6 simple steps to producing high-converting video ads
Want high-converting, profitable Facebook ads?
The key to success is attention-grabbing Creative.
Most advertisers struggle to consistently produce a high return on ad spend.
Video Ads will transform your results.
Here are 6 simple steps to producing high-converting video ads.
If you want to grow your online course or membership business with Facebook ads, video is your best way forward. Video ads can boost conversions by up to 80%? But if they aren’t produced properly, they’ll suck. In this thread, I’ll show you how to do it.
- Start with a problem
We are hardwired to pay attention to things that will help us survive or thrive. We ignore everything else. Start off with a big pain point your audience needs to solve. Knowing your audience is key to picking problems that will grab their attention.
- Write a compelling script
Here’s a video structure that works: Hook > Problem > Solution(Offer) > CTA. Remember, people don’t care about you or your solution. They only care about how you can improve their lives. Make your script entirely about them.
- Keep it short and sweet
As a knowledge-based business, your video ads will bring people to a lead magnet or mini-front-end offer. For these funnels, keep your video ads to under 30 seconds. Get your message across quickly and effectively.
- Use a pattern interrupt
Start your video with an interesting on-screen movement or video effect. Do something in the first second that visually grabs people’s attention. This will buy you 3-5 seconds to say something interesting that convinces them to keep watching the rest of the video.
- Add captions
Most users watch videos on Facebook with the sound off. Captions will ensure your message gets across, even in silent mode.
- Use a strong call-to-action (CTA)
Your CTA should be specific, clear, and compelling. Encourage users to take the desired action, whether it’s signing up for a free trial or making a purchase.
Whether you are just starting out or you want to scale your online course and membership business, Facebook video ads need to be part of your creative strategy. The first 5 seconds of your video are the most important. Focus on this first.