70+ B2B Facebook Ad Examples to Inspire Your Next Campaign

02 April 2018 by

Are you creating a Facebook ad campaign and need some inspiration before you get started? Then, you’re in the right place.

Just about anyone can go to Facebook and set up a campaign in a few minutes.

But there’s a lot more that goes into creating a successful campaign without wasting a ton of money — and it all starts with the ad.

So, to help you come up with design and content ideas, we’ve compiled this list of B2B Facebook ad examples.

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Part 1: Desktop Facebook Ad Examples

1. Airtable

Airtable keeps things simple and appeals to those frustrated with Excel by including the phrase: “Finally, a database that anyone can use.”

Airtable

2. Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services promotes Amazon Translate, a neural machine translation service.

Amazon Web Services

3. ConvertKit

ConvertKit uses a creative retargeting ad to promote its product to people who have visited the website.

ConvertKit

4. Credo

Credo’s grabs attention by offering a free PDF download about SEO.

Credo

5. Design Pickle

Design Pickle makes it clear they offer “Unlimited Graphic Design Help.”

Design Pickle

6. ElderCounsel, LLC

This ad for ElderCounsel appeals to lawyers looking to generate referrals.

Elder Counsel LLC

7. Favro

Favro is a project management app for teams.

Favro

8. Flatiron School

Flatiron School uses a simple graphic and a free course worth $3,000.

Flatiron School

9. Front

Front’s ad appeals to support teams looking for a better way to manage their work.

Front

10. Fuel Cycle

Fuel Cycle’s ad promotes a content resource for how to create infographics.

Fuel Cycle

11. Fundrise

This ad from Fundrise targets real estate investors.

Fundrise

12. G Suite

Google’s ad promotes the referral program for G Suite.

G Suite

13. Grow.com

Grow.com includes a screenshot of its “Customer Acquisition Dashboard” to show users how their tool can be used to gain deeper insight.

Grow

14. Hotjar

Hotjar includes an image its tool works so users can see it in action.

Hotjar

15. Hubspot

Hubspot appeals to Facebook users by promoting its “100% free forever” CRM.

HubSpot

16. Human Interest

Human Interest uses simple: affordable 401(k) plans that are “half the cost of a typical 401(k).”

Human Interest

17. IDEO U

IDEO used this Facebook ad to promote an introductory class for design thinking.

IDEO U

18. Krit

This ad from Krit promotes its newsletter for startup founders.

Krit

19. Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure promotes a free e-book about cloud architecture.

Microsoft Azure

20. Microsoft Dynamics

Microsoft Dynamics uses its ad to attract HR managers interested in employee engagement.

Microsoft Dynamics

21. MicroStrategy

MicroStrategy keeps things simple by including a quick snapshot of its product interface.

MicroStrategy

22. Outbrain

Outbrain runs an ad promoting a PPC marketing webinar.

Outbrain

23. Pardot

Pardot’s ad promotes a lead generation guide for B2B marketers.

Pardot

24. Shift

Shift includes a graphic of its interface to let users know its tool is designed to manage multiple email accounts.

Shift

25. Slack

Slack uses a colorful, custom graphic to grab attention and lead users to its free e-book download.

Slack

26. Thinkific

Thinkific uses its ad to promote a recent blog post: “12 Ways to Promote Your Online Course Your Audience Will Love!”

Thinkific

27. Toptal

This ad from Toptal promotes a recent blog post about the history of design.

Toptal

28. WiseStamp

WiseStamp uses a Facebook ad to promote its email signature service.

WiseStamp

29. WordStream

WordStream entices Facebook users with a free guide: “Hacking AdWords (One Weird Trick That Could Save You Thousands).”

WordStream

30. WP Engine

WP Engine uses its ad to promote its latest blog post: “WordPress Mistakes Agencies and Their Clients Make (And How To Fix Them).”

WordPress Engine

31. Wyng

Wyng offers users a free ebook called: “The Best Interactive Marketing Campaigns of 2017.”

Wyng

32. Zendesk

Zendesk uses a simple image to get readers thinking about communication.

Zendesk

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Part 2: Mobile Facebook Ad Examples

33. 99designs

99designs uses a custom graphic and the text “there’s more where this came from” to quickly let people know they can have custom graphics created at 99designs.

99Designs

34. AdRoll

AdRoll uses a Facebook ad to promote a guide for Instagram advertising.

AdRoll

35. Bing Ads

This ad from Bing Ads offers a $100 advertising credit.

Bing Ads

36. BirdEye Inc.

Birdeye uses a simple graphic to capture the attention of businesses that need Google reviews.

BirdEye Inc.

37. CB Insights

CB Insights runs an ad featuring its special report: “The State of Artificial Intelligence.”

CB Insights

38. Close.io

Close.io uses a goofy image and a free download to grab attention.

Close.io

39. Culture Amp

Culture Amp uses a colorful custom graphic with a simple call-to-action (“Learn more”).

Culture Amp

40. Drip

Drip runs a Facebook ad featuring its free guide to eCommerce marketing.

Drip

41. EmberTribe

EmberTribe uses a case study in which they scaled a client to “$77,000/mo. Revenue in 30 Days.”

EmberTribe

42. GatherContent

GatherContent offers a list of questions to help service providers kick off a website redesign project.

GatherContent

43. Graphics Zoo

Graphics Zoo uses a stock image with text to display their pricing, money-back guarantee, and unlimited graphic design services.

Graphics Zoo

44. Help Scout

Help Scout keeps its ad simple by focusing on the value it provides: lower email volume, productive teammates, and happy customers.

Help Scout

45. IBM Watson

IBM Watson promotes a virtual summit, including a talk by Seth Godin.

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46. Justworks

This ad from Justworks uses checkmarks to highlight key benefits from its service.

Justworks

47. Leadspace

Leadspace run an ad offering a free download for B2B marketers interested in artificial intelligence.

Leadspace

48. Marin Software

Marin Software uses social proof to persuade Facebook users to click their ad.

Marin Software

49. Media Placement Service

Media Placement Service offers a free course for entrepreneurs, authors, and coaches.

Media Placement Service

50. Mint SIM

Mint SIM uses a custom graphic to promote it $15/month plan.

Mint SIM

51. Mira Screen Signage

Mira Screen uses a quick-comparison image to show the difference screen signage can make for a business.

Mira Screen Signage

52. Moz

This Moz ad features information about the company’s 30-day trial.

Moz

53. NeoReach

NeoReach promotes its influencer identification tool.

NeoReach

54. Optimizely

Optimizely uses a Facebook ad to promote a free ebook about reducing risk when re-launching a website.

Optimizely

55. Outgrow

Outgrow promotes its guide to interactive content.

Outgrow

56. Pardot

Pardot promotes a content asset highlighting recent marketing trends.

Pardot

57. Podia

Podia is a service that allows people to create memberships and online courses. Here, they try to appeal to content creators.

Podia

58. Prezi

Prezi uses their ad to explain why PowerPoint presentations don’t work and how their product enables users to create visual stories.

Prezi

59. Raw Shorts

Raw Shorts include a graphic of their drag-and-drop interface with the text “Make Animated Video Online” to entice businesses want to DIY their own videos.

Raw Shorts

60. Right Networks

Right Networks features a customer quote to catch the reader’s attention.

Right Networks

61. Shopify

Shopify use their ad on drop shipping to cater to people who want to make some extra money on the side.

Shopify

62. Shutterstock Custom

Shutterstock promotes its custom content service.

Shutterstock Custom

63. SiteGround

SiteGround uses their ad to promote their free “WP transfer” service to those looking to build a website.

SiteGround

64. Spotify for Brands

Spotify for Brands promotes its platform for audio advertisements.

Spotify for Brands

65. Sprout Social

Sprout Social offers a personalized demo of its service.

Sprout Social

66. Thumbtack

Thumbtack caters to businesses by promoting that they can find new customers without needing to pay a commission or subscribe to their site.

Thumbtack

67. Trademark Engine

Trademark Engine promotes that users can file a trademark online in “just 5 minutes” - an activity that can often take entrepreneurs much longer to do.

Trademark Engine

68. Tray.io

Tray.io promotes a guide to automation platforms.

Tray

69. Udemy

Udemy runs a Facebook ad promoting a course on growing an Instagram following.

Udemy

70. WalkMe

WalkMe uses social proof (“Join 1000’s of enterprises…:”) to entice Facebook users to click their ad.

WalkMe

71. Wealth Factory

Wealth Factory uses a custom graphic to grab attention and quickly illustrate that businesses can fix their cash flow problem with their service.

Wealth Factory

72. Workplace by Facebook

Facebook runs an ad for its Workplace by Facebook service.

Workplace

73. Yahoo Small Business

Yahoo Small Business promotes its web hosting service.

Yahoo Small Business

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