Facebook Store Visits Campaign

Store Visits

This type of campaign is used to create ads with location-based relevance for people nearby your bricks and mortar stores. When setting the budget for your Store Visits campaign you have two optimization options:

Reach – Available to all advertisers, optimizes for daily unique reach and shows “Impressions” as the default metric in reporting.

Store Visits – Available to some advertisers, optimizes for lowest cost per attributed store visit by increasing delivery towards customers who are more likely to visit a store.

Rationale behind Store Visits Campaigns:

This type of campaign bridges the gap between online advertising and offline purchasing, driving people to local stores

How Facebook chooses the people it shows your Campaigns to:

Using Geo-targeting, the Store Visits objective allows you to set boundaries automatically based on population density and required audience size. Alternatively, you can specify a precise radius around each one of your stores. You can show each person the address or phone number of the location nearest to them.

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