I'm Falling In Love With Facebook
Who Wants To Open a Franchise?
Social media marketing
I’m falling in love with Facebook, and here’s why:
If you’re like most, you probably assume that social media is a marketing channel full of thirteen year old girls.
Yes, if you run untargeted social media ads, you’re certain to get low quality traffic, but you might be surprised that Facebook ads can be(and should be) one of your highest quality traffic sources!
Facebook is my favorite way to
target high quality individuals
encourage website visitors to return (via remarketing),
Analyze Our Target Demographics
The best part is, this all comes at costs similar to our other popular SEM channels.
For Franchisors, Success In Social Media Advertising Depends On Two Things
How compelling their ads are
How well they can answer the question “Who Wants To Open A Franchise”
Lucky for us, Facebook has been busy gathering, buying, and aggregating data about Facebook users! They’ve tied all that information back to Facebook profiles so that YOU can send them relevant ads. They have a million ways to target people.
Here are 10 Randomly selected Facebook targeting settings
Net Worth and Income
Office type (home, corporate, small office)
Business Purchase History
Political and Non-Profit donation history
specific Interests and/or Hobbies
And my favorite “Has the user purchased milk recently”
The kinds of people who visit FranchiseHelp.com
This screenshot shows us an overview of the types of people that visit FranchiseHelp.com.
Topping the List are all categories comprised of affluent and ambitious individuals who are actively seeking further professional success.
And the kinds who don't Visit FranchiseHelp.com
Here we learn that the people least likely to go to franchisehelp.com are groups of low income rural parents and grandparents
The most common occupations of FranchiseHelp.com Visitors
jobs that franchisehelp.com visitors avoid
Demographics Of FranchiseHelp Lead Submitters
What type of person actually submits a lead to become a franchisee via franchisehelp.com?
What we have found is that education and relationship status are some of the most predictive factors when evaluating if a population is likely to be interested in franchising.
People with higher income tend to be more interested in franchising via franchisehelp.com
Lastly, the most significant indicator of a franchisee is always age
Now Compare these franchisehelp.com audiances with people who currently own a franchise. You might be surprised how similar they are.