When you’re just starting out as an ad manager, you might not feel super confident about charging a higher rate for your services before you’ve got some runs on the board and successfully managed client ad campaigns.
Even if you’ve been managing ads for a few years and you have long-term clients, making the decision to increase your rate can be nerve-wracking!
So how do you know when it’s finally time to increase your rate?
And what do you need to consider to make sure you hit your income and lifestyle goals without burning the candle at both ends?
I dive into 3 big reasons why properly pricing your ad management services is so important on today’s episode of Online Confidential, where I take you behind the scenes to talk about Secret Ad Manager business.
Lead form campaigns may help to bring in lower cost leads, but they’re of no value to us or our clients if those leads are not converting or if they’re not even opening the emails. They have, in the past, copped a lot of slack because people can just tap-tap, and they’ve opted in, but they have no recollection of what they’ve even opted in for. In this article, we’ll discuss three ways to get the most out of your lead form campaigns so you can generate quality leads! First, we’ll discuss lead optimization. Next, we’ll dig into retargeting. And last, we’ll talk about checking your CRM data and then discussing what steps you can take from there in order to maintain quality over quantity.
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