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New MakeMeReach Feature: Facebook budget split for multiple locations

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7 Jun, 2018

So your company runs or owns a number of different stores. You’re setting up a campaign and, quite rightly, would like to split your Facebook campaign budget across stores, depending on their individual sizes, values or budgets.

heidi-sandstrom-466582-unsplash-256751-editedBut how? Facebook only allows you one global budget, which the algorithm splits depending on how your ads are performing.

So what’s the answer? Manually create a separate ad set for each store or location within the one campaign? If you’re a chain of hundreds of stores that could take you days!  

Introducing the multi-location budget split from MakeMeReach! This new feature means MakeMeReach clients are only a click away from optimizing, capping and controlling the individual budgets of each of their locations, within the one Facebook ad campaign.

Here's a video that explains the concept:

That small store in the countryside town probably doesn’t warrant the same level of ad spend as your flagship store on High Street! Now there’s a way to quickly allocate individual budgets for each of your stores, while keeping your advertising organised within the same campaign.

By selecting this new option, separate ad sets will be created automatically for each of your stores, saving you time and giving you the piece of mind that you’re not overspending for your smaller stores or underinvesting for your flagship ones.

Say goodbye to all that manual work and worries about poorly allocated ad spend! Say hello the new multi-location budget split feature from MakeMeReach.

See this new feature in action for yourself by scheduling a demo.

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About Nicolas Levaique Our Product Manager, Nicolas has a lot to handle. From managing the MakeMeReach Roadmap, to answering technical questions from Customer Support and advising the Sales team on specific features available to their clients, we're always delighted when he comes to us with a new social media update for a blogpost!

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