Social Media Marketing With The Omaha World-Herald Produces great ROI’s

If you run a small business, you do not have time to manage all those social networks yourself. In fact, you probably don’t have time to manage even one. The Omaha World-Herald has over 73K Facebook Fans, almost 100K Twitter Followers, as well as Instagram, and let’s not forget about the 17 Million Monthly Omaha.com views. It’s no secret that digital advertising has become a key part of most marketing campaigns. It probably comes as no surprise that Facebook is one of the biggest players in digital advertising, indicating that social media advertising is front and center in the digital ad world. In fact, Facebook blows all other digital properties out of the water when it comes to display ad spending.

With so many choices, it can be a challenge to develop a social media advertising strategy that works for your unique business. Advertising socially with The Omaha World-Herald, we dig into everything you need to know about launching a social ad campaign, then give you the nitty-gritty details on how (and why) to create ads on the most popular social networks.

When you advertise through Facebook with The Omaha World-Herald, we can:

  • Place Ads
  • Create Postings
  • Boost Posts
  • Track All Results

The Omaha World-Herald Knows How To Measure Your Social Media Results

You need to track the time spent, cost of ads, etc., as well as the activities and campaigns you launch as part of your social media marketing. It has been shown that 41% of companies said they had no idea whether or not their social media efforts were actually paying off. We have mastered the art of reporting, and will share with you the great results of your social media campaign as much as you want.

We help you with understanding what to achieve on social media, and establishing a great presence. When you advertise on social media with the Omaha World-Herald, you can be assured you will have the best marketing team in Omaha!

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