How to determine how much money you should be spending on your Facebook ads? We’re going to use some simple math to help you make that decision. Once we’re done, you’ll be equipped to workout a profitable Facebook marketing plan and budget. To arrive at your final value, there will be 5 easy steps. 1. What is your Facebook goal? 2. Calculate […]
The golden rule for optimised conversions does not exists. People are different. So what do you do? Try out different titles, images, colours and discover what works best or create landing pages catering to each segment of your target audience. Thus rest assured that every available spot is covered and giving you the best possible result! You can do this with zero coding or […]
Many of our clients find Facebook advertising very confusing. One if the things coaches, in particular, get frustrated by is tracking their conversions and setting up their Facebook Pixel. The thing is that even thought these pixels might sound complex, they make Facebook advertising much more effective. Do you get a lot of clicks on you ad? Do many people end up on your landing […]
Who are your clients? How old are they? Where do they live? Are they men or women, what is their income? The first and the most important questions you should ask yourself before even starting to set up your Facebook campaign.
How to choose the audience who’ll see your ads, click on it and sign up for your webinar? There is no magic here. Facebook offers a wide range of targeting options that will help you find your niche!
With Facebook’s massive user-base exists a load of marketing potential. It has been found that Facebook has directed more traffic than even Google to some websites. That is definitely something to mull over. By targeting the right interests, behaviour and job titles you can talk to people who don’t even know they need you yet. This gives you the opportunity to share valuable and relevant content to them. […]
It can be overwhelming trying to market your webinar when marketing isn’t your profession nor your interest. Well, it turns out it doesn’t have to be all so nerve-racking.