The next Facebook-like ad might be a video, but there’s a whole world of other ads that could come out of the same playbook.
Here’s how to create one that makes you look good.1.
Get your ads out there2.
Get the right message3.
Get relevant and relevant-looking ads4.
Use a compelling story to build the story5.
Make it personalWe all want to look good in our ads.
In some cases, we want to feel good about the company, our products, and our services.
But many people don’t want to have to justify why they should pay attention to us, or their brand.
That’s where your ads come in.
We’ve written about how to get people to pay attention before, and how to make a convincing, engaging story work for your business.1.)
Get out there.
If you’re a small business, don’t worry if your ads are small.
If your ads look small, it means you have a limited budget.
You’ll need to spend a lot of money on your ads.
And the ads will only look good on mobile devices.
And those ads will probably look better on mobile, too.
We can do a lot with the same budget, but it doesn’t mean you need to be cheap.
If that’s not the case, then you’ll need a bigger budget.
If the budget you’re looking to spend is around $50,000, you should consider getting a $150,000 ad budget.2.
Build a compelling video.
If there’s an ad that does a great job of conveying the message, then that’s going to sell.
If it doesn, you’ll have to create an ad of your own.
If someone watches a short video, that’s what your video will be about.
You want to tell a compelling tale that builds the story around your company.3.
Use compelling stories to build your story.
For every $1 you spend on your ad, you’re going to have a chance to create something memorable for the user.
And that’s where stories come in, to help you build the audience you want.4.
Build the story you want to build.
When people see your ad—and, by extension, your brand—they’re going the next step in the ad buying process.
They’re going back to the app store and clicking on the ad to see what it has to offer.
The ad is going to tell them a story, and the story is going be about you.
It’s going a little bit more to the left, but the story will be telling them that you are a good business, and you do a good job.
That story is what will make your ads stand out and be relevant to your audience.5.
Build your story to get your ads on mobile.
You can use your own video to tell your story, but you can also use a video that’s made for you by a third party.
That video is going in front of your mobile users, but they’re not going to see your ads because the app will only show you the video in front.
But, as soon as they see your video, they’ll see a new story about you and your brand.
You don’t have to go the extra mile to make sure your story makes sense on mobile screens, but a great story can do that.
If they’re watching a video from a company called MySpace that you run on your site, you could put that video in the top left corner of your ads, so that people see that it’s your story and that your ads have value.
That way, they see you as a real company, not a company that just runs ads on your website.6.
Build that story to sell your product or service.
You have to get to a point where you can show people why they want to buy from you, and why they’re going out of their way to buy your products or services.
When they’re buying your products and services, they want you to know they’re coming back for more.
So, when they go to buy those products and you’re the only person there, they’re more likely to buy again.
They know that you’re doing the right thing, and they want the right product and service.
But they’re just a little more interested in seeing the other side of the story.
And once you get to that point, your story is ready to be sold.7.
Make sure your ads fit the story of your company—and of your brandIf you want your ads to be as relevant and meaningful as possible, then they have to work with the story and your branding.
If, for example, you run a business that builds social proof to keep your customers coming back, then the story that’s driving the ads should match your business’s social-proofing strategy.
And, since the ads are targeting Facebook users who have an account, your ads should