In episode #870, we count out 7 Facebook Ad tips. Tune in to hear some lucrative Facebook tactics.
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- [00:27] Today’s Topic: 7 Facebook Ads Tips For 2019 & Beyond
- [00:38] 1: Eric’s team starting running Facebook and Instagram Story ads. Original cost per acquisitions was $8-9, but now it’s at $4-5.
- [01:00] You can make quick videos, because they don’t need to be well-produced.
- [01:30] 2: Make your own content, do not use a professional photographer.
- [02:11] Self-produced content converts better.
- [02:33] 3: Use Many Chat or any chat program.
- [02:55] Try to get people to converse on Facebook Messenger.
- [03:44] 4: When you collect a Facebook lead, send them to a Schedule Once page.
- [04:05] This is a great way to schedule calls with leads.
- [04:22] 5: Direct Heroes Instagram bots are great.
- [04:55] 6: Test out different ways to generate sales.
- [05:15] 7: Share and promote content.
- [06:10] That’s it for today!
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