A few months ago, I published a blog about the lessons on investing in yourself while passing by NAIA-X. I mentioned there that I came from Jomar Hilario’s Masterclass, so I am going to talk about that now on this post. The said Masterclass is Copywriting 101. Since I have an experience in creating landing […]
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After my consultation with the VA 202 Facebook Group, I decided to test the following in Optimization and Pricing: 1. Website Conversions 2. Optimized Cost Per 1,000 Impressions (oCPM) 3. Interests Targeting I decided to use the very first ad that I uploaded on Facebook Power Editor. Anyway, it seems that Facebook did not really see
Although I am happy with the results of my second Facebook Ad, I was still wondering about its results. So I thought of creating a third Facebook Ad. For the third round, I decided to change the photo and make the headline in Filipino. I again relied on Pixabay for the photo and Canva for
I still could not figure out what happened to my first Facebook ad. As I have mentioned in my earlier blog, I did not receive ANY notice whether my ad was disapproved or not. Moreover, since Facebook’s Power Editor confirmed that my Facebook ad was uploaded and completed, I thought it will start running as
I scheduled my first Facebook Ad to run for three days. After three days, I braced myself for the results.
After creating the Facebook ad in Canva, I started working on the landing page and autoresponder. It took me some time to work on these. Good thing it was a chilly day. Had it been summer, my sweat would have been all over the keyboard.