Congratulations! You are seeing some success with your Facebook ad campaigns.
It’s time to find new audiences like the ones that are converting and cut back on those that aren’t. The Perpetual Traffic experts (Keith, Ralph and Molly) will show you five ways to scale and optimize your successful ad campaigns in this episode of the PT podcast.
Bree Argetsinger (A.K.A. The Betty Rocker) is back to talk about how she’s taken her business from organic Instagram advertising to Facebook’s video ads. At the end of Bree’s 3-Part series, she had a great educational video on her landing page that she wanted to turn into a Facebook video ad. She turned it into an ad and started running it… and Facebook disapproved it. Facebook’s ad policies have tightened leading to a major increase in the number of disapproved ads and — even worse — banned accounts.
In this episode of the Perpetual Traffic podcast, the Perpetual Traffic experts (Keith, Molly and Ralph) discuss how you can “Facebookize” your content to create helpful, educational, and compliant ads, as well as establishing your own business voice while observing what others in your market are successfully doing.
Graham English started building websites and learning digital marketing techniques to promote his rock band. Today, Graham has turned his passion for music into profitable digital businesses in the music industry.
Over the last 24 months, Graham has grown his business over 400% using the repeatable process he shares in this episode of the Perpetual Traffic podcast.
Derek Halpern of Social Triggers joins Keith, Ralph and Molly to reveal his method for building blog traffic using both organic and paid methods. Derek has built a massive following (and email list) on Social Triggers by creating curiosity based content and layering conversion based content with retargeting ads to complete the customer journey. Look out at the 25 minute mark as Derek, Keith, Ralph and Molly recap the Social Triggers traffic strategy and provide a tactical example you can apply to your business.