228: Facebook Ads 101 for Freelancers and Bloggers

Note: Click here to download Kamila’s top Facebook ad tips and strategies from this episode.

Kamila Gornia is the “Blow Up, Scale Up” Marketing Strategist who helps entrepreneurs blow up and scale up their businesses to become true leaders online.

And often that means helping them reach a broader audience on Facebook.

If you’re a freelancer or blogger, Facebook Ads could be a way to grow your business faster. With the social network closing in on 2 billion active users, no matter what you’re selling or where you’re selling it, odds are your target customer is on Facebook.

Whether you’re new to Facebook and setting up a business page from scratch, or you’ve run ads before, Kamila shares tips and advice to help you turn your ad campaigns into a positive ROI.

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Learn:

  • The prerequisites to be aware of before starting a Facebook ad campaign.
  • The type of Facebook ad Kamila says is a total waste of money.
  • How to select an audience that will engage with your ads.
  • What custom and lookalike audiences are.
  • How to decide which type of ad to use.
  • What makes a good Facebook ad and which ads convert better.
  • When is the right time to change or renew an ad.
  • How much you can expect to pay per lead using Facebook ads.
  • Kamila’s #1 tip for Side Hustle Nation.

Links:

Download the Free PDF Highlight Reel:

Click here to download Kamila’s top Facebook ad tips and strategies from this episode.

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5 thoughts on “228: Facebook Ads 101 for Freelancers and Bloggers

  1. Good stuff, Kamila. Been a dabbler with Facebook Ads and abandoned them for some projects, but your overview sparked a few ideas and I think i’ll have to revisit.

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