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SSS # 13 Add a pic to your Facebook Advertising instead of just using a a bare link!
Published by Seely Clark — 1-18-2018 at 10:58 PM UTC
Hey gang! Seely Clark here! I have a video for you today that shows you how to put a photo in your Facebook ad when the link that you are using to post to Facebook does not automatically render a picture for you.
For example, as an affiliate / reseller of Now LifeStyle my links that are designed for Facebook posting all have links that render pictures to go with the links and these pictures are clickable to the people who view it on Facebook. Some of my other links do not have this function.
I get around this by using the snipping tool on my windows computer to snip an image of the lead capture page. I then save the snipped picture to my computer for later use. Click the link HERE to watch the video now.
IMPORTANT TIP FOR THOSE USING A MAC COMPUTER OR A PHONE: you don't have to have a windows computer to do this- you can screen capture on your Mac, or do a screen shot on your phone.
On the phone you simply navigate to the lead capture page you want to use, go and paste the link into the web browser, bring the link up and view the page as anyone else would, then take a screen shot of that page.
Your phone at this point should prompt you to edit the screen shot- here you can crop the edges so that the outer edges of the shot look like the ones in my video- there should be no browser edges or phone times showing, all trimmed off and just the exciting bits of the page should be showing...
The next step is taking that link, pasting it into your post, then it will render a plain link with the title page, you can get rid of the plain link at the bottom, LEAVE the link you pasted in at the top. Then be sure to put "CLICK THE LINK HERE==>" beside your link...
The reason you do this is because a lot of people are used to Facebook ad pics being clickable and will click the crap out of the picture you added to your post-- so when they inevitably power click on the picture and it's not clickable you want to direct them clearly to the spot where they can click for more info. Which will be your link, not your pic...
The reason I have you use a pic of the lead capture page is so that the picture is vibrant, eye catching, curiosity inspiring, and it creates congruence between the picture they have seen (of your capture page) and where the link takes them once they click it.
Here are the (clickable) links for the programs mentioned in this video:
Now LifeStyle: http://tcpros.co/GCHQV
Your Eight Steps: http://tcpros.co/ZI6CD
The Conversion Pros: http://tcpros.co/w6sNp
If you have any questions, you can feel free to contact me at the details below:
Linked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seely-clark-916903a3/
About Seely Clark
I live in Bangor, Maine and I worked full-time as a RN at a local hospital. In 2010 I started working online Part-time after my mother was disabled by a heart attack. I wanted to build extra income to help with her health care. What started as a way to make extra income has grown into a passion! Over the last several years, it has started to come together for me. I am now able to work online full time It is AMAZING! Over the years I have learned a great deal about marketing on the Internet. I have learned many things that don’t work and and much that DOES work. One thing I have learned is that for me to succeed, I have to help others succeed. So now my focus is on teaching others what I have learned works so that they can avoid the money wasting struggles I went through and finally start making money on the Internet.