On today’s episode of the Art of Paid Traffic, I welcome back my friend and previous guest, Ryan Masters, this time to talk about YouTube ads.
I’ve been getting a lot of requests to cover YouTube ads again because it’s been quite a while since we’ve covered it.
Ryan is all about keeping paid traffic simple and his expertise is in Google AdWords, which is what we talked about the last time I had him on (in episode #28).
Over the last few years as AdWords has gotten more expensive and competitive, though, he’s branched into other forms of paid traffic including Facebook and YouTube ads.
He’s also the traffic guy behind one of the grandfathers of PPC, Perry Marshall, who is also a previous guest here on the show (episode #27).
Today, Ryan covers 3 paid YouTube traffic strategies that are crushing it right now…
And we also start off with an interesting conversation about how to decide if paid traffic is right for where you’re at in your business.
Video Version Of My Interview with Ryan
Sample Proven Video Ad Script
Are you tired of not knowing where your next lead or sale is going to come from for your business?
Heard all the success stories of Facebook ads but have no idea where to start?
Hey, I’m Rick Mulready, creator of The FB ADvantage training program and host of The Art of Paid Traffic podcast.
Imagine if you had constant leads coming into your business every day, just like Mary does, without having to spend a lot of money.[cut to client testimonial]
It all comes down to having a simple system with Facebook ads and I’ve got a free webinar training coming up where I’ll be teaching you this exact system plus 5 ways to lower your Facebook ads costs.
On the webinar, you’ll learn XYZ benefits.
If you’d like to attend this free training, just click the button you see on the screen here or the link in this post and you can grab your spot.
I’ll see you on the training.
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Links & Resources Mentioned in this Episode
Ryan’s website: ryanmasters.com
I use EasyWebinar for my automated webinars. Check it out: RickMulready.com/EasyWebinar