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"Facebook Marketing All in One for Dummies" co-author and online entrepreneur Amy Porterfield shows you exactly how to monetize your online marketing and blogging efforts using her own tested, ACTIONABLE lead generation strategies -- so you can successfully launch and promote a new program, grow your email list, get more leads, build your authority, turn your customers into raving advocates OR simply find the time (and mindset!) to rock your social media and content marketing. From creating an online course to video marketing, webinar recording, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, new content creation (including eBooks, guides and cheat sheets) and email marketing, Amy is going to reveal what works (and what doesn't) once and for all. Why? Because after an awesome, inspiring stint with Harley Davidson and Tony Robbins, Amy figured out what she really loves: helping small business owners like you break down BIG, powerful strategies into step-by-step actions…so you can see BIG, powerful results, fast.
September 15th, 2016
Episode 132 of 159 episodes
Are your Facebook ad questions piling up? Do you feel like the deeper you go with Facebook ads, the more questions you have? Well, I’m here to help! And, with me today is an audience favorite, Facebook ad expert, Rick Mulready. He joins me on my podcast frequently and has given my audience some amazing success with Facebook ads. So, listen in because we are answering questions that we have heard from MANY of you. This week we tackle big questions about organizing Ad Sets, specifics on targeting and also how to analyze your latest ad campaign (aka: what do all those numbers really mean?!). Here’s a look at what we are answering today: How many ad sets are best for each ad campaign? Should I combine smaller ad sets? Are there benefits to how many you have? (Rick’s answer to this one is VERY detailed and actionable!) When targeting people who like a certain Facebook page, should you also narrow the audience if you want to target specific types of people? Or, should you let the ad copy do that for you? (Such a good question!) What do all the numbers mean when reading how your ads are doing in the power editor? How do you know your ads are doing well? What am I looking for? (We get this Q a lot and I love how deep we go with it!) When selling high-priced programs or products, what should my strategy be and what type of sales funnel will get the best results? (We include TONS of examples with his response!) Also, Rick is hosting a free webinar TODAY at noon Pacific/ 3 p.m. Eastern and TOMORROW at 9 a.m. Pacific/noon Eastern. Rick will talk about how to create an automated system that brings in sales and leads everyday for your online business using Facebook ads. Sign up for his free webinar to get all of Rick’s awesome tips and tricks for Facebook ad funnels! Links mentioned in this episode: Register for Rick’s Free Webinar Ad Spend Calculator Podcast, Episode 123 Rick Mulready’s Episode 100 Rick Mulready’s Episode 101 Podcast Details: Click here to download the transcript of this week's episode. Click Here to Subscribe via RSS (non-iTunes feed) Save Save Save Save Save Save Save Save The post #127: How to Organize & Analyze Your Facebook Ads appeared first on Amy Porterfield.
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