Facebook Introduces ‘Creative Guidance Navigator’ To Provide Marketing Stats and guide

Searching for approaches to further develop your Facebook advertisement creatively?

This could help – this week, Facebook has introduced what it’s calling ‘Creative Guidance Navigator’, which is a small site of different advertisement tips and notes that can assist with further developing your promotion creation approach.

The mini-site is fairly straightforward – as you can see in this example, the main listing displays a range of Facebook ad tips, one-by-one, with a ‘Load more’ prompt at the bottom to generate more examples of relevance.

You can also filter the display by ad format, industry, region, and more to get more specific creative notes of relevance to your brand niche.

For every one of the recorded models, you can likewise advance them by means of different alternatives, check where that particular note was sourced from, and access applicable contextual investigations which support each detail.

You can likewise download each visual for sharing and re-use, which extends the particular point into a bigger reality.

There’s not a lot to it, functionally, but it may help you to refine your Facebook ad process, with a heap of helpful notes and pointers that can further guide your strategy, and get you thinking about new ways to optimize your Facebook ad campaigns.

And with the impacts of Apple’s ATT update now permeating through the Facebook ads ecosystem, testing out new optimizations and processes will become increasingly important, especially for smaller advertisers who are likely to be more adversely impacted by the reduction in audience data available.

As such, this could be a valuable resource – and if you’re running Facebook ads, or considering starting a campaign, it may well be worth taking a few minutes to scan through the tips.

You can access Facebook’s Creative Guidance Navigator mini-site here.

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