Did you know you can promote your business to your ideal target audience on LinkedIn? Now we’re not just talking about going after the usual demographics (age, gender, location, interests); LinkedIn advertising can do so much more than that.
Let’s take a closer look:
1. Detailed targeting
The targeting options available in LinkedIn can be super specific or extremely broad. Depending on who your audience is and how you complete targeting fields like company, industries, company size, job titles, seniorities, level of education, degrees, skills and more, will all determine the size of your audience and your estimates results. These fields are simply the fundamental groundwork to your campaign, setting the parameters of who your ad will be delivered to and how your campaign will reach your key decision-makers.
2. Matched Audiences
The capability of LinkedIn’s targeting options doesn’t stop there. It also features a ‘match audiences’ tool, which enables you to upload your data from your CRM database, website and account targeting to retarget website visitors, reach unknown contacts and accounts.
Alternatively, importing your subscriber list or potential customers into LinkedIn is only going to ease the conversion more than it currently does so. After all, LinkedIn has a 3 times higher conversion rate when generating leads than both Twitter and Facebook - imagine how many monthly leads your business could be generating if we were to build your audience around your customer database?
3. Exclude Audiences
As much as you can go after professionals and companies, you can also exclude them from your targeting. This ensures specific professionals and companies alike – perhaps competitors – are not served your ads. Once your ad has started to generate data, this insight can be used to review and refine your audience, making it even more tailored than before.
If you're intrigued to know your target audience's potential reach, then please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call me on: 01925 755960 and we'll look forward to building your audience with you.