Our LinkedIn Ads tutorial is perfect for beginners and we go over every different type of LinkedIn PPC Advertising option. LinkedIn ads can be a great option depending on your business and you have several different options. Our LinkedIn Advertising tutorial was created in 2017 and should be relevant into 2018.
Best Practices: Our 2 major best practices are to track your campaigns into Google Analytics and create multiple ads for every campaign. It is vital to test and optimize your campaigns so you can drive conversions and drive sales.
LinkedIn Advertising Article on Surfside PPC: https://surfsideppc.com/linkedin-advertising-tutorial-create-linkedin-ads/
First, we go over LinkedIn Sponsored Content Ads, which are a native advertising ad format that go in the LinkedIn Newsfeed. You can show your ad across devices and reach plenty of audiences. You can choose from custom audiences, retargeting, member groups, job titles, company, company titles, gender, location, interests, and more. There are plenty of ways to narrow your audience.
One of the best things about LinkedIn Sponsored Content Ads is that you can drive leads right through your feed. There are LinkedIn Lead Gen Forms that can convert people on mobile easily. You can drive leads for your business, for your event, or for your conference.
Attract new followers and start building your LinkedIn profile audience by running Pay-Per-Click Advertising. Your ad can go on desktop, tablet, and mobile devices, and you can easily set your budget as well as cost-per-click constraints.
Second, we go over Text Ads, which are LinkedIn Ads that run on the right hand side of Desktop devices. You will usually see about three ads listed together with a small icon, a headline, and a short description. You can advertise your product or service by utilizing these right hand column ads on LinkedIn. You have the same targeting options as sponsored content but these ads only run on desktop devices.
Third, we go over LinkedIn Sponsored InMail Ads, which are ads that allow you to send personalized messages to prospects using LinkedIn Messenger. You can send these on mobile, tablet, or desktop devices and the design is completely responsive. LinkedIn recommends using Sponsored InMail Ads to boost registrations to webinars, events, and conferences. In addition, you can drive conversions for your products or services for your business. Lastly, you can promote downloads of content like eBooks, white papers, videos, infographics, images, and more.
Learn More Here: https://business.linkedin.com/marketing-solutions/ads