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Create a Facebook ad in just a few minutes

Adobe Spark Post can be used to make Facebook ads in just a few minutes. You don’t need any experience with design software or programming as a simple interface makes the process very easy to understand.

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How to create Facebook ads

  1. Select a size for your Facebook ad

    There are several sizes to choose from in the Adobe Spark interface, including options specifically designed for Facebook. Click the “Layout” tab at the top of the design page and choose from the list of pre-defined sizes and layouts available.

  2. Choose illustrative and eye-catching icons

    Ads usually contain eye-catching and descriptive icons in order to inform and engage. Spark Post includes hundreds of icons, all of which you can resize and fill with color.

  3. Add some impactful images

    A great ad always relies on vivid and descriptive imagery. Click the “+” icon in the preview panel to upload your own images or add license-free photos from the Internet.

  4. Choose a font and add some informative text

    Communicate with your target audience by adding text to your Facebook ad. You can also give your text color and make changes to alignment, opacity, size, and font.

  5. Share or download your advertisement

    Once you’re completely happy with your Facebook ad, download it or share it on Facebook.

Make a truly unique Facebook ad

Anyone can make a Facebook ad, but how can you be sure yours is unique if you’re using the same simple tools your competitors are using? Adobe Spark gives you the creative freedom to make your ad stand out from the competition through several customization options. Make changes to text, backgrounds, images, color schemes, alignments, and layout. By experimenting with all of the design features available, you can ensure that your final design is both unique and eye-catching.

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