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What do you do if you have a potential client who may not be quite ready for Facebook ads?

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What do you do If you have a potential client who may not be quite ready for Facebook ads?

So you have a great potential client and they've reached out to you and they're wanting to know how to run Facebook ads or how you can run their Facebook ads for them.

In a previous post I shared strategies that I like to use to look under the hood and determine if someone is going to be a great fit for our Facebook ad services. That's either via strategy session if they haven't run any ads before or doing an audit, if they have run Facebook ads. So either of those ways you get a good insight of their business, what assets they have in place and where they're at, whether they should, or shouldn't even be running Facebook ads at this stage.

I know a lot of people who have run Facebook ads and they haven't been entirely ready. They've just banged some stuff up and they haven't had pixels installed. They have just been sending people to whatever random pages and it's been like a bit of a hot mess.
But if you've used either of those strategies and you've gone in and you've looked at the assets that they have in place, then you need to be honest and give that potential client clear expectations of what you have seen and what results they may expect with their existing setup.

For example, in my elite ad manager program, we recently had a member who had a potential client and they didn't have the assets set up that you really need to run Facebook ads and didn’t even have the pixel installed.

You need to be able to track conversions on the thank you page so that when you're running ads for lead gen, you can tell Facebook, go out and find people who are likely to opt in. And if you don't have that pixel tracking in place, you can't run the correct objectives and Facebook can't optimize correctly for you.

So there's a few things that are not quite ideal in this situation. So what do you do when things like that happen? Well, don't sugar coat things. Give those real expectations that as you've discovered with the potential clients funnel, that here's an issue, here's an issue and here's an issue. And these really need to be resolved before we run Facebook ads.
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Because if they're not resolved, then we cannot do X, Y, and Z. And therefore your ad spend will not be as efficient as it should be. We will not be able to attract conversions and we will not be able to XYZ. So you need to lay that out very clearly. One so that your client is properly informed.
They're not Facebook ad specialists. They don't know the ins and outs like you do. So they need to be properly informed of the consequences of their existing tech setup. And also it's protecting you that if you do take them on board as a client, that you have exactly laid out that you haven't given any false promises, guarantees, or yeah we'll be able to get a hundred leads.

So if you do identify situations like this, where it's like, yeah, they're using a third party software, we can't put the pixel on it. So we can't track our conversions. You need to lay that all out. If the client were to say, yep, that's fine. Look, I'm happy to give it a go anyway, let's just see what we can do. Then you have two choices. One, you could either walk away. You could say, well, okay, that's great but unfortunately, I wouldn't be the best fit for you because it's essential to me that I get results for my clients. And therefore I need to be able to track and optimize your Facebook ad campaigns.

So walk away. There's no harm in doing that. And chances are, when you say no to something, something better comes along or option two is you can do it as a bit of a test if you are needing experience, if you are wanting to launch campaigns and such, you could just do this, but what you need to be very clear on then is that the client is a hundred percent informed of like, here's where we're going to have issues because we cannot do X, Y, and Z. So don't just leave that on a proposal or on a zoom call or on a telephone call, make sure if they are coming on board, that it is in your agreement that you would say, the client has been advised that with their current funnel setup, we cannot do this sort of tracking. We cannot do this. We cannot optimize our Facebook ad campaigns, which may result in inefficient ad spend, you know, lowly generation and XYZ. So it is all there in black and white in that agreement that they sign.

So that if in a month's time, everything seems to have gone over their head. They forgot you telling them this is what's going to happen. And they say, we're not getting any leads, what's happening. You can say, as it's noted in our agreement, the issues that were presented to you back when we started X, Y, and Z. And then once they actually see it for themselves and they go, Oh, okay. So, you know, this is what this all actually means.

Then they may say, okay, well how much for a landing page or okay do a landing page for me. And that's when you would say great I'd be happy to. I'll just get a price for you. That's not included in your services and is an additional fee.So make sure that if things aren't all set up properly and they still want to carry on anyway, you've protected yourself. It's all there in black and white. And therefore, if they decide that they do need to have that funnel, as you have advised them in the past that you charge accordingly for it.

So, that's a couple of things if they're not ready and if they're particularly wanting to get people off Facebook and be generating their leads. Now there are times where a potential client may not have website assets in place. But you can still run ads for them by running some engagement and video view campaigns directly on Facebook. It's what I share in my $10 a day client attraction code.
And that is where you are building up an audience, you're doing targeting, you're drawing in their potential ideal clients, and you're nurturing them. And you're creating a bit of a buzz around content pieces that you're then retargeting to that audience.

Now through that they can have people reaching out to them via messenger. They could be putting up the links that could be to their Facebook page for more information and various other things like that. So they can still be generating leads and sales by starting conversations with people who are engaging with them directly by a messenger.

I wouldn't have just Facebook as your one and only strategy. We want to ideally get people off Facebook over onto their CRM, over onto their email list, where they can communicate with them at any time so that if Facebook shuts down their page or shuts down their ad account, they can still contact them via email.

But, if they've already got that in place, then audience building on Facebook is a great way to combine with it. If they're building those assets, if they're getting them in place, you can start running ads for them by running those engagement campaigns and doing audience building. So then when the assets are ready, they've got that lead magnet or that webinar or whatever it is that they want to send people to.

You can be retargeting that audience and start directing them over to that lead magnet, opt in or their offer. The most essential thing that they're going to need beyond website assets and such is a product, offer or service that people want, and that people have already been buying. So they've been making organic sales just by being in Facebook groups or talking to people or via their networks, they need to have a product, offer or service that has been selling so that you have the best chances of being able to help them to promote it.

If they are just starting up, then that's a whole different kettle of fish where they need to really be investing in data to see if their product, offer or service is going to be selling. So if they do have something that has been selling initially already, then yes, you can support them with Facebook ads, either audience building, lead gen or if they don't have funnels in place, then they'll probably learn pretty quick that we'll need to get funnels in place, but you need to set those clear, honest expectations of where there may be limitations and issues because of this existing setup and make sure that's clear in writing.

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Do you have your business manager insurance policy set up?

Do you have your business manager insurance policy set up?

Do you have your business manager insurance policy set up? Hmm, probably not. So what is a business manager insurance policy, or maybe you're even asking what is business manager? Well, I'll take a step back if you don't know what business manager is.

Business manager is another sort of entity of Facebook. That is where the business stuff gets done. So you've got Facebook in your personal newsfeed, but over in business manager, that's something that you need to create. And that's typically, you know, when you're saying to Facebook, yeah, that I'm serious, that I have a business, I'm going to be putting money into ads.

And so over there in business manager is where you take care of business. You'll have your ad account there. You'll have your pixels there. You'll have your page there as well, most of the time. And there's other things like events manager and audiences, and you set up your payments and billings and stuff.

And when you're an ad manager, you'll have your business manager. And then when you get clients on board, they will share their ad account to your business manager. So that rather than you getting added to all these different people's ad accounts, you have your business manager, your clients share their ad account to your business manager, where you work on their ad accounts, they see everything that's going on in their ad account.

They still retain full ownership, but it's just where you access it via your business manager so that you can very easily jump between clients ad accounts and such. Okay. So that's what business manager is. Now most people will just set up one business manager and a lot of ad managers and ad agencies will have one business manager. But if there's anything that we've seen with Facebook, lots of things go on and there's lots of bugs. And one of the problems can be that your business manager, all your ad accounts might get shut down. Your ad accounts get shut down. Your business manager can also get shut down. Things can also happen like with your own personal profile, it may just be accidental,but it might be that your profile just seems to disappear on Facebook for 48 hours and you reach out to them and you get it all reinstated. But then if your profile is gone, then you can't access your business manager or do anything.
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So we need to set up some insurance policies. So that one, we protect our business. We protect our client's businesses in that we're still able to access their accounts and still be able to manage campaigns.
So what is a business manager insurance policy, it's actually where you set up a secondary business manager to use as a backup in case of emergency.

So what that will look like, you'll have your business manager that you will set up, you'll say business manager one. And it's your main business manager that you have shared with all your clients and such but business manager two, your insurance policy is one that you would get somebody else to set up. So just in case anything ever happens to your profile because then you wouldn't be able to access business manager one or two regardless.

So you have a trusted partner, whether it's a spouse or business partner that sets business manager two up. And then they can add you in there as an admin and then in business manager two, they'll have to create a page. You have to have a Facebook page. It will be claimed by that business manager that can just be like a default kind of page. You can just create one, you don't have to do anything with it. And it will have an ad account that will come with it also.

So that ad account can be business manager two ad account. So that's a backup ad account you can have for yourself. And when that is done you will be able to put some ad spend through it. You can share your page. Your page can go to any ad account. You know, it's not locked to any ad accounts. So your page can be added to business manager two. And then once it is, which is a very simple process. You can just run ads for a dollar a day engagement campaigns that are connected with the page. And therefore once you've got your ads going through there a dollar a day. You're putting some ad spend through and that'll open up some other features to business manager like being able to share assets between business managers, but also we need to put that ad spin through so that the ad account doesn't get disabled.

Because, you know, we've found that Facebook will disable ad accounts that have been dormant. Haven't been having any ad spend in six months or so they can shut them down. So just by putting that dollar a day through there, one, you're also building up engagement with page audiences as well, which you can use in your main ad accounting business manager one, but it's just keeping that ad account active.

So business manager two is where somebody else that you trust sets it up and therefore you can be added as an admin to it. So that in the worst case scenario, if your business manager does get shut down, you have another business manager, which your clients will be able to share their ad account then too. So they've lost access to your main business manager and therefore you'll be able to reach out to them and say hey, look, let's share to this business manager instead, it's all there ready to go. So they just need to say, okay, partner with this business manager and away it goes.

So another reminder or another thing to consider when you are setting up business managers and such is to turn on two factor verification. That's super important. What that does is that helps to make sure that your ad account has higher security, then not having it on because what can happen is if you have people in your business manager. So if you've got like a VA on board or some other people like your trusted spouse. And they don't have two factor verification on their personal Facebook account, they could get hacked. And what that means is if they get hacked,
they can get into your business manager, get into the ad accounts and launch some ads for some dodgy products at a thousand dollars a day, which is not a good time for anybody.

So that's why when you go into your business manager, go down to the security or settings and make sure you turn on two factor verification for everybody in your business manager. What that means is when they go to Facebook on a different device, or go back to Facebook now for the first time, they will need to set up two factor verification, but that's it. It's just a one and done process. They don't have to do it every time, just when they go on a new device and Facebook recognizes them. And that's it.

So two factor verification, very important for any business manager. So just to recap, you'll have your main business manager where you'll have your client's ad accounts all attached to, but then you'll have your backup insurance policy, business manager. That's owned by somebody else. And therefore it's got an ad account in it, which is running just a dollar a day ads, keeping that business manager in that ad account active. And if God forbid your business manager gets shut down and you've got clients that you're running ads for, they can then share their ad account with your backup business manager.

So that's just something to keep in mind, definitely something you need to set up. If you are running ads for clients, it is very important that you do have that backup in place and that you can keep running ads for your clients even if your business manager does get shut down.

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What is one of the best skills you can have as an ad manager

What is one of the best skills you can have as an ad manager, it may not be what you think. So being an ad manager, you probably think there were a lot of skills that are required, and yes there is. And you may think one of those skills is being a Facebook ad Ninja. Well, it is, but there is something that is even more important than being able to launch campaigns, measure the ROI, see what the click through rate is and optimize all the stuffs. One of the things that I've been talking with, and is it always something that comes back to me with the clients that I work with is communication.

You see a lot of people when they're working with ad managers, communication just falls off the person that who has been running ads just disappears. They don't hear from them or they have to, the client has to keep reaching out and asking questions and seeing what's going on, touching base to see if there is anybody still there running my ads and to get updates on what's going on. Now I get when campaigns go South sometimes you want to avoid those conversations.

You may not want to talk with your ideal clients or even when things are going really well. And you're busy with everything else. Sometimes the client communication can just slip through the cracks, which is a big mistake because it's, at those times when the clients start feeling like are they really giving my ads the attention they deserve or they really giving me the attention I deserve, I'm paying you to run these ads and all the negative thoughts start coming into it. Relationships are key to doing business.

When you communicate with your client, you are building up your relationships so that when things do get tough and admittedly they do with Facebook ads, not every campaign you launch is going to run out the gate and be 10 X ROI, a return on investment by the way. And so there will be ones that don't work. That's the name of the game. And when things don't work, it's being able to communicate with your clients and having that relationship to fall back on that they know that you've got their back because you're communicating with them.

That's, what's going to see you through and have a great longterm relationship because really the last thing you want as an ads manager is to be turning over clients every three months especially when you're working as a freelancer and you're working intimately with them. It takes a lot of time and effort to be onboarding clients all the time. . And then offboarding clients as well.

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You really want to be working with clients for the longterm and communication is a key to that. So one of the things that I do when I start working with someone is I will communicate with them every day for 14 days. Just give them updates on what's going on with their ad account. Even if not too much it's happened. You've just been researching like audiences before the campaigns launched, or you've submitted copy off to the copywriter. You would just say, Hey, just touching base. We've got some copy and I'm getting created for your campaigns. We expect to have that back by Friday. I'll send that through to you for your review and comments, easy as that they know something's happened or the next day we've been dialing in, we found some great audiences.

We've been doing a lot of research here and looking into your previous data on your ad account. And we can see there's some great opportunities. And when we launch these campaigns that we would like to try, . So just communicating every day, because that first 14 days is really like a honeymoon period where you're setting up the relationship and the expectations. .

If you take someone on board and then they don't hear from you in the first three or four days and they're thinking, what on earth is going on? I haven't heard, I guess they're . Is there anything that I should be doing? It puts some doubt in, so be on the forefront with communication and just be touching base. Then as things are progressing and you're running their campaigns, a weekly report is something that clients love. They don't all read it, and they don't need to know everything that you are looking at when you're running the campaigns, all the conversion rates and everything like that, just a summary of this is where, how much the leads cost. This is how much it was cost per sale. This is how many sales that we're tracking.
And this is what the landing page conversion rate is like. Um, these are some areas that we”re going to be continuing to try some, um, audience testing with, or loading in some new copy this week, just a summary then as well saying what's happened in this last week and what you're looking at doing this week, whereas things have gone South.

What you're doing to overcome that and get things up to speed again. . Communication is gold there in your weekly reports as well. Then also just each week, a touch base at the start of the week saying, Hey, this is what we're working on this week, X, Y, Z. And then at the end of the week, do a wrap up. Because when you are working from home, things can roll over into the weekends so easily and you really want to take the weekends off. ? You want that to be your time? Not only because we're here to have this work life balance but also so that you can refresh and you can come into it being creative again on Monday.

So do a wrap up at the end of the way saying, Hey, . So as we discussed at the start of the week, we've done X, Y, Z, just signing off for the week. Do you have any questions? . And then they see a chance to come in with any questions, yeah great these are awesome. Answer the ones that you can and get back to the ones that you can't. I'll get back to you at the start of the week next week, and give you an update on these other questions. . So that is a great frame of it and then also, if there is something that's underway or in progress, or that's being actioned, if you do daily updates, just I have my clients in a Slack workspace, their own Slack workspace. And I might just say, hey, we've started working on this today. Um, I'll let you know how that goes, or we're anticipating, we'll be launching these ads today or any other back and forth communication that's going on.

Then again, just like we have the wrap up at the end of the week signing up for the week at the end of the day, saying, , just touching base at the end of the day, we've got X, Y, Z going on. . Now the key to this when, if you have 10 or 20 clients,
yes, that's going to be harder for you. But what I encourage you to do as an ad manager, where you're charging a higher rate, so you may think you need 10 or 20 clients or 10 clients for example charging a thousand dollars. You need to get 10 to make 10,000 a month. Well, that's where, when you're a bit more experienced, I would be recommending you as an ad manager, be charging at least $2,000 a month. Plus a percentage of ad spent. So even $3,000 a month and percentage of ad spend. So obviously you don't need to have that many clients to break that 10 K Mark. So, charge what you're worth and communicating are a couple of big things.

So obviously if you do have more clients, if you are working with 10 or 12 clients, get a VA on board, have someone to help you. That's going to be essential, especially with your communications and everything in the back end. Now, with that, that's where I would also recommend that you continue the communications. It's that relationship that you're building with with your client.

You don't want to assign that to somebody else. You continue to communicate and have you a VA or someone else to support you, who could do those other things in the back end, such as taking the daily data. . That's something that you don't exactly need to do. You're looking in Facebook all the time. You just outsource it. Have someone who can come on board and they can put all the daily data in and the weekly reporting that will save you hours, that you can put back into communicating with your clients as well, to build those relationships and have a happy ongoing clients. And that's what we love as ad managers.

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Have you ever wondered how much you should charge as an ad manager?

How much should I charge as an ad manager? That's a question I get asked all the time by members of my inner circle and other ad managers that I've been coaching over the years. So how much should you charge as an ad manager?

Well, that's kind of a bit of a long piece of string. It depends on a few various options, like who it is that you serve and what your experience level is like. And also what your mindset is like as I've spoken with ad managers over the years, and they've really struggled with charging higher prices, a lot of it comes back to their own mindset and what they think that they're worth.

You see a lot of ad managers and a lot of people in general, they struggle with the thing called imposter syndrome. And it's especially true for ad managers. A lot of us can feel like we get our worth from the results that we get with our ads. If things are doing great, we're riding high and you have that confidence to charge more but if things aren't going well, then it's kind of like, gee, should I even give them a refund? Well, that's a whole nother kettle efficient something for a whole nother episode. But coming back to our mindset and realizing what you're worth as an ad manager is one of the biggest things that's going to help you to decide what you can charge as an ad manager.

And we'll circle back to that one shortly, but first of all, what should you charge? Well, there's going to be various different levels, obviously when you're just starting out, you're not going to be charging $3,000 a month. Hello? Sorry. No, if you're new to it and if you've got, you know the learner wheels on. It's really not, integrous, if that's such a word for you to be going out and charging these high fees, if you don't know what you're doing.

So initial stages while you're learning you charge appropriately and you make it clear to the person that you're working with, that, yes, I am fairly new to Facebook ads but if you are happy to give me a go with this minimal charge and I'll give you my all and you don't have to learn Facebook ads, I'm doing all that for you. And I'll be able to apply everything that I'm learning into your campaign so that you can get the best results possible. And they'll go sure, yeah, that sounds great. I don't want to have to learn them, so please go ahead, feel free and do it.

So for myself, when I started out and I wasn't quite sure what I was doing. With my first client, I got paid $12 an hour to run Facebook ads. It's a starting point. And you know, I'm very glad to have had that experience. I've worked really hard by the hours I would have put in it was probably more like $4 an hour.

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Because I just went above and beyond and seriously, that's sometimes what you need to do, especially when you're learning on the job as well. So you'll be putting in extra time to do that extra learning and then be implementing. So if you're starting out as an ad manager, hooray, kudos to you! Probably don't go with those thousand dollar marks.I would probably be benchmarking at a minimum of $500 a month to manage someone's ad campaigns.

And a great place to start is with a training program that I have for that, which is called the client attraction code. It's a fantastic strategy to help get you up and running with learning Facebook ads, as well as bringing great value to businesses. As they build audiences, you can go out, target their ideal client, start building that audience and be drawing them in and attracting their ideal client. So you can grab that over at jodymilward.com/tendollars. And that's a great place to start learning Facebook ads and offering that as a service to clients.

So from there though, if you have a client that is wanting to do lead generation campaigns,
that is someone who, or when they want people to opt in for a checklist or teach it or watch a webinar, then that would be a lead gen campaign. Now, in my inner circle, we had a couple of members recently who were working with clients who had like a $600 a month budget, which is not much wiggle room. It's about $20 a day.

So when you're doing lead gen campaigns at that level, yes, that could be something that you could again offer for like a $500 a month price point as you get to learn, because obviously that business owner, they don't have that big budget for someone to go all in spending, you know, $3,000 a month on their ads. They're just sort of starting out as well.

So it's a bit of a testing ground. So again, great place for you to learn but we need to make sure that the client would have those clear boundaries and expectations of like, well at $20 a day, we might get two leads in. We might get four, but there's a bit of testing underway. So when you are just starting out, don't overcharge and don't pretend to be something you're not, don't pretend to be someone who's been running Facebook ads for a long time.

You have all these case studies and success stories and stuff, be honest, okay, that's going to serve you so well in the long run. As you communicate with your clients saying yeah I am new to this. This is something that I'm learning, but I'm willing to do this at this reduced rate just for a little while, while you're getting your learner wheels off. And we can talk about increasing what your monthly retainer would be after you've, you know, worked with them for maybe a month or two and generating some results for them.

So that is a way you should be starting off as an ad manager and providing ad management services to clients and answering that question of how much should I charge? Now I know ad managers, who've been doing this for a couple of years. They know their stuff. They've gotten great results for clients, but they're still just charging a thousand dollars a month.

Now this is where I'm trying to teach them, educate them and show them that the value that they are bringing by running ads for clients and they're managing $5,000 a month ad spends they're generating leads and helping that business owner get sales and increase their revenue. So when you are doing that, when you are a Rainmaker for a business and you can do something,
that's helping them to improve their revenue, then you need to charge accordingly.

You are a very valuable asset to that business. And as you get the skills as you get the experience, and as you know what you're doing, then yes, charge a higher rate. And I'm not saying an hourly rate at all, go for a monthly retainer. And then that's up to you is how many hours are you going to do? I know for myself, I do put in a lot of hours and that's why like I charge a higher premium rate because as I like to say, when I kind of have a boutique style that I work with people it's very exclusive, very close. And so I give them the white glove treatment rather than the rubber glove treatment.

So when you're working and you have that kind of level of service, you can charge more and work really nicely intimately with people. And they know they're well looked after and well taken cared for. So if you're in that interim of like, I have just started out, but I don't have that confidence to be charging higher rates yet.

Look at what you've done. Look at the case studies, look at your own mindset, consider how you're viewing yourself. If you're viewing yourself as someone who is just, you know winging it and not getting results now, and then you need to look at your mindset and you need to, you identify that you have a very valuable skillset.

And by having that skillset, you're helping other people build their business. They need you! And so when you are a great ad manager, when you give it your all, and you do do your best, you are justified by charging those rates of what, $2,000 a month, $3,000 a month.

And then also this is where it's very popular with ad managers to either charge a percentage of ad spend on top of that monthly retainer, or possibly even a percentage of sales that have come in via Facebook. So you can see there, if you're charging $2000 or $3,000 a month and you work with a client that is, you know spending $10,000 a month and you're getting 10% of the ad spend so you get an extra thousand dollars. So you're rewarded for your hard work. What other businesses or careers can you get rewarded like that? Where it's like here, this is what I charge. And then I'm getting rewarded for my work. Sales, I know you get that with commissions but it's also a great benefit to being an ad and to be able to add that on because you're doing a great job and you should be rewarded for it.

Now you may be thinking most people can't afford to spend $2,000 a month for an ad manager. Well, if you have that conversation with someone where you are having a discovery call and you're seeing if they're a great fit for you and if they say, Oh, $2,000, I don't have that kind of money for an ad manager. Then they're not your ideal client. It's as simple as that. Some people will say yes, some people will say no. So what! You will find that with the rates that you charge, you will attract the right clients for you.

So if someone can't afford you, that's fine. You know, that's where they'll maybe need to go and hire somebody who is starting out an intern, so to speak. But if they're wanting someone else who is more experienced, then they need to pay for that service. And if they can't afford it, that's fine. You say, good luck. Look, I look forward to working with you at some point, when you are able in a position to be able to afford this management fee, that's it,

it's not the end of the world. There are millions and millions of businesses all around the world that you can tap into to offer Facebook ads as a service to, and between you and me, when you are working with people that are easy to say, yeah, sure. $2,000 a month. No problem, let's sign up! They're going to be sweet clients and away you go,it is possible.

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Are the riches in the niches?

They say the riches are in the niches or is that the riches are in the niches. The riches are in the niches, that's one way that I like to say, it's all I know how I'm going to say niche or niche.

Now it can be confusing aside from what actually is the correct way to pronounce it. What is a niche? What is that people might be talking about that you need to be zeroing in on especially as an ad manager so that you can work more effectively. Well, what that is is a niche is finding that area or that particular industry that you like to work with running ads for.

Now for me, I work with coaches and digital course creators. So I'm very familiar with lead generation campaigns, webinar registrations, email sequences, the whole shebang that goes into what it takes to have an effective online marketing strategy for a coach or digital course creator. Now there's a lot of different niches. You may choose that working with local businesses is a great niche for you.

You may choose that service providers like possibly mortgage brokers or insurance brokers could be a great niche for you. You might look at brick and mortar stores. Even shops like clothes stores could be a good niche for you or there's e-commerce, which is a whole nother kettle of fish, which is not my zone of genius. So we won't talk about that. But that is eCommerce is a great industry to be learning how to be an ads manager as well. So there's a lot of different areas.

Now, when you start out as an ad manager, you may not have a particular niche. You might just put it out there and drum up business from a variety of places. So for myself, I had some real estate agent clients. I had someone who was running a webinar that used to be a former CNN anchor. So that was very cool and a few different other sort of lead gen campaigns. What that causes then is possibly a bit of confusion as you're looking in different sorts of, you know, learning the backgrounds of, you know, what would make good real estate ad campaigns versus other campaigns for other various kinds of industries and niches. So you can be a bit scattered for lack of a better word in that you've got to understand this one, understand this and understand this. I mean, even with the coaching and digital course space, there are so many niches in there.

It could be working just with business coaches, with health coaches, you could be working with creatives. So there's other different specific niches that you could be working with just in the courses and the coaching digital course creation area. I think I said that all correctly. So lots of different niches.

How to run facebook ads for clients

Now, how do you choose one? Well, like I said at the beginning, you may just have a few on hand. And from there you can decide which ones that you'd like to work with and then look at targeting more people like that, so that you can get in front of them and attract them to you for your ad management services because you'll know the ins and outs you'll know some of their pain points and you'll know some strategies that can help them generate more leads with Facebook ads.

And that's what you can start putting out with your own ads, which I've done in another episode of online confidential, and how you could do that with my product, the client attraction code, that'll teach you how to do that brand awareness strategy. If you can put your knowledge and experience into some little ads yourself and get them out, target your ideal clients and draw them into you and they'll go, you know, exactly what I'm talking about. And so I need you to run ads for me because you know my audience and you know the struggles that I have as the business owner and they have as my clients.

So you may find a few different clients and then you'll zone in on one. Or perhaps another great way to find your niche is to look at your past experience. What passions do you have? Like for example, do you have a passion in like, I'm thinking of like little toy boats that you know, float around. So you've got some sort of hobby that you're interested in. Is there a market there that needs Facebook ads? If so, tap into that, you know, so like for a hobby store, yes. I'm sure they would love to get more clients. So you could be doing ads for hobby stores, right. If you're a musician, you could be doing ads for musicians, if you're an author and you're interested in self publishing, there's a lot of people who are interested in self publishing or putting the books out there.

So if you've got an interest or hobby, look at using that and with your skills and experience and again, knowing the pain points of your ideal client. How you can incorporate Facebook ads to overcome those pain points. So hobbies or interests, or past experiences, a great place for you to also be able to bring your skills to the table and your understanding to serve your clients even better.

Or if you don't have that, then it is a matter of just getting out there, working with a few businesses and seeing what really works well. Now, another thing to consider when you're looking at your niches is looking for ones that have high lifetime value customers. Where you've got ones that would just be like one off service, then you'll need to do a lot of lead gen campaigns.That is where you're continually getting people to opt in for something. Whereas, services that have a lot higher lifetime value. Like, you know, Medi spas are a popular one. Orthodontists are another super popular one. Chiropractors are another super popular area. So there's some solid industries or niches that you could go out to first of all, to be offering your Facebook ad services too.

And when they get a lead or a new client on board, they are worth thousands of dollars to that business. So if anyone knows the value of getting in new leads, it will be those kinds of sorts of businesses. So that's a great place to look at. And again, you're likely to have them in your own local area, perhaps you even go to a chiropractor, perhaps you go to dentist, they could be great places to tap into to start with, because you've already got a relationship with those businesses and say, Hey, I'm learning Facebook ads. How would you like to, you know, get some up and running and I'll charge you just at a minimal fee as I'm getting, you know,

my toes wet and learning this industry. Nothing like relationships to be able to help kick you, kick you off in the right direction. Even with that, if you decided that you're going to be an ads manager, and you're going to be running ads for clients, and you want some clients, then just even do a post on your Facebook page, or your personal profile, just say, Hey, I'm learning to run Facebook ads. If anyone's wanting to get some Facebook ads done, just reach out to me. I'm sure, you know business owners, or have friends who know business owners who would love to talk to you about running Facebook ads. Whenever I go somewhere where there are other business owners around, and I say, I do Facebook ads. I go, Oh, wow, I've got to talk to you. So it's a pain point for a lot of people. They know they need to be on Facebook, but they don't know how to run ads or even where to start. So just even a post on your page can help bring in some first clients for you.

And then that can help you decide who it is that you like to work with and who you want to continue to serve. So whether you say niches or niches, it's where the riches are, and it helps you to be more streamlined. And with your services for clients, when you really can dial into just one area, one industry that you're wanting to work with, you will be much more efficient for you, and you'll get better results for your clients as well.

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Facebook Like Ads

Facebook Like Ads….


Yeah….

 

There's a bit of controversy about that those because a lot of people dismiss them as a vanity metric.

 

First of all, I just want to make sure we don’t get Like Ads confused with people going to places like Fiver and giving them five bucks and getting a thousand Likes. Those likes are (C-R-A-P), which is not good for you in the long run because it's not going to create an engaged page, which is what we're doing with our Like Ads – we're investing into Facebook Like Ads and playing building relationship with our ‘Fans’


Many people think that putting money behind Like Ads, is just a vanity metric – to make your page look good.  However, Facebook love to keep people on their platform & if you're doing Like Ads that's one way of keeping them on the platform. They come and like your page & then you build the relationship with them on your page with information they will enjoy and engage with.  However some people complain, “Oh, Facebook isn’t showing my posts to anybody!  Do I have to pay to get it in front of my audience now?” Well yeah sometimes you do. But there's very effective ways of doing that with your page engagement selection of the ads – when it's just costing you half a cent, it can go a long way. Then when people will Like and Share it increases your organic (FREE) reach as it goes to your fans friends then all their hundreds of friends on Facebook etc, and you've got a huge organic reach.

Investing into Like Ads builds an audience on your page. An engaged audience. A targeted audience. So you need to do your research in Audience Insights, know which pages your ideal students are Liking and engaging with and then, invite them to like your page as well.   You do your Like ad, they Like your Page and start engaging with your posts. Then, as I said, when they engage with your posts, it spreads like wildfire to all their friends.

Granted, Likes on your Facebook Page is rented space. What we ideally want to do is to get people from our Facebook page over onto our email list. That's something that we own and we can communicate and we can talk with them any time we like.  But you've got to develop a relationship because I don't know about you, but how many times a day do you see things coming up in your newsfeed saying, “Sign up here. Sign up here. Sign up here.” You don't know who they are. You sign up and then your inbox is full. Facebook is an awesome way where you can keep the engagement, keep the conversation going with people where you stay front of mind, so that when they do go into their inbox that has 693 emails that are unopened, they'll see one from you and they'll open that one. Which is another really important reason to get people to Like your Page – to stay front of mind, be relevant and engage with them.

As I said earlier, Facebook are really loving it when we keep people on the platform. The strategy of doing a Like ad and then Boosting posts to them which could either be promotional posts or engagement posts as well, will be much cheaper than if you just try and do website conversions. The Facebook advertising platform is getting very, very competitive. Facebook have actually said that they're going to be running out of ad inventory halfway through this year. Don't panic though. They're looking at other ways that they can incorporate ads. Have you seen Messenger ads or sponsored posts in your Facebook Groups?

 


But back to Like Ads, (I'm sorry, there's just so much in the world of Facebook ads isn't there?)

 

ike Ads are a very effective way to build an audience, build trust, build relationship, and when you look at it, it might take a bit of working out to find a sweet spot for your Like Ads. If you can get them down to twenty cents a day or less, that's awesome. It's going to take some tweaking and testing like all Facebook ads do. You're going have to find your audience and find the message that they want to hear, that's really going to resonate and connect with them. But when you do hit that sweet spot and you've paid twenty cents or less, then, when you do want to do website conversion ads, the fans of your page are likely going to be much cheaper than cold audiences.


Facebook fans of your page are a warm audience that will often convert at a cheaper price when you're making an offer for them to buy or opt-in.  They will often convert at a cheaper price than a cold audience. There is real value in Facebook Like Ads. Don't just dismiss as a vanity metric. They're not. An audience on your Facebook page is very valuable. Sure it's a rented asset, you don't own it like your email list, but it's the progression. We're not just shouting out to people we don't know, “Hey, come and sign up and join my list.” It's like going on a first date and expecting to jump into bed together. No, there's a bit of courtship involved and that's where Like Ads are really good for you to get people to like your page, build that relationship and then go off and get married and sign up on the email list.

 

Investing into Facebook Ads is playing the Long Game with Facebook marketing.  Those who are focussing on the short play of Conversion ads and just wanting to sell products rather than build relationships with their audience are the once who will be left behind in the ever changing world of Facebook Ads.

 

If you want to want to work smarter, rather than harder with your Facebook Marketing, I have a small number of openings for 1 on 1 Strategy sessions.  This could be the key to propel your business further, faster than you could have imagined.  Run over now to secure your session  https://jodymilward.com/strategy

 

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How to use Facebook Live as part of your video Marketing Strategy

If you are tired of creating Facebook posts that nobody sees (painful isn't it!) then you NEED to be using Facebook Live and video on your Facebook Page – it’s ‘crackalackin'! You can get ten times the reach of a normal static post by changing and doing a video post.


The two types of video that we're going to be talking about is Facebook Live, (oh my gosh, it is huge, you need to be doing it!) and video posts. I know some people aren't quite up to going live yet and that's cool. You'll get there.

Facebook Live. It is hot to trot! There is no doubt Facebook loves it. You may have even seen ads for Facebook Live around the place.

Facebook Live Video Marketing Cheatsheet
Download your Facebook Video Marketing Cheatsheet

 

Why do you want to use Facebook Live?

  1. Like I said, Facebook loves Facebook Live and they're going to reward you for going Live on Facebook by pushing your livestream out into people's newsfeeds.
  2. People are likely to watch your Live stream videos three times longer than just a normal video post. That’s a very important metric to Facebook who sees that longer viewing means it is an engaging video therefore we're going to show it into more people's newsfeeds. That is going to improve your reach and your engagement because also….
  3. People are ten times more likely to comment on a live video. Not only are they watching your lives three times longer, they're ten times more likely to comment. Again, that's an important engagement metric that Facebook looks at and will improve your organic (free) reach long after you've pressed the finish button on your Live Stream.

That's why you need to be using Facebook Live. If you're not confident in it yet, there's a simple hack that you can do. That is, when you put the details in and when you're ready to go live, you'll see that there's a little button just over near your picture and it will say “Public”. If you just tap on that and say “Only me”, then that will show your live only in your newsfeed. How is that? You can practice without worrying about anyone else having to see. It can just go live straight to your newsfeed.

You can have a few practices but promise me, promise me, you won't be hard on yourself. You won't look at it and go, “Oh, I'm no good. I'm just going to give up 🙁 ” Don't do that! Watch it, see how you could make things better and critique yourself constructively and then try again.

Another great hack for practicing would be to create a group with a couple of trusted friends that you can all be in and go live. Therefore, you do have an audience so you can talk to them, you can interact with them, they put comments in, so you can actually get a great feel for what it's like going live and having an audience. They can also go live in the group as well. It's a win-win.

That's another great way to practice going live, is to either do it privately, just to yourself, or create a group with some trusted friends and get the whole experience there.

Facebook Live is a really, really powerful tool for your marketing strategy. It's something that if you're a coach, a consultant, an author, a speaker or if you have a skill or hobby that you're wanting to share with the world, your ‘particular set of skills’, then you need to be doing Facebook Live. You really do!

Another way, to use video in your Facebook Marketing Strategy would be to  do a video post to your Facebook page. That would be where you could record yourself so you can get comfortable in front of a camera (if you’ve got a good camera on your smart phone just start with that), but you have the added bonus of being able to edit it. When it comes to editing, you could just use the simple free tools like iMovie for Macs or Movie Maker on Windows. Nothing big and complex. That's all you need to be able to edit your videos, cut it down to something nice and upload it directly to Facebook – that’s the important part.  Facebook will reward you with greater reach by uploading your videos directly to the Facebook platform (ie. NOT via Youtube) by putting it out into people's newsfeeds, getting greater reach and such.

Now, another option for your video marketing is, instead of doing static image quotes, you can create them in a video with tools such as Ripl.com or Animoto.com.  They're tools that are so easy to use and they can create fantastic, gorgeous looking video graphics that you can put on your page. You will see that you will get a far greater reach by uploading these as videos than just a normal static post.

 

Facebook Live Video Marketing

 

I’ve created a Facebook Video Marketing Cheatsheet, which gives you tips on how & why to use Facebook Live and tools that you can use to create a normal video post. In the Cheatsheet, there's an example where there's a static post that had about 119 people reached, and then a Facebook Live that had 1,117 people reached.  That’s an increase of 838%

That is just the kind of impact that using videos in your posts are making. That is massive, free, organic reach.

But wait just a second…. Here’s the kicker…

Facebook is building an audience of everybody who has viewed your videos. Not just one video, not just two videos, all videos. While these are going out into newsfeeds, getting free organic reach, Facebook is building an audience of everyone that's viewed them and that is really powerful. There is nothing like video to build up the know, like and trust factor with your ideal client, or your potential students.

That is a massive win. They're getting to know you, like you and trust you. Then, when you're wanting to do some Facebook ads, you've got a warm audience there already who have watched your videos which is going to reduce your costs to acquire a new lead or customer because you're not targeting cold traffic who don't know you from a bar of soap.  This ‘warm audience’ will be more likely to give you their email address when you ask for it.

So not only are you getting the massive increase in free reach, Facebook's putting all of your videos out there, and building an audience for you!

Oh my gosh, there's just so much gold in Facebook videos at the moment. When you've got a video that has seen massive reach, that has done really well, that people have commented with, you can put just even $1 a day with a Facebook Ad to get it out to a bigger and bigger audience.  Getting people to see your videos and build an audience for pennies!  Which again, will be building an audience that then you can retarget with the next step in your Facebook Marketing Funnel.

If you're not using Facebook Live or Videos already, or you're doing them half-heartedly, you really must to incorporate it into your marketing strategy. You will be amazed at the sudden jump in increase of reach that your page will get and the engagement that will come. It really will breathe some life into your Facebook page. You're going to love it!

Get your FREE Facebook Video Marketing Cheatsheet that has all of this information and more, tools you can use, how do you use Facebook Live, why to use Facebook Live, and how you can also create video posts and tools that you can use. Click here and grab the free download and incorporate video marketing into your Facebook Marketing Funnel – it is powerful. Powerful!

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3 things I’ve learnt in generating over $2 million dollars with Online Courses

Now, you probably think to make over $2 Million in Revenue selling online courses, my clients are big-gun online marketers….

Let me just tell you now, they are not.  You don't have to be a big guru with a huge marketing budget. One of the keys to having a profitable online program is to start where you are with what you've got.

 

By implementing the 3 strategies below and consistently put in the time and effort, you too have the potential to make a very generous living selling your online program to a global audience.   We're in a happy, happy place in time right now with technology that is available to us.

 

Pro-tip #1: Facebook Ads

One of the keys I've learned for my clients creating $2 million in revenue with their courses is to know how to produce converting Facebook ads. Facebook are an ATM Machine (yes I know that means Automatic Teller Machine Machine – but that's what we say right!).

My clients have generated these sort of sales just using Facebook ads. That's the kind of results you can get when they are done right. When they're done wrong, well that’s when people say, “This doesn't work, I give up!” My advice to you is: don't give up!  Keep testing and trying!



Where many people fail with Facebook ads, is that they don't know their audience.  This is ESSENTIAL to your business – full stop!  You need to know your audience.  And when you do, and you do your data mining in Facebook, then you're on track for some sweeeeeeet, low cost, high converting Facebook ads that bring in sales.   You need the right audience – which you have because you've done your research on Facebook, you know where they're hanging out and you target your ads to them.

 

Another part of successful Facebook ads is the right message. You got the right audience, and then you need to have the right message that's going to be speaking to them. So that your Facebook ads are resonating to them, it's identifying the problems, it's identifying solutions for their problems and it's striking a chord with your potential students. The right audience and the right message are two of the KEYS for successful Facebook ads.



Pro-tip #2: The “Landing Page”

Now, when you're investing in Facebook ads you're going to be sending the people who ‘click' on your add to another web asset (like your website_ to take further action.  In the case of online programs, a very effective strategy is to send traffic to a Landing Page.  This is a page specifically designed to offer the potential student a sliver of information from your online program that want to know – therefore give you their email address in return for that information.  You don’t want to be sending them straight to your homepage, you don’t want to be sending them to some sort of random page where there are multiple things to click on and take their focus away from the action you want them to take.  Also your landing page needs to reflect the ad they clicked on that sent them there.


It's like you've got on a plane to Thailand.  When you arrive, you expect to see Thai writing on the wall when you get there.   If you get off the plane and see Swahili written all over the wall you're going to turn around, get back on the plane and go talk to the captain!   That's the same sense of expectation we want with our Facebook Ads to our Landing Page.  It's got to have the same ‘ad-scent’. When people look at your ads and click the link on your ad, they need to go to the page that reflects your ad. It's got to have the same sort of image, it's got to have the same headline, it's got to compliment what's being said on the ad so that when they get there it is a natural progression. The ads pique their interest and the landing page is where they're thinking, “Yep, I just want this information.”


So you need a landing page that compliments your ad with one call to action. You've got to be precise and you've got to be clear, that's why you don't want to send people to a home page or another page that's got all widgets and banners down the side, or ads and banners all over the top (unless you're sending your audience to a blog post  – like this 🙂 ).  Your potential students are thinking, “What do I do? I don't know what to do, I'm outta here” and they bounce off your site and back to Facebook. So have a clear call to action – clear and concise. You can just copy the headline over from your ad, copy the image over from your ad, and then just have a couple of bullet points.





Another thing to keep in mind, is millions of people only ever access Facebook on their mobile device, so make sure your website is mobile friendly.  


That's why we keep it short, and when they have gone over to the landing page on the mobile, there's not a lot of scrolling, not a lot of things to look at, it's right there in front of them. ‘Tap, here's my email address, give me the information”. That's the next part, the third part that is a key for profitable online course, is the follow up series because really, the percentage of people that come over to your site and are ready to buy for the first time is really, really low, like 1%.  People that don't know you from a bar of soap generally aren't really ready to pull out their wallet and spend $500 or $1000 on a product.


Pro-tip #3

One of my clients generated $350,000 in sales in just seven weeks, selling a $997 info product. Not bad numbers hey? Now, do you think all of those sales came from straight off the bat on the first visit or direct from their webinar? No.  This is where Email Marketing comes into the equation.   


Your email campaigns are where so many of your sales are going to be coming from because emails provide you with an opportunity to build up a relationship with your potential students.  They'll sign up for something that piques their interest – ‘Okay, great, you've got some information that can help me solve this problem, I want to know more about it!’  So they sign up and but there’s a voice in their head saying, “Okay, so why should I trust you? Why should I invest my money into you? Why should I listen to you?”


That is where your Email series can help provide value (even though I'm really disliking that term at the moment. Everybody is out and they're saying, “Provide value, provide value” and lot of people are saying, “Well what is value? How do I provide value? Break it down for me.”) Providing value is giving them information that's going to help them solve a problem or achieve a solution to their problem. That's one of the ways that you can provide value.


Again, it's knowing your potential students, that through your email series you can speak into them.  That's where you're bringing information to help them, establishing a relationship, building the know, like and trust factor. It's such an important part of a profitable online program.


From there it's a natural progression.  People will start to see you as an authority, they will start to respect, they will start to trust you. Then, when you offer them a solution with your paid course, they're more likely to say, “I’m in!”.   You've given them a free offer from the landing page and then you've developed that relationship, and your authority through your email marketing.


From there, that's when sales will generate and really kick off and you will be building up a tribe of ambassadors who know you and love your program and then when you have another program to release, they're the first in line to get it from you. They’re raving to their friends about the difference that your course has made in their life.




So that is the three keys that I've been using, continually learning and tweaking to achieve over $2 million in sales with my clients and their online programs. Yes, Facebook ads are powerful! No doubt about it! But, before you invest into them, you need to have your landing page set up, you need to have your email series in order.  Otherwise if you're just doing the Facebook ads without these other pieces in place, you're not going to get such effective sales coming from them. It's part of that system.  You need a system in place to be able to promote your online course.


I do actually have a free infographic that helps map it all out for you. You can go to… 

https://jodymilward.com/fbfunnelflowchart  

…to get your copy to download.  That's going to help you get a visual like, “Okay, so these are the steps I need to do to create a Facebook Sales Funnel.” From there that is the foundation to putting this all together to get your online sales system working like a machine for your online courses.


Click here and grab that free flowchart to help you get that visual, and map it all out, and then think of how can this apply to your business, where can you improve it? Improve your landing pages, improve your email marketing, and from there, finding your audience, getting your message to your audience, honing in on where they are and what are their pain points. That's when you're going to start to see awesome results from your marketing efforts for your online programs.




I’d love to chat with you LIVE on my Facebook Page when in bring you some of the latest tips to help you build your business and sell your online courses.  Click here to Like my page & get notified when I go LIVE!


Jody

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How To Leverage Facebook’s New Page Engagement Audience To Rapidly Grow And Scale Your Business – Part 1

Excellent news!

Drum roll!

Facebook has just launched the new Page Engagement Audience, and this is a game changer, and today I can’t wait to share with you how you can take advantage of this new feature to grow and scale your business.

On the other hand, we're also going to be talking about whether or not you're ready to do Facebook Ads. Watch the video or read more about Page Engagement Audience below:

I love helping business owners get their online marketing just right. So, today, like I said, amazing news that has come out from Facebook. If you are an online marketer, or if you know someone who has an online business that they're wanting to get up and running, share this with them.

Feel free to share this out there.

You are going to love this information, particularly about the new custom audiences of Page Engagement. It is huge. It is a huge opportunity for businesses. That's what Facebook does, really well, is that they are always refining, they're always tweaking.

There is no greater place that you can get a more targeted audience than on Facebook.

They are doing great things for us as business owners. It is in their best favor to provide such a great platform to advertisers and businesses who will spend money with them to make money.

That's what we're all about here. We're not just wanting to gamble on our Facebook ads, we're wanting to have a strategy, which leads to the 2nd part of today's topic.
We're going to be talking about are you even ready to do Facebook ads. Feel free to share.

First topic is the new Facebook.

You would go into your Ads Manager to audience, custom audience, then it will be the bottom one that says Page Engagement. It will be a blue box around it that says “New”. Not everybody has this yet but it's exciting for those who do. Because, this is a great, great way to re-target a warm audience.

Now, we're going to be creating warm audiences that we can re-target to.
Re-targeting is huge, okay? Re-targeting is a game changer for businesses and it gets your prices right down when you're targeting to warm audiences.

Warm audiences are people that already know you and are a step closer to you than those opting in or to purchasing your product.

These are people who have visited your page, so that's awesome, because a lot of people … They'll come check you out, visit your page and then never come back in. This is an opportunity to get back in front of them.

It will also include people who have engaged with any of your posts or ads. If you've done ads before and you've done maybe conversion ads or like ads, or even post-engagement ads, where people have maybe just clicked, shared and moved on. This is a great way that you can get back in front of them.

Previously, they were just gone and lost. Now you can get back in front of them.

You can also include audiences that have clicked on any call of actions on your site, so you know on your page. So, if you've got a button that says, sign up, join, whatever, learn more. These people that have already expressed an interest in your ad, will be able to get re-targeted with your ads.

Also, people who have messaged your page. That can be huge because a lot of pages are getting a lot of messages. People are clicking and just sending request because it's quicker than emails, isn't it?

If they send off an instant message to your page, they are expecting a reply. A lot of pages get a lot of messages. You're able to target this audience in your ads as well. It's phenomenal.

People who have saved any of your page posts. So, if you've got content that you're putting over on your page from other pages and people have saved that for later, that's also going to be in your audience.

The new Page Engagement Custom Audience is a fantastic feature for marketers. That's something that you really want to get onboard with.

So, before we even go there, we need to ask, are you actually ready to do ads?

While this is all great and exciting and everyone in business knows that Facebook is where you need to be because that is where the people are, more than any other platform.

When they're standing in line at the bank.

When they're traveling at home from work on the bus.

They're on their phone and most likely they're on Facebook checking in to see what their friends are doing. That's when you've got an opportunity to get in front of them.

Now, I've got a little story with regards with that and the re-targeting. So, it does all tie in with our Page Engagement Audience. My husband's parents have just come up. We live at the coast and they've come up for a couple of days.
She said, “I was looking up hotels, motels up here OF where to stay and I clicked on one and the next thing you know, I'm seeing ads for this Holiday place that I'd just clicked on.

They're following me around, how did they know my information?” It's like, they don't really know your information, but the cookies, or whatever it is, knows your IP address and knows that you've visited their site.
So, they're re-targeting to you which is awesome. That's what our new Page Engagement Audience takes that to a whole new level.

That power of re-targeting to people who have seen your ad and then you're standing out to them again, even more. I'm sure all of us have seen these at this stage.
That used to just be available to the big boys, okay. But, anyone can do it. Anyone can do it now. You know, right?

Superbowl … Huge. 114 million viewers. It's like, that is mind boggling. For a 30 second ad for Superbowl, it cost five million dollars. That's huge money.
So, Doritos, or whoever it may be, spend five million dollars for a 30 sec ad to 114 million people which might include the 90 year olds who don't have teeth to chew the Doritos with, or something. It's just out there. It's a brand awareness that's going to a huge audience, it's not all your ideal client.

Now, Facebook … You can do video view ads to increase your brand awareness as well.
Target your ideal audience for just one cent. You can get one cent video views. How massive is that? You can just spend one cent getting to your ideal client and get a huge reach. You don't have to be spending big bucks on Facebook ads to get your brand known and to increase your leads and sales.

But, if you don't have a strategy in place, if you don't have a system in place then you are just gambling with your Facebook ads. With the money that you're putting in, you don't know what you'll get back because you don't have a system.
So, if you're just randomly sending ads out saying buy this, buy this, hoping they will come back and by, then that's really not the smart way to be doing your Facebook ads. You need to have a strategy in place.

I'll be FB Live at 9am Thursday (Qld time) / 3pm Wednesday PT where I'll be talking more about Sales Funnels and how to use them to bring in leads and sales in your business.  You'll be able to watch and ask me any question you may have about your funnel.  Here's the link to join me  https://www.facebook.com/JodyMilwardbiz/

Look forward to seeing you there 🙂

Jody

Thanks for joining me today, I hope you have a great one and I'll see you next time.

Talk soon.

Jody

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