Smart Marketer Podcast

A Solid Strategy For Your First $1000 In Facebook Ads

by Molly Pittman

If you’re tight on cash and in the early phases of your business, every penny counts, and you need every dollar to work for you! Even the huge E-Comm brands that we often talk about on this show – they had to start from somewhere, and most started from scratch. In this episode, Pepijn Hufen looks back at his humble beginnings and shares what he would do if he were starting from square one again. He breaks down exactly what he would do to launch Meta Ads with just $1000 in budget so that you can have a simple and smart plan to follow. Whether you’re starting out, starting again, or testing a new product idea, this episode will give you clarity and confidence on how to proceed.
You Will Learn:

  • How to maximize your chances of success with a small budget
  • The Four Components That Make Facebook Ads Successful
  • The Easiest (and fastest) way to find Good Interest Audiences

 

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Time Stamps:

01:00 Let’s Dive In: Everybody Starts Somewhere

02:32 “And that is the benefit of direct response advertising. You start with a small budget, but you can get momentum. You can get a feeling if your Product, your offer, your messaging has something to it, and if you can actually acquire customers with it.” Pepijn Hufen

05:33 First, Let’s talk about your Product.

09:24 The best advice regarding sales pages, product pages, and pre-sale articles.

11:25 How to set up your Ad account.

14:23 Where to start with your Creatives.

15:34 A few notes about Ad Copy.

17:15 What to do when you launch your 32 Ads.

18:23 Watch these metrics.

22:25 In Summary.