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Is Facebook advertising for Family Law Attorneys? That is a question that I get A LOT from people that I talk to. If you have been asking yourself the same question, then you have come to the right place! My name is Francisco, and today I am going to show you how Facebook advertising can turn around your business. Before reading the rest of this post, you may want to sign up for my Facebook Ads Setup Plan. I am very experienced in dealing with businesses such as yours and can help you reach the right kind of audience on Facebook. In this article, I am going to;
- Show you why Facebook Advertising is for Family Law Attorneys.
- Give you a step by step tutorial on the creation of your own Facebook ads.
- Talk a bit about my Facebook Ads Setup Plan.
Why Family Law Attorneys need to start advertising on Facebook
If you are a Family Law Attorney and you have not already been advertising on Facebook, then you have been missing out on a lot! Facebook advertising is the way to go for businesses large and small for the following reasons;
- For one thing, Facebook is the largest Social Network in the world. With over 2 billion users, it’s quite easy to find the right kind of audience on the platform.
- Most people want to know whether or not advertising on Facebook is cheaper than on other platforms, such as Google Ads. The answer is, yes. Indeed, you can get started advertising on Facebook for as little as $10.
- Facebook allows you to be really precise when targeting your audience. This means you are likely to have a high CTR and conversion rate for your ads.
- Most people prefer that we handle Facebook ads for them, but creating Facebook advertisements is something that anyone can, with a little perseverance, learn.
How to create your own Facebook Ads for a Family Law Attorney firm
Facebook Ads are created in Ads Manager. The process itself is composed of the following steps;
- Creating a Campaign
- Creating an Ad Account
- Creating an Ad Set
- Creating the Ad itself
Creating an Ad Campaign
Creating an Ad Campaign is your first port of call on the way to creating Facebook Ads for a Family Law Attorney. It is composed of a couple of steps;
Choosing a campaign objective
Facebook offers you a number of objectives, from which you are required to choose one for your Ad. Available campaign objectives are;
- Brand awareness
- Store visits
- Video views
- Lead generation
- Product catalog sales
Possible campaign objectives for Family law attorneys
A number of the campaign objectives that are given above could work very well when creating Facebook Ads for a family law attorney. It’s all going to depend, of course, on your overall objectives. The screenshot above shows some of the possible campaign objectives for Family Law Attorneys.
Setting up an Ad Account
Before Advertising on Facebook, you first need to have an Ad Account. If you already have one, you can skip this step. We are not going to dwell much on this step. Setting up an Ad Account is a simple matter and we are not going to dwell on that here. When done, click on the “Continue,” button to move to the next step.
Defining your audience: The Ad Set
Properly defining your Audience is important in Facebook Advertising. There are several questions that you need to ask yourself beforehand in this regard, including where the people who you are targeting are based and what their genders and age ranges are. You can think of an Ad Set as the engine that drives the distribution of your Ad.
Your Facebook Ads can be targeted at as wide a Geographic area as you wish. However, local businesses need to narrow down the focus to their areas of operation. This is the only way through which they can reach out to the kind of audience that really matters. For our example, we are going to target people in San Diego, California.
Although it is conceivable that a Family Law Attorney would have clients across state lines, narrowing down on the area of focus allows us to really deliver our Facebook Ads where they are likely to yield the maximum amount of results.
Gender, Age and Languages
You can also choose to further refine your target audience based on Gender. For this example, we are, however, going to go with both men and women.
Although not unheard of, it is rather unlikely that an 18 year old would ever need the services of a Family Law Attorney. The age setting allows you to really focus on the people who are most likely to react positively to your Ads.
The languages setting is for those that need to have your Facebook Ads delivered only to people who speak a certain language.
Detailed Targeting: Narrow down on your target audience
This section allows you to further zoom in on the people who you wish to target with your Facebook Ads. You can do this using demographics, interests and behaviors. As an example, you can choose to have your ads delivered to people who listen to a particular genre of music, or to those who only watch a particular type of movie.
The above screenshot shows that we, for our example, have targeted people who have listed their relationship status on Facebook as “Separated.” We have also targeted people who have shown an interest in Alimony, Child support and parental responsibility. These, and many other indices, are some in which a Family Law Attorney would likely be interested in.
Budget and Schedule
The amount that you spend on your Facebook Ads has a direct bearing on the results that you can expect to get. That is not to say, however, that you should begin by setting your budget very high. The budgeting section is one of the most difficult, as far as creating Facebook Ads is concerned, and you need to strike a balance between the amount that you spend on a daily basis and the results that you get at the end of the day.
Creating the Facebook Ad
Now that we have created our Campaign and have set some of the parameters for our Ad through the Ad Set, it is time to begin working on the Ad itself.
Available Ad Formats
You can create your Facebook Ads in the following formats;
- Single Video
- Single Image
The Ad Preview appears to the right of your screen. When done, click on the “Confirm,” button and, if you have added a payment method to your Ad Account, you should now be able to launch your Facebook Advertisement.
The Facebook Ads Setup Plan
Here is the thing; we are never going to cover everything in this one article. You will notice that we have only just touched the surface here. As mentioned earlier, most people prefer that we handle the tough task of creating Facebook Ads on their behalf. You too can benefit from our expertise by signing up for our Facebook Ads setup plan, which offers you the following;
- Help designing and creating your campaign.
- Help choosing your target audience.
- A professionally designed landing page.
- Two live ads