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Pest control social media advertising: A direct route to new customers.
Social media allows businesses to connect with their target audience through platforms their customers use daily. Just posting on your social media accounts often isn’t enough to engage with customers in the market for pest control services, however. Paid pest control ads on platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and others can be a successful way to draw attention from new customers, turning them into qualified business leads.
Some platforms are naturally a better fit for pest control ads than others. If you haven’t considered social media as a viable option for pest control marketing, we can help. The team at DAGMAR Marketing focuses on who you want to reach, and where your pest control ads are most likely to make an impact. We also set goals for leads and conversions, and look at your budget to find the biggest impact on the right platform.
Our ad campaigns and pest control marketing services are built on a solid foundation, using tried-and-true marketing fundamentals. From positioning your brand as approachable and unique, to crafting ads that spark interest and engagement, we help make the most out of your opportunities and maximize your pest control social media advertising dollars.
We Know Our Stuff and Others Agree.
How we create high-performing social media ad campaigns for pest control companies.
Research & Strategy
The most effective pest control social media ads start with research, whether it’s your first time using social media advertising for pest control or you’re working with us to revamp existing ads. We start with clear, specific goals. Who is your target customer? What is their preferred social media platform? What are your goals for engagement? Do you want leads, conversions, or awareness of your brand? These answers help us streamline your social media strategy and develop pest control marketing that fits your budget and goals.
Most social media platforms sell pest control ads, and those for other businesses, using an auction format, rather than a set price for length or run time. To create the most effective campaign for your extermination company, we evaluate your goals and budget to determine which bids will have the biggest impact. Every decision we make aims to increase your ROI, from keywords that grab attention to the right time of day to place your ads.
If your ads aren’t getting the attention of the people you’re targeting, then it’s simply a waste of time and money. Our best practices include compelling copy and an eye-catching design that reflects the vibe of your brand and resonates with the right people. Plus, our designs are fully optimized for mobile users, for a seamless experience.
Data collection allows your pest control social media marketing agency to quantify the effectiveness of each ad for your brand. We gather data to test ads and identify what works best and then adjust how we allocate your advertising budget, including bids and the right landing pages, based on precise research. Optimization of your pest control ads is ongoing – the advertising environment is constantly changing, and your ads should change accordingly.
Analysis & Reporting
Each platform we utilize for your social media advertising for exterminators offers tools and analytics to measure the success of each ad, from views to click-through rates. Our in-depth analysis allows us to create a personalized monthly report showing where your advertising money was spent and how each placement contributed to your goals. This, in turn, allows us powerful insight into how we can improve your ROI.
Pest Control Paid Social Media Advertising FAQs
Questions to ask a pest control social media ad agency.
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