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What is The Facebook Ads Pixel? For Football Academies by Oxasport
Facebook Ads (now called Meta Ads) has been around for a long time. After all, Facebook was founded back in 2004 and Facebook started showing ads on its website in 2007. Today, more than 15 years on, Facebook still remains one of the most popular social media platforms for football clubs to engage with their...
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Advertising is an essential and unavoidable part of running a football academy or any successful organisation. While using your own free communication channels (your website, your social media pages, word-of-mouth, email) should definitely be part of your strategy, online paid advertising can provide several benefits and represent an effective addition to promote your activities and...
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Many football clubs and academies are yet to start using email marketing tools for a number of reasons. It can be due to a lack of experience with email marketing, or a lack of time and resources to set-up an email marketing process. But a solid email marketing strategy can provide various benefits and time-savings...
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Email marketing has been around for a long time. But it is a marketing tool that many football clubs and academies are not yet using despite the positive impact that good email marketing strategies can have on an organisation. Email marketing is simply the use of email to communicate with your existing customers (or members)...
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Driving users to your football academy’s website is an important part of running your business. The people that come to your website every week are your potential clients looking for football camps or for football training sessions throughout the year at your Academy. This can either be people who know you and have worked with...
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Have you ever sent an email to a bunch of your clients with a link to your website and wanted to know how many people clicked on the link that you added inside your email? A common way of measuring clicks on links is using UTMs. UTM stands for Urchin Tracking Module, and is method...
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