Just like you, I used to always feel just a touch of fear and trepidation when I pushed the “go” button on my Facebook ads.
After all, sometimes the ads worked REALLY well for me… and other time, well…it seems like I was just giving my money to Facebook for no reason at all.
And, I really feel bad for solopreneurs who are wasting money on ads that don’t work. Money that could be going toward improving your skills or growing your team.
But, you know what? Audience targeting doesn’t have to be that hard.
One day when I was getting ready to place another ad, I was talking with Jasper about your YouTube videos and how he uses YouTube title searches to get an instant read on what people are looking for.
So I used the Google keywords tool the next time I ran ads. And, you know what? My click through rate and relevancy (how well Facebook thinks the ad matches the target audience) jumped. And, my lead cost went down. Yay!
Hmmm…. I see why this process would work – did I just get lucky? So, I tried again. And, got some good results again.
Since then, I’ve been tweaking this process and have come up with a way to really effectively use Google and Facebook together.
If you are interested, I would pick this up soon. I’m rotating the hacks I’m offering as single hacks each week. If you wait I don’t know if this will be available or not.
My name is Meredith Eisenberg - the solo biz hacker - I love to scour the internet for new strategies and ideas - and then experiment to see which ideas really work. For the past 8 years, I’ve been helping clients overcome the overwhelm, stop spinning their wheels and create 6 figure and multiple 6 figure businesses based on their expertise. I love to learn and hold multiple online marketing certifications my most recent is the internationally recognized Online Marketing Manager certification.
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