4 Things You Must Do Before Running Your First Facebook Ads
Don't even think about Facebook ads...until you do these four things!
How many of you have been told that the answer to your problem of getting more clients and customers is Facebook ads? 🙋🏻♀️🙋🏽♀️🙋🏼♀️While Facebook ads can do great things for growing your business… you’re simplifying throwing your money away if you don’t do these things first.
1. Have an offer/product/service that converts people
You have to show people that what you have is worth spending money on. If you don’t do that, you’ll be wasting your time! You need to have a compelling sales page or product listing that get potential customers interested.
2. Address all of their objections
When someone visits your page, they will have reasons why your product won’t work for them. Show them why it will by disproving their objections, either subtly or directly, on the offer page.
3. Show your viewers the details of the products you offer
This could look like videos of people interacting with the product to show interested customers how it will work in their lives. It could be a visual representation of all of the digital items the product includes. You can also sprinkle testimonials from past purchasers who have overcome their objections and used the product with a lot of success.
4. Allow your audience the ability to connect with you
Be invested in the social media pages you run. The interactions boost your credibility and help your audience gain trust with you. Give your listeners ways to connect and contact you so that when they are ready to buy, the purchase feels even more personal.
You would clean up your home before having guests over, right? So before inviting traffic to your website through Facebook ads, do a clean-up of your business pages. Set yourself up to thrive by following these tips!
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