I TAUGHT MY 100TH PARTICIPANT
I would like to begin this blog post by telling the whole world that I TAUGHT MY 100TH PARTICIPANT.
I could not have imagined that I could do it when I first started my first Make Your Own Facebook Ads workshop back on 29 August 2015.
Since then, I have met, shared and helped numerous business owners through workshops, personal consultations and coffee sessions.
Agnes Hoon is my 100th workshop participant.
OVERCOMING THAT FEAR...
The No. 1 FEAR that most business owners have when comes to Facebook Ads is actually making them.
Am I doing it right ?
They realized soon enough that making Facebook Ads is actually easy. With a good understanding what each option represents and what it does, their confidence increased and that fear is gone.
Understanding what each Facebook Ads metric stands for and what it means actually, they now can identify which Facebook Ads they run, are the successful ones. Capitalizing on them, scaling them up and reaping the benefits of successful Facebook Ads.
WILL I LOSE MONEY ?
Brutal truth is YES.
YES, if you cannot identify which Facebook Ads that is not successful.
In my workshops, I would always shared that instead of using the word LOSE, replace that word with TEST.
We need a certain amount for TESTING our audience sampling.
HOW DO I DO THAT ?
Simple. Your first $25.00.
Your first $25.00 MUST always gives you 50 engagements OR link clicks. If your Facebook Ads can't give you that results, that particular Facebook Ad has a bad audience sampling and you must stop it.
Duplicate the same campaign and run it again for another $25.00.
After running and managing Facebook Advertising budget close to $50000, this simple technique helps me to have a higher chance of success rates for myself and my clients.
Now, I want you to try it for your own Facebook Ads.
Here, I would like to take this opportunity to thank those who attended the 14 July 2018 - Make Your Own FB Ads workshop.
14 July 2018 will be a date that I will never forget.
Thank you to all of you who have been supporting me in my journey. The way I look at it, I could have made this far without you.