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How to Create Instagram Ads

A Step-by-Step Guide to Advertising on Instagramđź‘Ś



  •  Determine an objective.
  • Choose your audience.
  • Set your placement.
  • Make your budget and schedule.
  • Curate your ad creative.
  • Build your page & links.
  • Report on the performance.
        you can lunch your ads through Facebook Ads API 


1. Determine an objective.


You'll notice that there are several different campaign objective options to choose from here. However, in order for your ad to be eligible to appear on Instagram, you'll have to choose from a slightly shorter list:

  •   Boost your posts
  •   Send people to your website
  •   Increase conversions on your website
  •   Get installs of your app
  •   Increase engagement in your app
  •   Get video views

For this article, we're going to select: "Traffic."
When you select this option, you’ll be prompted to name your campaign. This may seem like a simple task (and it is) but it's a good idea to have some sort of naming convention or set process within your company. This will make it easier for you to keep campaigns straight as you continue to create them.


2. Choose your audience.

If you’re just starting out with Instagram advertising, odds are you won't know exactly which audience you want to go after. This will come with time, and you may just have to play around with it at first. (If you want tips to help you choose the right audience, check out this page.)

During this step, you'll find that the platform’s built-in targeting can be as simple or as extensive as you need it to be, with options such as:

Location
Age
Gender
Language
Relationship
Education
Work
Financial Status
Home
Ethnic Affinity
Generation
Parents
Politics (U.S. only)
Life Events
Interests
Behaviors
Connections

You can create what’s called a custom audience to reach people who’ve already interacted with your business, or a lookalike audience to reach new people on Facebook who are similar to your most valuable audiences.


The ads platform also allows you to save the audience you create to be used again at a later time, which can be good if you’re experimenting and want to remember the exact audience you used for certain campaigns.


In terms of the objective we selected — "send people to your website" — we'll want to target a more specific group of people: the type of people who are actually going to be interested in the content we present.

To do this, you'd jump down to the "Detailed Targeting" section, and search for different demographics, interests, or behaviors that apply to your target audience. Here’s an example of a (very small) audience, just to show you the different ways you can target certain people:



To give you a sense of the audience you’ve chosen, Facebook provides an "audience definition gauge." This gives you immediate feedback on how narrow or broad your audience is, as well as the estimated reach number of your ad. Since we didn’t add very much criteria to our targeting, you'll notice that the audience appears "fairly broad."

3-Set your placement.


This step is the biggest differentiator between setting up Facebook ads vs. Instagram ads. To move forward with the Instagram ad, you’ll want to uncheck all the boxes except for "Instagram."


4-Make your budget and schedule.
You have the option to select either a daily budget or a lifetime budget for your campaign. The difference is this:
Daily budget sets your ad up to run continuously throughout the day, meaning that the algorithm will automatically pace your spending per day. Keep in mind that there is a minimum daily budget depending on different factors in your campaign, usually around $1.00.
Lifetime budget sets your ad up to run for a specified length of time, meaning the ads algorithm paces your spending over that entire time period.
The other aspect to setting your budget is setting your schedule. You’ll need to choose exactly when you want your campaign to start and finish running, down to the minute. There are also options to set parameters so that your ad runs only during certain hours of the day or during specific days of the week. You can find these options in the "Ad Scheduling" section.


Then, you can set your ad up for delivery. Here, you have three options that will influence who sees your ads. 

Link Clicks: Your ads will be delivered accordingly to get the most clicks to your website at the lowest cost. This is all based on the platform's algorithm.
Impressions: Your ads will be delivered to people as many times as possible. Ever see the same ad on your newsfeed all day long? That company is most likely using this option.

Daily Unique Reach: Your ad will be delivered to people up to once a day. People may see your ad multiple times, but at least not multiple times a day.
Then, after you choose your delivery method, you will have to figure out your bid amount.

This determines how effectively your ad is delivered. When you look "behind the scenes," you’re competing with other advertisers trying to reach a similar audience in a constant auction.

You can choose either Manual or Automatic. Automatic leaves it up to Facebook’s algorithm to deliver your ad — ideally getting you the most clicks for the lowest cost. Manual allows you to set a price for link clicks. If a link click is worth a lot to you, try setting a higher than suggested bid, and your ad will be displayed over a competitor with a lower bid.

You can choose to pay based on impressions or link clicks. This is up to you.

After that, you can schedule your ads. Here are the options you have for delivery:

Standard: shows your ads throughout the day.
Accelerated: helps you reach an audience quickly for time-sensitive ads.
(Note: the accelerated delivery option requires manual bid pricing.)

Finally, you'll have to name your ad set so you can identify it in Ads Manager later.


5- Curate your ad creative.

This is where your creativity comes in. Here you'll decide what you want your ad to look like, which will depend on your original objective, of course.

(Psst — Want to get a stunning Story auto-magically created for your brand? Check out StoriesAds.com, a free Instagram Story generator from HubSpot and Shakr. Click here to get started.)

On Instagram, you have a couple different options for your ad:



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