Facebook is a deep ocean of leads. There are 2.7 billion users from all over the world and 190 million users from the USA — imagine how many thousands (!) of them are your target audience. Huge popularity and even “user addiction” makes Facebook a perfect platform for advertising. Let’s see how to capture leads from Facebook and what to do with them afterwards.
Facebook allows you to run ads that will land FB users on your website or your FB page. The sd may let them leave their personal data in a form right on Facebook. These are warm leads, so it is important not to lose them and help them make a key action with your business.
There are several ways to launch a FB ad campaign: you can create a post that will bring FB users to your landing page. In this case, make sure that this page or website has a clear CTA, and there is a place for visitors to leave their personal data (static form or pop-ups). Make sure that all the data is recorded somewhere — read this article to find out how to do it.
A more profitable type of ad on Facebook is the one that doesn’t redirect a user to a website. It is an ad with a type “Lead Generation”: users have to fill in the form to leave their contact details.
And now let’s do it step by step.
When Facebook users fills in the form, a new lead card with all the data from the form is created in Dashly. The data can be used in triggered messages, but only if the event “Facebook lead form is filled” is a trigger. In order to use this data for personalization and segmentation, choose what answers to record into lead properties while configuring the integration.
Of course, Facebook allows you to export data in csv, but it will take you hours to deal with this data manually. Integration allows you to automate the process: all the data from the forms gets into Dashly without your effort. You can send messages right after your leads fill in the form on Facebook.
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Use all channels to capture leads and don’t forget to continue communication with them. Remember: every customer was a lead that got warmed enough to buy 🙂