5 Strategies to Rock Facebook Video Ads for Local Businesses

ANA GOTTER | June 17, 2019

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We know that video is important for online marketing and advertising, with the potential to increase brand awareness and lead to a direct increase in lead generation, sales, and other types of conversions. It is dynamic, it is interesting, and it can get users to stop scrolling like little else can. Despite all this, Facebook video ads for local businesses are incredibly underused.

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