Facebook Ads Manager
What is the Facebook Ads Manager?
Facebook Ads Manager – Ads Manager is a tool for creating Facebook ads, managing when and where they’ll run, and tracking how well campaigns are performing on Facebook, Instagram or their Audience Network.
Facebook Ads Manager is your starting point for running ads on Facebook, Instagram, Messenger or Audience Network. It’s an all-in-one tool for creating ads, managing when and where they’ll run, and tracking how well your campaigns are performing. Ads Manager is a powerful ad management tool, but it’s designed for advertisers of any experience level.
Create brand new ad campaigns.
Facebook Ads Manager, you can select campaign parameters like your objective and audience. You can also manage creative work: upload your ad creative, write ad copy, and review how your ads look on different devices.
Learn how to create ads in Ads Manager on the Advertiser Help Center.
Review and adjust your campaigns.
Ads Manager makes it easy to edit your budget, audience, placement options and creative—including editing multiple ads in bulk. You can always pause, copy or relaunch your ad campaigns at any time.
Learn how to edit your ads in Ads Manager on the Advertiser Help Center.
Learn from real-time ad reporting.
Ads Manager reporting tools help you see if your ads are driving their intended goal. By spotting trends over time, you can identify areas to adjust—like your image, budget or audience—to improve your campaign performance.
Learn how to view the results of your Facebook ads on the Advertiser Help Center.
Easily create ads using the best workflow for you.
We offer two methods for creating an ad: quick creation and guided creation. Once you select a method, you’ll default into that experience each time you create a new campaign, ad set or ad. You can change your preferences at any time.
Is your company in need of help? MV3 Marketing Agency has numerous Marketing experts ready to assist you with Facebook Ads. Contact MV3 Marketing to jump-start your business.
Refer: Facebook« Back to Glossary Index