I’ve always had a complicated relationship with Facebook. There is so much noise and distraction that comes with it – tons of notifications that greet you when you open it, the crazy videos that can turn into a time suck. But love it or hate it, you definitely can’t ignore it.
Especially when it comes to Facebook ads, nothing beats how zoomed in and focused you can get with your audiences. If you’ve been thinking about diving into the world of Facebook ads or if you’ve already started to get your feet wet, tune in as I share a few tips to help you get started.
I discuss how targeting is essential, how you can drive traffic to your free content plus why measuring and testing is everything so you can make the most of your ad budget.
When it comes to Facebook ads, there is definitely a learning curve that comes with it but once you have the basics down pat, they’re totally worth your while and can absolutely make a difference when it comes to building your business.
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- When it comes to targeting, start with the people who are already visiting your site.
- Cheap leads aren’t always quality leads.
- The Facebook newsfeed is a busy place so you’ll want to use an image or video in your ad that disrupts people’s scroll and grabs their attention.
- One tip to keep in mind when it comes to testing is to always keep 5-20% of your campaign’s budget aside for testing.
- Much, much more!
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