Attract nurture and convert your ideal customers
Facebook, some of us love it, some of us hate it. But there’s no denying it’s a powerful marketing tool, both for ourselves and our clients.
But one area that still bemuses many of us is the dark art of Facebook advertising. We know from experience that randomly boosting posts has very little impact!
So today we’ve invited my friend and business buddy Loren Bartley to talk all things Facebook advertising.
She’s going to give us the low down on how to create successful Facebook advertising campaigns that will deliver clicks and customers.
Tune in to learn:
- The five key elements of a Facebook ad
- The general structure of a Facebook ad including character limits
- Whether it’s worth promoting your existing posts
- Tips for writing Facebook ad headlines
- Magic words that help drive more conversions
- How to use graphics effectively
- Questions from Becky Brown, Lisa Kneibe, Liz Green and Dean McKensie
- Loren’s top tips and resources
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Loren Bartley is a social media strategist, speaker and consultant. She the Founder and CEO of digital marketing agency, Impactiv8, as well as being the co-host and producer of the top-rated podcast, #BusinessAddicts.
Loren’s superpower is creating Facebook Ads that attract, nurture and convert your ideal customers. She is on a personal mission to help remove the overwhelm, confusion and headaches that many businesses experience when it comes to Facebook Advertising by teaching you how to implement those strategies that work!
Loren, thanks for joining Belinda and Kate to make this whole thing much more understandable. It was encouraging to find our two Hot Copy podcast hosts ALSO have questions in this corner and were so honest about that. I’m a proofreader but subscribe to this podcast because there is always … and I mean a-l-w-a-y-s … something anyone in any business can take away and learn from. (Yes, I ended that sentence with a preposition :->) Thanks to all of you for your time and information.