for working people” or “Why students should prefer an online MBA course?” By trying to make the headings more specific to the target audience, you boost the likelihood that they will read the rest of the post. Adding a personal touch to your marketing efforts is a surefire way to increase conversions from viewers to buyers.
4. Facebook’s Stories:-
500 million users and 1 billion daily uploads on Facebook means that stories will be a major player in the direction of social media in the future. Mainly because Facebook stories can be updated quickly and are meant to be temporary. Marketers can use this information to better allocate their funds toward effective brand communication projects. The content of your posts, the frequency of your posts, and your ability to think outside the box are all factors in determining the success of your stories. There are many different kinds of content that the top social media marketing agency in Gurgaon suggests using in Facebook Stories. Examples of these are photos of products, customers, the production process, etc.
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