I am back with another quick tip episode. These episodes have tips or strategies you can use to help you grow your online business so you can have a bigger impact and increase your revenue in the process.
If you have been using Facebook or Instagram ads to fill your live launches for a while now, the ad strategy that you've been using is probably not going to work the same going forward…
It might for some of you, but it’s likely not going to for most of you.
There are some big changes happening, so I am sharing why this is the case and what you should be doing differently in this quick tip episode.
It doesn’t matter if you do webinars, live training, live challenges, or anything else in between, you’re going to want to make sure that you understand the best way to run your ads.
There is a lot that goes into ad strategy, but the most important thing to focus on is your testing. You should be testing your audience, your ad format, and your messaging.
I hope this episode is helpful for all of you, and I hope it encourages you to take a look at your ad strategy and change it accordingly.
I want to invite you to apply for my accelerator coaching program. My team, community and I will help you take your business to the next level without working harder or longer. This is for those of you that are already making $7-8k per month in revenue! If that sounds like you, we are accepting applications for my 12-month program at rickmulready.com/accelerator!
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