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The Dummies Guide to Facebook Native Ads for Hotels

The Dummies Guide to Facebook Native Ads for Hotels

Have your Hotel tried Facebook Ads and failed?

No worries, you are not alone. A lot of Hotels and brands have a misperception of Facebook Ads.

It is not your fault. There is a lot of individuals and brands online today that take advantage of Hotels that have not taken the time to educate themselves on the power of Facebook Native Advertisement.

Obviously, there is a demand from Hotels that need help with their Facebook Native Advertisement campaigns.

Facebook Native Advertisement can be as simple or as sophisticated as you want it to be. Our mission is to make Facebook Native Ads as simple and as effective as possible for Hotels.

Are you ready to get some simple insight into what makes an effective Facebook ad for Hotels?

What is Native Advertising?

Online advertising has today for many Hotels become a complex challenge that they often outsource to individuals or advertising agencies.

Often, we see Hotels primary focus is on the Click-through ratio (CTR) or Clicks through impressions. These metrics only tell a very small fraction of the real process.

Today’s smart Social Media Marketers focus on creating advertising campaigns in context with value and relevance.

Facebook Native advertising take advantage of technology and a sophisticated algorithm that matches the look, feel and function of the media format in which they appear. Native ads are often found in the Facebook feeds on desktops, laptops, mobile and tablets, or as recommended content on a Hotel landing page.

Unlike display ads or banner ads, native ads don’t really look like ads. They look like part of the flow of the Facebook feed. The key to native advertising is that it is non-disruptive.

Even though we still have to follow FTC regulations Facebook Native Advertising is extremely effective when done right.

Creating Facebook Native Advertising Campaigns in context with value and relevance

Your Hotel Facebook Native Advertising Campaigns works best when you focus on what you want to achieve in context with value and relevance.

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