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Do Your Ads Actually Speak To Your Target Audience?

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If you are struggling to lower your CPA, maybe you are facing the same issue a lady I was talking to last week was dealing with.

She was spending about $10K a month on Facebook but could not scale further without seeing a horrid return in results.

After taking a 5 minute look at her current ads and her ad account I could tell straight away what the problem was.

The product was appealing mostly to a younger target market that were facing a set of specific issues

But the problem was her ads were not aligning with that.

Her ads were targeted towards a totally different audience.

To me it was super obvious but often being inside the Business everyday stops you from seeing things from a different perspective

The target market she should have been tailoring her ads towards is a much larger market and much more emotionally driven audience

So I know once she tweaks her creative strategy she will see an improvement in results and will be able to scale quickly

For you right now, this is what you should do.

Take a look at your ad creatives

Your images, your videos, your ad copy messaging

And ask yourself who is this actually appealing too?

And then ask yourself…

Is that who I want it to appeal to?

Are you actually talking about the real problems your niche is experiencing?

Are you making it incredibly clear that your product is the solution to their problems?

And then really hammering home the benefits of your product?

Plain and simple

If your ads are appealing to the wrong target audience how can you expect your ads to scale profitably?

You cant.

If you want me to have a peek inside your brand

And spot the obvious issues you are making

And help solve them so you too can scale to $5K / $10K or $20K a day in profitable ad spend

Book a call below and let’s work through this together.

Peace Out.

Dan (Head of Partnerships at DimNiko Agency)

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Case study: How to Consolidate Your Traffic While Using Dynamic Ads

Consolidating Audience while Testing Dynamic Ads

Several weeks ago we shared our experience of scaling an account from $2k to $20k daily spend.

And we got a great response from you guys!

So we decided to continue discussing this account and tell you which steps we implemented so far.

Just a quick reminder of what I’ve been doing last month:

The main strategy was to run broad audiences and keep on testing new creatives in dynamic ads.

Since all the campaigns were working well, we kept on adding new CBOs without turning off old campaigns.

By the end of the month we had 10 prospecting campaigns running on $1000 daily spend each.

We kept on running these campaigns without changing anything in the set ups or ads.

We couldn’t scale more because of the product stock limitations.

But at some point the CPA started increasing and we had to scale back.

We noticed this tendency on almost all of the campaigns.

Since the audiences were broad, we weren’t afraid of the audience overlap.

It seemed that the campaigns was just burning out.

And though they already got through the learning phase, it didn’t help them in optimizing.

We tried duplicating the campaigns but the results didn’t get back to normal.

So our main question was how to consolidate 10 campaigns with dynamic ads into one?

We decided to turn off the worst 5 campaigns and combine them to 1 campaign.

How did we do that?

At that point the campaigns had a daily spend of $500.

So we created a CBO campaign with $2500 daily spend – the exact amount they were spending separately.

We created identical 5 ad sets with a broad audience – the exact audience we were targeting.

And each ad set was running with it’s own dynamic ad – the exact ads that were running separately as well.

After all, we just combined all 5 campaigns into 1 big prospecting campaign.

The first and second days weren’t a success, the CPA was still high but a bit lower than before.

So we continued running this test because we weren’t losing anything.

And what a surprise was waiting for me on the third day!

The CPA was twice lower than in the first 2 days.

We waited for 3 more days to make sure that the CPA had stabilized.

And started increasing the budget by 20% daily.

Again the main key in this setup was that all the ad sets were broad.

When your audience is broad, it makes it much easier to scale because the sky’s the limit.

But you have to find the correct campaign setups in order to make the broad audience work.

At this point, I’m back to the scaling limits due to stock limitations with a much lower CPA.

Which is always good news!

If you’re spending over $500 a day

And also want to scale your brand

Book a call below:
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Case Study – Audience Testing with Dynamic Ads

Audience Testing with Dynamic Ads

Today we would like to share something interesting we noticed on the prospecting campaigns, as it seems like things are switching again.

Back in October 2019, we noticed that the successfully used lookalikes don’t work as they used to

And no matter what combination we added the results were far from what we were familiar with.

On the other hand, it was quite noticeable across several accounts.

The broader audiences (interest-based or completely broad just age settings and gender if it was necessary) worked better than any lookalike audience.

It was quickly applied and had success with it.

Back to now, we can see again a trend line bringing back greater results with lookalike audiences, however, Facebook’s algo still prefers a broader audience size.

Here it is what we tested and potentially will work again as per the results:

  • Lookalike audiences ranging from 1% to 10%
    When adding it into ad sets we are making sure that the audience size is more than 10 million.
  • Broad audiences still work, but in the sense of adding interest or behaviors which is narrowing it a bit (compared to letting it completely broad as we used too).
  • Dynamic ads used for acquiring prospects – when we are using 5 to 7 ads it is noticeable that lately, FB doesn’t push traffic on all of them. So, we prefer using 3-4 in order to make sure all of them are getting traffic.

The situation is changing as always, there is no template work on FB, and constant testing is what it takes.

Slowly things are getting back to somewhat normal from the Covid situation, as it is a noticeable spike in CPM/CPAs, they are increasing compared to what it was in the previous month.

Share with us if you have noticed similar or other changes happening, we are looking forward to hearing your experiences.

Also, if you’re spending over $500 a day And want to scale your brand

Book a call below:

Have a great week!
Ago from the DimNiko Team 🙂

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What Creative Works Best In In-stream Video Ad Placement?

It’s been a while since I wrote about a specific placement or ad types.

The reason is that we had been focusing on campaign consolidation, CBO and dynamic ads which basically goes against creating separate campaigns for specific placements.

However the increased video viewers and publishers on Facebook might change how we approach these placements.

And provides new opportunities for us to custom design a content specifically for in-stream ad placements.

What is in-stream placement?

It is a placement where advertisers can show their video ads within other video contents from publishers.

It can appear in Feed, Audience Network and Watch as well.
These contents needs to be between 5-15 sec

and the best performing format based on Facebook is 16:9, however 1:1 up to 9:16 is also compatible with.

A very important characteristic is that it only plays on publishers videos that are at least 3 minutes long, and MOST importantly it’s NOT skippable.

Why is that important? Because the user has to watch your AD!

From the start till the end.

Even more than that the sound is on, that means your ad is also played with SOUND ON!

Based on Facebook information there is a 70% completion rate on these ad views meaning your ads will be more than likely to be watched full length with sound on!

This creates a huge opportunity to get your message and brading across.

As for optimisation Facebook prioritise user experience on these placements.

Optimising not just on the advertisers end but on publishers as well to make sure the right ad shows on the best suitable video content at the right time.

Which makes it more essential to customise these ads.

What are the best tactics to make sure your ads are played during the most popular videos?

Users are interested in watching the original content, they also know that they have to watch the ads as well.

Which can be painful or entertaining, interesting and relevant for them.

You are interrupting them. That’s not a good start.
But if you make it right you can benefit from this placement a lot.

Give them something interesting to watch, make it funny, make it conscious that you are interrupting.

You can even say sorry for interrupting.

Don’t forget the subtitles and captions, the bigger the better based on our experience.

You can also reward users with a surprising ending, and make the visuals memorable.

From an e-commerce perspective, these ad placements are unlikely to have a high CTR as they are interested in the original content, which they intended to watch in the first place.

Otherwise they would close the ad, which is why it is very important to get the first 3 second right.

Give the most visual branding here with the key message.
That’s the most important part where the users decide to be engaged with your message or not.

My favorite goal with these ads are to build audiences that can be retargeted later,

specifically for brand awareness,

And getting through your offer for the retargeting, reengaging audiences.

Hope you enjoyed the read!

If you’re spending over $500 a day and want to scale your brand

Book a call below:


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Why your LLA’s are probably behaving badly, and why you should adapt.


LLA’s can be your best friend with media buying, by using Facebook’s algorithm to your advantage.

Recently we’ve seen that some accounts have seen a massive drop in performance with the LLA’s that have been working great and consistently in the past, it might be yours as well.

During this dreaded time of the pandemic, online customer behaviour has shifted for better and for worse depending on the industry you are in.

For example a study in Germany has shown that searches for luxury products have declined by 95% below normal levels in March 2020.

This is also including CTA’s, organic traffic and clicks to websites.

A recent survey cited from has found that 96% of Gen Z and Millenials are concerned about the pandemic and its effects on the economy.

“This concern is leading them to change their behavior more dramatically than other generations, which includes cutting back on spending, stocking up on items, and spending less on experiences.” –

With Gen X and Boomers, although still concerned about the pandemic and its effects on the economy.

The impact of their shopping behaviour has only changed by 24% of Boomers and 34% of Gen Z, compared to nearly half of Millennials.

Depending on your store’s main market, your Lookalike audiences can be your saving grace or your worst enemy.

This depends on how big the measures are that have been implemented in your target country and demographic.

Where there is a shift in overall online behaviour, your media buying behaviour should adjust and adapt to this as well.

That being said, this is how we made a shift in the strategy with accounts that have been showing symptoms.

Going back to the basics (again and again, rinse and repeat)

Many accounts have been relying heavy on LAL’s and using interest based audiences to test new prospecting customers.

Mostly we run the prospecting for a short term for testing and shift the budget back to LAL when we’ve seeded enough data into the pixel.

Here’s where the twist comes in, due to the change in behaviour, the strategy has shifted towards doing some good old fashioned research and focusing more on interests, demographics, age filters etc.

After this when we have enough conversions and the new data that comes with it, we populate the new LLA’s with the new conversion data, with a shorter conversion window period.

Prediction is key

As the market goes up and down, your strategy should ride the wave as well.

The reason why we see this weird decline and increase in the performance of these LLA’s during this period, is…

By the time you have enough data to have a valuable LLA, the market has already shifted again, due to a lockdown becoming more strict or being lifted, depending on the country and regulations around the industries, in it.

Which is most certainly the main culprit for this constant behaviour change.

The best way to track and prepare for this shift is to follow up on announcements from the countries you are targeting.

Onions have layers

From here, we broaden the interests based on data and some research and use a couple of new detailed targeting audiences and layer that onto your new LLA’s as the period extends.

This is where we start to extend the period of the LLA’s, and keep on seeding it to the adjusted online behaviour of your target audience.

We run new campaigns targeting new and previous interests and layer it with new and old lookalikes.

All and all, this is a volatile period for building profitable audiences that can give you that sweet sweet ROAS straight from the Top Funnel.

Adapting to your changing environment is key to building audiences that bring in the right amount of goodness to your company!

And this only works if you have the right agency partnered with you!

If you are spending over $500 a day and you want to scale your brand

Book a call below:

And that’s a wrap!

I’m Quintin, Media Buyer at DimNiko

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LLAs Are Your Best Friends If You Want to Bring Amazing Results

DimNiko - Look Alike Audiences

We all know that different LLAs which Facebook can spit out

can work really great.

There are many sources from where you can create your LLAs

but for ecom we get best results from:

1- Past buyers
2- FB and IG engagers
3- Video viewers 95%
4- ATC or IC

We have several ways of how to test these.

Today I will show you one way

that brought very good results for one of our clients.

After the deep analyzes of whole account

we saw many good performing audiences at small segments of LLAs.

1,2,6,9% from PUR 30d custom audience.

Then we also saw some good performance from Worldwide audiences in ATC and VV95%.

So we did a testing strategy that went like this:

1-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 7d PUR)
2-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 30d PUR)
3-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 90d PUR)
4-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 365d PUR)
5-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – EMAILS PUR)
6-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 180d FB eng)
7-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 180d FB vis)
8-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 180d FB eng_post)
9-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 180d IG eng)
10-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 180d IG vis)
11-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 180d IG eng_post)
12-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 30d FB eng)
13-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 30d FB vis)
14-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 30d FB eng_post)
15-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 30d IG eng)
16-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 30d IG vis)
17-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 30d IG eng_post)
18-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 75% VV)
19-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 95% VV)
20-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 180d ATC)
21-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 30d ATC)
22-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 180d IC)
23-Test 1-10% LLAs in one campaign at $100 for US (source – 30d IC)

We waited a little to get some results.

We didn’t launch all at once but we activate 3-5 test campaigns every 3 days.

The reason for that was so we didn’t put too much pressure on the current account budget.

Then round 2 of testing was even more testing based on the performance.

1- If we saw the best performance at PUR 180d, we also went to PUR 60,90 and 120.

2- At the same time we also logged in to our software we use for
better targeting, and created LLAs from 10-20%.

3- Then we also grouped best performing LLAs into a big mix
where we combined all 1%, all 2%, all 3%, etc. from different sources.

We waited a little after that, optimized and launched a few more when we saw light.

There is alway some quality lighting at the end of our ‘tunnel’,

so at the end we knew we have to try also Worldwide lookalikes.

We created all above LLAs from round 1 and used different regions

and countries such as the UK,EUR,AU,UK,etc.

It started to become really messy in our audiences account

so we had to put everything in excel to organize our tests and have a better

view on what is working and what not.

We made a detailed plan for the next few weeks

and slowly pushed out different tests.

In round 3 interesting was, that we found some good combinations

from worldwide LLAs but targeting just US or a specific country.

This is where everybody said: “Ok, that’s enough!

We have enough small winners that we can make bigger winners”,

and we did one more thing.

We mixed all our best performers from round 1 and 2 into a very big campaigns,

intersected with very broad niche interests (beauty, online shopping, yoga)

and turned on detailed targeting expansion.

We got some amazing campaigns that we were able

to push to high budgets immediately.

And at this phase all the previous testing paid out.

Many of you will never want to go this way because it gets pretty messy,

but with right strategy, you can bring to your clients

(or to your business) amazing results.

And we always want to bring the best!

That’s why our clients love us. 🙂

So if you’re spending over $500 a day

And want to scale your brand

Book a call with us below:

Have a great day,

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Why Should You Be Using Facebook Messenger Ads?

DimNiko - Facebook Messenger Ads

Have you ever wondered if Messenger ads could help you to drive sales,

Increase conversions,

Or get qualified leads?

The answer is yes – Messenger ads can help you do all that.

And why is that?

Well, because Messenger ads allow you to have real and organic conversations with your customers.

And by reaching customers instantly, you will be able to increase conversions and response rates.

There are two options when it comes to the Messenger campaign objective,

You can pick between:

Sponsored messages ads

And Click to messenger ads.

Sponsored messages allow you to message someone directly that you already had a conversation with in Messenger.

These ads look like a regular message from a friend

But instead it’s a message from a business.

As I have already mentioned,

With Sponsored messages you can only target people who have previously messaged your Facebook page.

So if you would like to run Sponsored message ads, but if the number of people who have messaged your page is too low,

You can start using Call to messenger ads first

And increase the number of people that will message you

And therefore increase your audience for Sponsored messages.

This is a great option for middle of funnel retargeting campaigns,

For example –

If you have a limited time offer or a brand new product that you want to share with your customers right away.

Click to messenger ads on the other hand

Appear on the regular Facebook or Instagram feed.


Unlike a typical news feed ad,

The CTA will say “Send Message”

And will open a Messenger chat when you click on it.

You can even personalise your ad by adding the user’s name,

And you can also set up quick replies with the most frequent questions asked for customers to pick from,

Or buttons to send people to a destination outside the messenger conversation.

Another option would be to connect a bot

So people will receive instant responses based on what they message back.

Are you still wondering why you should try Facebook Messenger ads?

Here are some more advantages:

  1. You can reach people faster than with any other type of ads.

Using a live chat service in some way will help you increase your conversions,

Because responding to a potential client fast will increase your chances of closing a deal.

  1. You can send users personalized messages.

You can only do this for people who have interacted with your ads previously.

You can get direct messages to a user within their Messenger,

So you are not restricted only to the news feed,

Meaning you can reach out to your audience with a more natural personalized message

And this gives you a better shot at landing conversions compared to a regular remarketing ad on their feed.

  1. Your chat will remain in the user’s Messenger inbox.

Either if you use Sponsored messages

Or Click to messenger ads,

Your chats will remain in your user’s inbox

And that is great for retargeting purposes.

  1. They offer the ability to talk with users directly.

Messenger ads give you the possibility to understand your users needs immediately.

And to wrap things up,

Remember that the best practice when it comes to Facebook messenger advertising

Is to start with Click to messenger ads.

And once you have enough users that have engaged with your Page via messages,

You can re-engaged with those users sending a message with Sponsored messages.

The advantage of using a Sponsored message over other types of ads

Is that your audience will receive a notification in their Facebook inbox

And therefore are more likely to engage with the ad compared to other regular ads.

And you, have you already tried Messenger ads? What are you waiting for?

If you are spending over $500 a day and you want to scale your brand

Book a call below:

Until next time 😉

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Are Your Ads Actually Scaleable?

I want to share with you how to adjust your creative messaging to Scale Your Paid Traffic Profitably.

This is the same creative change we made for a client recently

That allowed us to scale them from $2K a day ad spend to $20K a day ad spend with an increase in ROAS.

It’s the difference between businesses doing $30K a month revenue and Businesses doing $300 a month revenue.

And it comes down to your mass-market appeal.

If you are only marketing to people that know about your product,

Have heard of your brand or similar brands

And have already been educated why they should buy your sort of product

You have put a limit on your ad spend.

As this is a very small market compared to the rest of the potential customers.

To get your brand spending $2K a day, $5K a day or upwards of $20K a day

You need to educate people that would have first never purchased your product why they should buy your product.

Once you can convert a TRUELY COLD prospect into buying your product now you can profitably scale.

These people right now will not buy from your brand as your marketing doesn’t connect with them,

Doesn’t educate them

And ultimately doesn’t appeal to them.

To give you an example.

I was talking to a Business Owner that sold coin collections

And was spending about $2K a day but could not scale past that.

Looking at his ads they only appealed to people that were already collecting coins or were interested in the type of coins he was selling.

What about everyone else in the world that might buy your product if the marketing is positioned right?

I suggested to try some marketing angles like this:

Position the coins a new trend or hype “everyone is going crazy over this new hobby” so people who were not interested originally are now potential buyers as it is a new hobby they can take up.

During these weird times, everyone is looking for a new hobby to fill the time and his coin collection brand was a perfect fit for that.

Every brand can have mass-market appeal with the correct marketing direction.

So the question to ask yourself is..

How can your brand have mass-market appeal to scale much more profitably?

This is typically only an issue once you are spending over $500 a day and can’t scale further.

If you want help finding your marketing angle to scale your brand.

Book a call below and let’s work through this together.

Speak soon,


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Budget Distribution Between the Funnel Stage

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The optimal budget allocation between funnel steps is a real challenge for all Facebook marketers.

The wrong decision can significantly impact your ROI and CPA.

But the right decision can boost your performance and as we know only sky’s the limit.

So today I would like to tell you what is the right decision from my experience.

Two weeks ago I wrote a case study on how I scaled an account from 2k to 20k daily spend.

And of course the main traffic was coming from the prospecting campaign.

But it is very important to remember that when you’re scaling the prospecting traffic,

The retargeting traffic should be scaled as well.
Let’s jump into the numbers from here.

So let’s imagine you have a prospecting campaign with a $1000 daily budget.

How much should you spend on retargeting in this case?
My experience based on multiple tests shows that the right decision is 30%.

I would spread these $300 between the Middle and Bottom of Funnel.

$200 for the Middle and $100 for the Bottom.

This is my recipe of a healthy and strong budget distribution.

Now imagine your prospecting campaign is performing amazingly and you start increasing the budget.

In a week or so you start spending $3k per day on your TOF campaign.

But you’re still spending only $300 on retargeting.

In this case you will be missing out on all those additional potential customers

Who got engaged with your ads but didn’t purchase.
So obviously you will have to increase the retargeting gradually,

Depending on how much you increased the prospecting traffic.

At $3k on TOF, I would put $600 on MOF and $300 on BOF.
Now let’s imagine another situation:

The results of your prospecting campaign are very expensive but the retargeting is in the benchmarks.

So you start increasing the retargeting budget and at some point the ROAS drops a lot.

You stop getting those amazing numbers.

Why is that?

The answer is very simple: now you’re not filling the retargeting with enough traffic.

Even though the prospecting is expensive, you have to increase the budget there as well.

Otherwise you won’t just have potential customers at the Bottom of your funnel.

Maybe your product is typically bought from the second or third engagement.

That’s totally fine but you need the customer to get to this step of the funnel in order to retarget.

That’s why spending 70% on the prospecting and 30% on the retargeting is the right decision in terms of budget allocation.
In case you want to learn about other decisions we’re making in the agency

And if you’re spending over $500 a day

And also want to scale your brand

Book a call below:


Maryana from DimNiko 🙂

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How to Strengthen or Build your Brand?

DimNIko - Brand Awareness

Many new businesses lately are trying to push sales from the very beginning,

Which is not wrong obviously

But there’s a major mistake

They are overlooking BRANDING efforts.

Branding is for all sizes of businesses

It’s essential to the long term success of your business

Because it allows your potential customers to know what to expect from your brand

It’s the so called “first impression”.

There are different areas that are used for developing a brand

But for now, I’ll focus on the one side.

First you need to identify your goals and audience

Plus research your competitors well.

Don’t copy them

And bear in mind that you need to be different.

Once the buyer personas are identified

The main challenge is to create the right content for them

And give them what they want to hear.

You’ll need to research the platforms where your audience is spending time as well.

Certainly Facebook is one of the biggest social media platforms out there

But if your budget is not limited,

You have a lot more places where you can expose your brand.


If the audience is active on a certain platform only

Better focus most of your spend there.

Not all social media channels are the same –

So pay attention to customizing the content.

Twitter for instance is very useful for asking questions

And reacting to customers quickly,

While on Instagram

And Pinterest pictures take the first place.


Each channel has optimal posting times

This is not commonly used but definitely worth a test.

Building engagement with your social media page is also very important.

You should be posting activity,

Page posts,


Story polls,

You can use other article links as well.

It’s important to keep people busy and engaged!

This can even be organic posts.

But because it’s a slow process, the best thing is to combine with paid traffic.

A good point here,

On social media we see a lot of giveaways,


That’s not by luck obviously.

It’s one of the most widely used lead gen tactics,

And it’s used for brand awareness as well .

Contestants will sign up

They’ll share

They’ll tag friends which they interact with.

Let’s take for example Facebook –

As for your paid advertising campaign.

It’s best practice to run awareness,



And reach campaigns along with your other ads.

This is the process by which businesses of all sizes cultivate brand awareness,

People will start to know about you

And when there is social proof

And service quality

The prospect will trust you and feel more comfortable buying.

Identify what makes you different.

First step of building a brand is identifying what sets you apart from your competition.

Be consistent with Branding.

Chances to engage with potential customers are precious.

If your brand strategy is different on different channels,

People won’t be able to decode what your brand is about.

Make sure you use consistent messaging and keep your channels harmonized. (Facebook, Insta, Twitter, Email …to name a few as ex.)

Show positivity in your brand strategy.

There is so much negativity in the world, especially online, so the last thing consumers

want is negativity while you are trying to make them shop.

There’s certainly no need for poems and jokes but try and research your favorite brands and

you’ll notice it.

Have a bio page.

Since the bio section on FB and IG is limited so there simply isn’t enough space.

Best practice is to have an “Our story page” and let your brand strategy shine with this content,

By letting your customers know why you are different

And why people should shop from you.

It’s also important to use emotions.

Give consumers a reason to care and feel something about your brand

They have a reason to buy.

Most people make purchasing decisions based on emotions and not logic.

Use your logo, brand name to strengthen your brand identity across all channels.

If you are using the same names for your accounts are all easy to find as they share the

exact same name of the company and same logo.

You can reinforce brand awareness every time someone mentions your brand,

Search for the URL or see your logo.

These are all part of your branding strategy.


If you haven’t started pushing your brand

Put your hands to work and start experimenting,


And measuring.

The more data will be the easier it is to spot patterns and find what works best for your audience.

If you’d like to speak with us please feel free to contact us at and reference this email when filling out the form.

Have a great week!
Ago from the DimNiko Team 🙂