Ad Scheduling Available on Facebook
August 12, 2014
Last week it was announced that ad scheduling would be available in the Facebook interface. It works the same way ad scheduling works in Google AdWords.
How Do You Set It Up?
If you go to the power editor for your Facebook ads and enter the “ad sets” tab, under the budgeting and ad set dates sections you can now find an “Ad Scheduling” section. Here you must select “Run ads on a schedule”, and from there you can select the times and days you want your ads to show.
Pretty simple right? Are there hours or days in the week that are best to show ads during for your industry? Check out your statistics to make sure you are not wasting budget away during certain hours, and get your Facebook ads scheduled!
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