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5 Simple Ways to Lower Your Paid Ad Costs #2199
August 26, 2022

In episode #2199, Neil and Eric share five simple ways to lower your paid ad costs. Tune in to learn how optimizing your creative team, constructing no-brainer offers, and making the most of your customer list can help you lower your paid ad costs and subsequently allow you to grow your business!


  • [00:20] Today’s topic: 5 Simple Ways to Lower Your Paid Ad Costs.
  • [00:25] Why you need to optimize your creatives to lower your paid ad costs.
  • [00:56] Discover how to make a no-brainer offer.
  • [01:37] Upload your existing customer list to the platform that you’re using for paid ads.
  • [02:10] Include more creatives into your rotation to spread the workload and combat ad fatigue.
  • [02:34] Be sure to include upsells and downsells as part of your sales strategy.
  • [03:09] That’s it for today! Don’t forget to rate, review, and subscribe to this podcast!
  • [03:10] Check https://www.marketingschool.io/jobs to see our job postings!
  • [03:24] Go to https://www.marketingschool.io to learn more!


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