Due to the recent Government announcements we believe it would now be irresponsible to offer our Missing Pet Search Team service or our media campaign service. Accordingly, we have suspended both services until the UK lock down has been lifted. We have taken this decision with a very heavy heart – we are acutely aware of the distress suffered when your pet goes missing, which must be even worse in this extremely difficult times – but we must all take whatever action is required in order to help each other. We can however still help you to get maximum exposure for your missing pet: Boosted Facebook posts to your area are a simple and effective way to reach a large local audience-

  • Increase awareness of your missing pet in your local area;
  • Increase engagement, encourage more people to share and comment;
  • Boost traffic and encourage others to see your post.
  • Why boost?

    Animal Search UK support a huge network of local lost & found Facebook pages. Our Facebook alerts are seen by over 350,000 people on Facebook every month!
  • Get maximum local awareness!
  • More views
  • More shares
  • More leads, and
  • Most importantly: A better chance of a happy reunion

  • What’s best- to boost a post for a day, or spread your budget across a week or more? This depends when your specified audience is active. If you boost a post for one day on Wednesday, but most of your audience is active on Facebook on the weekend, you may not reach the numbers required.

    First Impressions matter!

    It’s worth stressing the importance of a high-quality image or video. When a post is boosted, especially to our users, the image is the first thing they see. Your photo needs to be clear, well-lit and ideally show as much detail as possible, with a good face image and a further full body shot wherever possible.

    We can schedule posts when our Facebook page is busiest, 12-1 (lunchtime) and 6-7pm are the busiest periods in terms of engagement, although early morning and weekends also see higher traffic. Also keep in mind the timeliness of the content; if your pet went missing 3 months ago, due to time elapsed it may not get the traffic or attention you need. A week-long boost is fine, as long as it doesn’t spread your budget too thinly.


    Boost Options

    Small £18

    Medium £30

    Large £50

    Super £100


    Finally, you should be aware that in most cases the cost of social media boosts can be claimed on Pet Insurance under the advertising and reward section. You will receive a receipt by email after payment has been made which you can forward to your insurance company with your completed claim form.

    Share your pets details with

    Small Boost

    People

    Our Small boost package costs £18 and has an estimated reach of 3,000 people.

    Super Boost

    People

    Our Super boost package costs £100 and has an estimated reach of 7,000 people.

    These numbers are calculated using the average reach a post gets.

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    Digital Content (Facebook Boosts) can not be refunded after they have been made live.