Facebook Ads for Estate Planning Attorneys

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Do you want to become top-dog in the legal fraternity through digital marketing? Have you been wondering whether or not advertising on Facebook will do the trick for you? My name is Francisco and I have, over the years, managed successful digital marketing campaigns for businesses like yours. In this article, I am going to;

  1. Talk about whether or not Facebook Advertising is for those in the legal fraternity.
  2. Show you how to create your own Facebook Ads.
  3. Talk about our DIY Facebook Ads Marketing course.

Should Estate Planning Attorneys advertise on Facebook?

Should Estate Planning Attorneys advertise on Facebook?
Should Estate Planning Attorneys advertise on Facebook?

If you thought Facebook was limited to teenagers and those in their 20 and 30s, then you were very much mistaken. The truth of the matter is that Facebook is used by people in all age groups. The following are some of reason why Estate Planning Attorneys need to start advertising on Facebook;

  • Research indicates that whereas teens have been leaving the platform, usage among people who are over 55 has actually been surging. That, clearly, is clearly something that Estate Planning Attorneys should find to their advantage.
  • Facebook is huge. The platform currently has a user base of over 2.3 billion people. What this means is that almost all businesses, including Estate Planning Attorneys, will be able to find their target audiences on Facebook.
  • Advertising on Facebook is cheaper than on other platforms, including on Google Ads.
  • It’s easy for you to create your own Facebook ads. We are going to get you along the way in this post. However, if you really wish to nail it, check out our DIY Facebook Ads Marketing Course.

How to create your own Facebook Ads

Create your own Facebook Ads
Create your own Facebook Ads

Most people prefer that we handle their Facebook advertising on their behalf. That way, they are guaranteed top quality ads for their businesses. However, if you would rather learn how to create your own Facebook ads, here is how you go about doing it;

Choose a Campaign Objective

Facebook Ads are created in Ads Manager. Here, the first thing that you need to is choose a campaign objective. Facebook provides you with a number of campaign objectives as part of the process of creating an ad for your estate planning attorney business. The bad news is that you can only choose one of these objectives;

  • App installs
  • Brand awareness
  • Lead generation
  • Traffic
  • Catalog sales
  • Conversions
  • Store visits
  • Engagement
  • Video views
  • Messages

Best Campaign Objective for Facebook Ads for Real Estate Attorneys

Possible campaign objectives for Estate Planning Attorneys
Possible campaign objectives for Estate Planning Attorneys

The campaign objective that you choose is going to have a bearing on the nature of the ad that you are going to end up creating. So, which of these campaign objectives is best for an estate planning attorney?

  • Its possible for you to want to have people who click on your ads directed to a landing page, in which case you would choose “Traffic,” as your campaign objective.
  • You can have people get in touch with you by choosing “Messages,” as your objective. That is the Objective that we are going to go with for this example.
  • It’s also possible for you to choose Brand Awareness as your campaign objective.

Defining your Target Audience

Facebook provides a number of ways through which you can lay out the people to whom you are going to have the ads that you are creating for your Estate Planning Attorney business delivered. Creating your target audience is important, in that it gives your ads a greater chance of success, for the simple reason that delivery will only be made to people who are most likely to be interested in the services that you have on offer. So, how do you define your target audience when creating Facebook Ads for Estate Planning Attorneys?

Location

If you are like most people out there, your business probably has a physical location from which it operates. The question to ask yourself here is; how far is my reach from the physical location of my business?

Location Estate Planning Attorneys
Location settings for estate planning attorneys

One of the things that you will notice is that there are some businesses out there whose operations can be global, while, for most, their physical locations is an overriding limitation. Estate Planning Attorneys are not as restricted as, say, restaurants and bars, although there are also limits to the extent of the Geographic locations in which they can operate.

For the sake of our example, we are going to assume that we are creating Facebook Ads for Estate Planning Attorneys who are located in the town of Eureka in California. This coastal town is a popular retirement spot, which makes it a great place in which estate planning attorneys can operate.

Age, Gender and Languages

Estate Attorneys need to target people over 55
Estate Attorneys need to target people over 55

Using the age setting, we are going to have our ads targeted at people who are 55 and above. These are, quite frankly speaking, the people who are interested in the kind of service that we are offering.

The gender setting is another way through which you can define your target audience. For this example, we are going to have our Facebook ad delivered to both men and women.

It’s also possible for you to choose to have your ads delivered to people who speak a particular language or particular languages.

Detailed Targeting: Narrowing down on your audience

Estate planning targeting

This no doubt is the most important setting as far as targeting your audience is concerned. One of the things that you need to understand is that Facebook has a wealth of data on all its users, and advertisers can take advantage of this to make ads that are precisely targeted and their prospects. For this example, we are going to target people using the following demographic, interest and behavioral traits;

  • Have expressed an interest in estate planning
  • Have expressed an interest in retirement planning
  • Have expressed an interest in the American Cancer Society

Setting up Member

Due to the fact that we have used “Messenger,” as the objective for the Facebook Ads that we are creating for our Estate Planning Attorneys business, there is need to for us to set up Messenger in a way that allows people to easily and quickly get in touch with us.

Facebook allows you to come up with a personalized welcome message that can be in the form of Text only, text and image or text and video. You can also set a number of buttons that give people a number of actions that they can take. This includes clicking on a button that takes them to your website or using one of the available quick replies.

Our DIY Facebook Ads Marketing Course

As mentioned earlier, we can only cover so much in this Facebook Ads for Estate planning attorneys blog post. Creating a Facebook Ad is a process that has a lot of steps.

If you really wish to nail it, check out our DIY Facebook Ads Marketing Course. The course has a wide range of amazing videos, in which we take you along the way as you create your very own first Facebook Ad.

Facebook Ads Marketing Course

By Francisco

Francisco is the founder/owner of Planet Marketing. He enjoys writing about the work he does, passing his knowledge to everyone. Aside from writing about internet marketing, web hosting, Facebook Ads, Google Ads, reviews, etc., he loves science and astronomy. His number one passion is being a dad to his 9-year old son & horse playing with him. Facebook Twitter Linkedin

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