Learn how to advertise on Facebook with workshop:
Facebook Advertising – Learn how to advertise on Facebook in just a few minutes with business coach and Facebook Marketing Expert Nick Unsworth, CEO of the Business Coaching company, Life on Fire!
TOPIC TAGS: Facebook Advertising, Facebook Ads, How to Advertise on Facebook, How to Market on Facebook, Social Media Marketing, Facebook Marketing
Facebook advertising can appear to be complicated and expensive. However, in this quick video, you’ll learn that is far from the case.
Watch as Nick walks you through exactly how to set up your first campaign on screen using Facebook’s ad platform. This includes, how to set your target audience, how to set your bid, and tips on making your ad convert well.
Getting your targeting right is one of the most critical parts to making your ads successful.
Pay close attention to that part of the video!
And, let’s not forget how important it is to choose the right image and right copy to make your ad stand out and make it compelling (so people want to click on it).
Nick also covers why you must make sure you ad will displayed in the mobile newsfeed.
Discover what precise interest targeting is and why you’re likely going to want to use it often in your Facebook advertising.
And, learn how to upload your email list if you have one and why you would want to run ads to your own email list as a custom audience.
As with anything marketing related, you’re always going to optimize and test your ad campaign and marketing funnel. No matter how well your ads are performing, A.B.T.!
Always Be Testing!
There may be small tweaks you can make to reduce your cost or increase your conversions.
If you follow Nick’s proven Facebook advertising system, you can get likes for pennies, clicks for under a dollar, and leads for a few dollars or less.
Nick has built two six-figure businesses using Facebook advertising. He sold the first business in 2013 for $500,000.
Enjoy the video!
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