Spent $1,600 on Facebook Ads and This Happened

In this video, I review my Facebook Ad Campaign which targeted Website Conversions. In the future I’ll run 2 more campaigns targeting link clicks and lead captures and see which campaign goal produces the best results.

The goal today is to show you that Facebook Ads take time, money, and lots of split testing to find what works for your business. Just creating general Facebook ads probably won’t be profitable.

You’ll instead need to target specific groups of people with Facebooks detailed targeting capabilities and find which audience group is most profitable.

I’ve already learned alot spending $1,600 in the golf niche as far as which ad sets work best for my products, which ad copy, which ad image, etc.

Stay tuned for future updates as I continue to tweak my system until I get it profitable.

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I’m Nick Foy, founder of AskNickFoy.com where I teach others how to start a profitable blog, grow an audience, and start earning income online. I also enjoy investing in real estate flipping houses and managing an apartment building I bought at age 22.






2 responses to “Spent $1,600 on Facebook Ads and This Happened”

  1. Nick Foy TV Avatar

    Subscribe if you want more facebook ad case studies. Also, learn how to get free website traffic using Pinterest. I have over 30+ training videos students love. Check out this program..http://asknickfoy.com/profitable-pinterest

  2. Michael Lavigne Avatar

    If you’re struggling to gather the money you need for ads, courses or subscriptions just hit me up in my DMs I’ve got a side hustle for you. 200-500+$ per week easily. IG : michael.lavigne

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