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There’s a common misconception from online advertisers with only one product that the Carousel Ad unit does not make sense for them. They’re used to seeing the kind of retail ad pictured below:
We’ve seen some pretty creative example, however, of advertisers leveraging the unit to feature one product, an app, or a lifestyle image as opposed to multiple products split up over the different tiles. While Facebook and Instagram’s Carousel Ads are a natural fit for retailers with a wide array of products to sell online, they also lend themselves quite well as a showcase for a single product.
Some popular approaches include listing:
Below are a few examples of digital marketers using the Carousel ad unit to showcase one product from many angles.
Here, the advertiser zooms in on several views of a car, and then zooms out to admire the whole vehicle:
Here, the mobile app developer spotlights several levels and backdrops of its Egyptian-themed slots game:
Here, the advertiser highlights the many features and benefits of its financial services:
Marketers looking to sell an insurance policy, a mobile gaming app, a mattress, or a subscription service should all take advantage of the chance to tell a story via images and copy.
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