Social Media Advertising

Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram

Why use Social Media Advertising?

With numerous platforms to choose from, social media advertising has become a staple in the media mix, and is currently one of the biggest key trends in digital marketing.

Social media advertising can be a cost-effective, highly visual method that generates rapid awareness to drive high click through rates to your website.

Creative use of social media advertising can also drive valuable word of mouth to send your message, video or page viral.

Social Media effectiveness research shows that for every £1 invested by brands in social media, £3.34 is generated in sales. (IABUK, 2013)

The Media Angel can ensure you’re using advertising on the right social media platforms, whether it is Facebook, Twitter or other highly populated networks. We will use your digital budget in the best possible way to promote your campaign.

Contact us to see how The Media Angel can help with your social media strategy.

Did you know?

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of the UK population have an active Facebook account. (Meltwater, 2018)

million UK users log on to Facebook each day (Statista, 2018)

Why use Facebook Advertising?

Whether the aim of your campaign is to increase page likes, drive traffic to your website, sponsored ads allow you to reach the news feeds of your desired target audience. 

Social media measurement tools such as Facebook Insights can also provide detail findings on your campaign. We’ll look how your posts are performing and find the best way to allocate your future online budget. 

Why use Twitter Advertising?

Twitter is fast becoming one of the number one tools for engagement to connect with your audience. We can help with promoted tweets, placing your message at the top of users newsfeeds or in tailored trends..

Why use Linkedin Advertising?

Linkedin is the ideal tool to reach those in a professional capacity, whether employees and employers. The Media Angel can help audience match, so your message is shared to niche target audiences, based on a set criteria which includes location, industry sectors, job title, seniority, skill, interest, company or groups.