… you’re flushing your money down the toilet.
That’s right Joe, that’s exactly what you are doing if you ignore this really nice feature that Facebook Pixel has.
DYNAMIC FACEBOOK EVENTS
What exactly are DYNAMIC EVENTS (and how you can profit from them)?
I think that you know by now what pixel events are: basically, they are pieces of code fired when something important happens on your site, telling Facebook about this actions.
A “default” event will be usually fired when a particular URL is loaded.
A Dynamic Event will be loaded when the visitor performs a particular action on your site.
This action can be:
- a click on an internal or external link (like an affiliate link, for example)
- a click on a button or other element, like a picture (this can be a newsletter signup button form, for example)
- page scroll up to a defined percent
- mouse over a page element (like a picture)
When the defined action is performed by a site visitor, it will fire the Dynamic Event.
How to use a Dynamic Event to increase your ads profitability
- Optimize your ads for a key action on your site (like a newsletter signup, or an affiliate link click)
- This way you will tell Facebook to send you people that are more likely to perform the desired action, considerably improving your campaign profitability.
- Create Custom Audiences based on important actions on your site.
- Imagine just for a second what this really means: you will create highly accurate audiences that you can laser-target with spot-on ads. This only leads to one thing: improved conversion rates. But that’s not all. You can also expand your reach by creating Lookalike Audiences based on the highly engaged dynamic events audiences.
- Check them inside Facebook Analytics to understand what’s going on with your site. They can be great for funnels.
I am pretty sure that by now you’ve already understood what power lies behind this two little words: dynamic events.
How to add Dynamic Events on your site?
You simply have to go to the dedicated Events menu, add the event’s conditions (like HTML URL, CSS selector, page scroll percent), select the event type and add any parameters you want.
If you get confused send us an email and ask yourquestions and how you can use this method.
What to do next?
Think of one or two actions that you want your visitors to do. Do you have a newsletter? Sign-ups can be such an action. Do you offer a subscription of some sort? This is a good action for you. Is it important for your business if the reader gets to see a certain part of a page? This can be the base for a dynamic event as well. If you run an affiliate site you don’t need me to tell you what is the action that you are interested in.
Trigger Dynamic Events on the actions that matter to you, and build a strategy around them. Create a campaign optimized for those events and Custom Audiences.
I can promise you one thing: based on the experience that we have, this type of strategy will be one of the most profitable that you can deploy.