All posts tagged facebook ads

Ever wonder when you should be pausing an ad in Facebook ads?  Well I’ve got 3 rules I follow for a really sweet system I use to run my ads daily.  You login to your account each morning and follow this and you’ll be kicking butt with Facebook ads too.  If you want to see the scaling part, you need to register for my webinar now.  (That’s the other half of the equation.)  Click the link below to register for my free webinar now!

Click Here To Register For My Free Facebook Ads Webinar Now

Please post any questions you have in the comments below or join the Free PPC Coach Facebook group and let’s chat!  (There’s over 5,000 members in there right now).

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This is a great way to save time and energy by having Facebook manage your ads for you with their automated rules. They’re easy to create and in this case will run every 30 minutes automatically. You can relax after setting up your campaign because Facebook is going to watch over it for you. Check it out and please post any questions in the comments.

Enjoy!

Here’s the last webinar in the series!  In this one we talk about physical product sales and the exact system I use in my own business.  You can start from zero and make it work.  One of my favorite topics, (that I cover in the webinar), is mindset.  We all have doubts, we all have some kind of negative belief system that holds us back, I talk about how to conquer that.  Finally I covered the value of a coach or mentor.

I was happy to do this free series and so far we have raised over $2,000 for Cancer research through donations to the Terry Fox Foundation.   Enjoy the free training and I wish you all success in your Facebook Ads efforts!

This is week 3 of my 4 week training program. You can view the previous weeks right here on the PPC Coach blog.  In this hour long training sessions I finish up the local lead generation campaign and start the preparation mode for the physical product sales.  I do move pretty quickly through some segments but you can pause the video at any point and carry on while you’re doing your own campaigns.

Please post any questions or comments you have!

This is week 2 of 4 and in this webinar, Facebook Ads For Beginners, I think I went a bit too advanced to be honest.  I got some feedback saying people were getting a little confused and realized that I might have moved a bit too quickly.  I love doing these and teaching people and sometimes I get excited and want to show TOO MUCH at once.  So in this one I was showing ad account creation, page creation, funnel for the local yoga studio, ad campaign and I even created the video used in the ad right on the webinar live!  Looking back I should have broken that out into more webinars.  But hey that’s how you learn right!

So this one focuses on local business promotion, (lead generation), the next one is going to finish that up and then show some ecommerce methods that I use daily.  Oh and if you missed the first webinar, it’s here:

Facebook Ads For Beginners – Week 1 Of 4

Feel free to ask any questions in the comments or even better join the free Facebook group located here now!

PPC Coach Free Facebook Ad Group

See you in week 3 next Wednesday at 3:00 pm est.

Need some help with Facebook ads and not sure what to do?  What if I had a 4 week live training program starting up August 16th, 2017?  Would that help you out?  Well today is your lucky day!

Facebook ads for beginners is a live 4 week training program that I’m offering.  Even if you can’t make the live webinars, (every Wednesday at 3:00 pm est starting August 16th, 2017), you can always view the recordings.  I want to help everyone.  I usually launch a course on how to use Facebook ads but it’s attached to a platform such as Gearbubble.com.  This live training is different.  It truely is for anyone who wants to master Facebook ads.

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I was bored so I decided to document how I create successful Facebook ads using the 10 pack method. I’m using manual bidding on the purchase event for all 10 of these ads and the 4 videos below document my progress throughout one 12 hour period of time. Check them out and if you have any questions, post them in the comments or on our free Facebook group. Enjoy!

Video 1 of 4 :: Introduction

Video 2 of 4 :: First Update

Video 3 of 4 :: Pausing Ad Sets

Video 4 of 4 :: The Winner

As you can see I ended up with 3 ad sets left. That’s typical. Of those 3, 1 is definitely a winner and I am going to scale this budget over the next week or so. This is how you do manual bidding on Facebook. You don’t just launch ONE ad and cross your fingers. You have to launch lots of ads to find winners. That should be the key takeaway from this. Yes I used a purchase lookalike audience in these videos, but you can do it with interest based targeting as well.

Hope you enjoyed the walkthrough. I enjoyed doing it. Facebook ads can be conquered if you approach it with systems and methods like this one. This is one of several that I use in my campaigns. My suggestion is take what you’ve seen and create your own experiments as well. Then document them and it helps tremendously.

That is the million, (or multi million dollar), question! A lot of us Facebook marketers like to split up ad sets by individual interests and run multiple smaller ad sets. However is that the “right” way to do it? Sure it can work, it’s worked for me for years. But is Facebook telling us to do something different?

Have you heard of “learning spend” versus “optimization spend”? Well I hadn’t really heard much about it either. I knew Facebook runs a small test part of your budget to each ad you create in order to see how it performs, but know I wonder, how many ads did I create that I gave up on too early? How many were those small ad sets verus one big one? If I run one big ad set, how in the heck does that work?

I mean you can’t just throw good money after bad. So there must be a way to make it work. I currently have experiments running testing out some theories based on this video. The results so far are inconclusive but they just started running this morning! So let’s use what Facebook is telling us and see if we can make it work.

Check out the video, post any comments below and make sure you share this with your friends too.

Ever Wanted To Sell T-shirts, Hoodies, Mugs & More Online But Didn’t Know How? Well, I just launched a big, (11 module & 61 video), course on how to sell stuff online and then market them using Facebook™ Ads. It’s a big course. It’s a ton of training, but here’s the thing, I don’t know if it’s for you or not? So, there’s one good way to find out. I’m GIVING AWAY the first 3 modules FREE! Do these steps:

Step 1: Watch the video
Step 2: Click this link: http://ppc-coach.com/first-three-modules-free
Step 3: Get instant access 100% free to the first 3 modules, (that’s 14 videos)
Step 4: Decide if you want to pursue it or not after that

You are under zero obligation. You don’t owe me anything. I do this stuff daily. I’m one of the few people who actually practice what they preach. I’m super excited for you to experience my latest course so have at it! I figure this is the best way to show you what you can do without putting up any money. The course itself covers “print on demand”. That means companies exist that will print whatever design on whatever you want without you having to buy any inventory. They only print it when you make a sale. This is an awesome way for anyone to get started and make a decent living online. There’s guys doing millions using this method.

Creating the product using a print on demand platform is just one part of the puzzle though. The other is getting people to see what you made and buy it. That’s where the marketing side using Facebook ads come into play. Now Facebook can be tricky, I do not recommend going at their advertising system alone. I’ve been marketing online for years, (since 2007), and it took me a lot of my own money, time and effort to figure out a system the works.

Once you get all the puzzle pieces in the right place, you can have your own print on demand business running too. I use several companies but the one featured in my course is a huge company called “Teespring”. They print, ship and handle the customer service for me. They even take the order and pay me my share of the revenue! It’s a great business model. I have even had people get a TATOO of the design I’ve done on my own and I’m not even a designer.

Anyhow, if you’re interested in print on demand and using Facebook ads to promote your products, then jump in and view the first 3 modules and 14 lessons for free now. Go here:

http://ppc-coach.com/first-three-modules-free

See ya on the inside.

Manual bidding with Facebook Ads is a great way to scale your campaigns. The problem is it’s tricky to learn. This introductory video walks you through the basics of it. If you’re new to scaling Facebook ads then this is the perfect video for you. I explain what it means, talk about the main ways to do it and explain each one for you. You cannot scale ad campaigns with Facebook without manual bidding.

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