How to Spend Your First $100 on Facebook Advertising

September 20, 2016

Facebook advertising is a hot topic of discussion right now. Some people love it, and some people hate it. 

 

If you have run Facebook ads in the past and didn't see the results you wanted, then this post is specifically for you. Or, if you are brand new to Facebook ads and are looking to generate more leads and make more sales online, then this post is also for you.

 

Over the past several months I have learned a lot about the 'Do's' and 'Don'ts' of Facebook advertising. I've done some things right, but I've also done A LOT of things wrong. 

 

Now after several months of experimenting I have put together my best advice to getting started with Facebook advertising. I am currently spending several thousands of dollars each week on Facebook advertising and am able to turn a profitable ROI on that investment.

 

So if you're brand new to Facebook advertising or if you're just struggling to see any results, then here is exactly what I'd do with your first $100 on Facebook...

 

1. Split the $100 in half - $50 & $50

2. Take the first $50 and shoot a video (Facebook LIVE or normal video) a day for 10 days. Boost each one of those videos with $5 targeting your ideal customer.

3. Take the other $50 and set a daily budget of $10/day for 5 days and send people directly to a landing page to generate leads.

4. Everyone who Liked, Commented, and/or Shared your Videos and your Ads, 'Invite' them to Like your page to grow your following

 

That's it! When I tested this strategy just a couple of weeks ago I was able to turn the $100 I spent on advertising to well over $1,000.

 

In the video above I dive a bit deeper into the strategy of everything I just shared with you in case you want some more details.

 

What do you think? Are you going to give it a go this week? 

 

Comment below and let us know what strategies you have used that have worked for you... 

 

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