8 Apps to Enhance Your Instagram Stories

Want to improve your Instagram stories and Stories ads? Looking for easy ways to create or transform your videos on Instagram? In this article, you’ll discover eight apps that’ll help you create better Instagram stories. #1: Animate Text Overlay in Photos and Videos If you want to add more creative text overlays to your Instagram […]

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Snapchat Context Cards, Facebook VR Updates, Twitter Bookmarking

Welcome to this week’s edition of the Social Media Marketing Talk Show, a news show for marketers who want to stay on the leading edge of social media. On this week’s Social Media Marketing Talk Show with Erik Fisher and Kim Reynolds, we explore¬†Facebook VR updates, Twitter bookmarking with Madalyn Sklar, Snapchat context cards with […]

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The Journey: Episode 1

The Journey, a Social Media Examiner production, is an episodic video documentary that shows you what really happens inside a growing business. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAUOCQ8FgP8 Watch The Journey: Episode 1 Episode 1 of The Journey reveals what many will see as an impossible goal pursued by Michael Stelzner, founder of Social Media Examiner. Mike is on a […]

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How Bloggers Monetize: New Research

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Dynamic Creative for Facebook Ads

Assembling the perfect, most effective combination of creative for Facebook ads is a time-consuming process for advertisers. Thanks to Dynamic Creative, that process just got a whole lot easier.

Which image works best? Should you use short or long text? How about your headline? Does the CTA button matter?

We, as advertisers, struggle with these questions. We create multiple ads in an attempt to isolate the highest performing combination. But if you have a low budget, it’s rarely worthwhile to create multiple ads while watering down the results.

If it works as advertised, Dynamic Creative just simplified the lives of advertisers. Let’s take a closer look…

What Is Dynamic Creative?

Dynamic Creative allows the advertiser to submit up to 30 creative assets, and Facebook then mixes and matches to find what performs best.

In addition to the overall limit of 30, Facebook caps the number of individual creative variations that can be submitted as well.

  • Title/Headline (5)
  • Images (10) OR Videos (10)
  • Text (5)
  • Description (5)
  • CTA Button (5)

Note that you can’t combine images AND videos when submitting creative variations — only one or the other.

How to Set Up Dynamic Creative

It’s possible that not everyone has this yet. But it’s also possible that you have it and don’t realize it — which was the case for me.

First, know that you must use the Quick Creation workflow when setting up a campaign. You would do this either in Power Editor or the new Ads Manager interface. If you use Guided Creation (as I was), Dynamic Creative will not be an option.

For now, you must use one of the following campaign objectives:

  • Conversions
  • Traffic
  • App Installs

Okay, so let’s get this set up…

First, set up your campaign using Quick Creation and save it to draft. We’re only selecting an objective and naming our campaign, ad set, and ad for now.

Facebook Ads Quick Creation

Now, edit the ad set, and you’ll see the Dynamic Creative option.

Facebook Dynamic Creative

Click the button to turn Dynamic Creative on. You’ll now get a message indicating that any settings that aren’t compatible with Dynamic Creative will be changed or removed.

Facebook Dynamic Creative

Most of this, as far as I know, relates to placements.

Everything else is done at the ad level. You can upload up to 10 image variations…

Facebook Dynamic Creative

…or up to 10 video variations.

Facebook Dynamic Creative

Remeber that you can’t, at this moment, provide a mixture of images and videos.

After entering the website URL and display link (you can’t provide variations for those), provide up to five text variations by clicking the “+ Add” button.

Facebook Dynamic Creative

Submit multiple titles/headlines…

Facebook Dynamic Creative

Submit multiple descriptions…

Facebook Dynamic Creative

Finally, you can submit up to five CTA button variations by selecting the ones you want in the drop-down…

Facebook Dynamic Creative

View Variations

If you attempt to provide more than 30 assets, Facebook will give you an error message…

Facebook Dynamic Creative

Note that the limit of 30 includes those assets that don’t allow for variations (website URL and display link, for example).

While in the ad, you’ll see a preview of what an ad may look like on the right side.

Facebook Dynamic Creative

Notice that the combination of assets is completely random. Click “View More Variations” to see all of the various variations of ad creative.

Facebook Dynamic Creative

Here’s the thing that confused me at first: You aren’t creating multiple ads.

Facebook Dynamic Creative

This is only one ad. You can’t pick and choose which creative variations go with one another. As such, you’ll need to be sure that any creative variation you submit will work with any other asset.

Here’s the major benefit of keeping all of these variations to the same ad: Creating multiple ads would split up the engagement. You can now leverage all of the likes, comments, shares, and other engagement of a single ad.

View the Top Performing Ad Creative

Since you’re creating only one ad, which assets are performing best? It will be useful to know which types of text, images, videos, headlines, descriptions, and CTA buttons are the top performers so that you can learn from that information and apply it in the future.

Well, you can actually find that within your ad reports.

Click “Breakdown” at the top right of your ad reports and select “By Asset.”

Facebook Dynamic Creative

You can now view performance by any of the following breakdowns: Image, Video, Headline, Text, Description, Call to Action, and Website. These options will not appear within Breakdown until you launch your first campaign with Dynamic Creative.

Your Turn

Have you started experimenting with Dynamic Creative yet? Is it leading to better results? What are you learning?

Let me know in the comments below!

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