As part of this series on Facebook audiences and ads, we’ve tackled different types of audience. Today, we’re taking on Facebook’s Dynamic Audience.
If you’re wondering how you’ve never heard of this audience type or why it doesn’t appear often, you’re not alone.
Here’s what you need to know.
What is Facebook Dynamic Audience?
In other words, if your Facebook page doesn’t have a catalog you won’t be using dynamics audiences or dynamic ads in the near future.
It’s an audience that relies on engagement and interactions between customers and your products.
How Do Dynamic Audiences Work?
Put simply, if you have a product catalog on Facebook, once customers engage with it, then you have a dynamic audience.
Whether these users or customers have clicked on one or more of your products, bought an item from you, or simply added a product to their cart, this counts as an interaction with your shop and catalog and goes into to generate a Facebook Dynamic Audience.
That said, there’s an important aspect to remember before you can start searching for your dynamic audience.
Your store needs to have the Facebook tracking pixel integrated in order to track your customers’ actions, says Nicolas Vibet, chief product officer at MakeMeReach.com.
How Is this Audience Dynamic?
The answer is since this audience type relies on interactions, it’s ever-growing.
Today you can have 10 users engage with your products, tomorrow that number can be 100.
Regardless of the number, whether it increases or decreases, the audience keeps forming and growing, making it a dynamic audience.
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“Any interaction from users with your products, website or content will be tracked, and will design the Dynamic Audience further, reaching more people in the future,” says Vibet.
How Do I Use Facebook Dynamic Audiences?
Facebook doesn’t leave anything to chance. For the dynamic audience, Facebook has created an ad type called Dynamic Ads.
In brief, dynamic ads use items from your product catalog and display them to people who have “looked at or searched for” your products online.
Dynamic ads “match items from your catalog with events from a Facebook Pixel or [software development kit (SDK)], a piece of code installed on your website or app,” Facebook explains.
More on Facebook’s Dynamic Ads in our next blog post!